Nicholson’s Pubs are known for their individual style, exciting stories, and charming personalities — and The Globe is certainly no exception.
With its elegant rococo exterior, you could call The Globe the social hub of both Moorgate and London Wall, and you wouldn’t be wrong. The building sits in a prominent position at the junction, running along the line of a Roman Wall. It’s also situated close to the original site of notorious Bedlam (Bethlem) Hospital for the enthusiasts of London’s rich and varied history and pub quiz masters.
There’s space for everyone to explore each room’s distinct and unique ambience and atmosphere.
During the 19th Century, there were in fact 30 pubs in London called ‘The Globe’ – of course, our particular Globe has always been unique!
Did you know: The famous poet, John Keats, was also born in a stable next door? Quite the claim to fame!