OLD TEA WAREHOUSE
4, 5, 6 Creechurch Lane,
London EC3A 5AY
With 2 pool tables, 3 TVs, great food and drink, this pub has everything you could possible want.
The site of the Old Tea Warehouse is surrounded by religious history and can be traced back as far as 1592, where the Creechurch Monastery once stood. Indeed it is said that upon renovation of the site, old bones were found and the original East India Co Tea Warehouse was believed to be built on a graveyard. Located in EC3 which was the original City of London, often referred to as the Square Mile, The Old Tea Warehouse was converted into a pub from an East India Tea Company Warehouse in 1996 and rumour has it that tea was found in the floorboards, used as insulation!
|High definition TV||3 Dimension TV||Sound||The bar serves food|
|Outdoor garden||Outdoor TV||Animals welcome||Secret DJ Available|
|WiFi||Family Friendly||Projector Screen|