Mon - Thurs 11.00am - Midnight
Fri - Sat 11.00am - 1.00am
Sun 11.00am - 10.30pm
A city institution in the heart of Bishopsgate, Dirty Dick's was established in 1745 and is steeped in history; it is thought that its namesake was Dicken's inspiration for Miss Haversham.
Set over three levels, this idiosyncratic, deeply traditional pub is crammed full of strange and wonderful artefacts, which will keep you engrossed for hours.
But let us distract you with offers of a full range of Young's award winning beers as well as Bombardier, and a selection of top quality lagers to compliment our tempting menu of traditional and satisfying fayre. Well worth the deviation from nearby Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Petticoat Lane!
All this, and only minutes away from Liverpool Street Station: perfect for a pint or two to prepare you for the joys of rush hour.