Recommendation by Lemi
The Jerusalem Tavern, housed in a building from the 1720s, exudes charm with its peeling wall paint, scuffed wood flooring, and abraded tables. The pub is tiny, which means you’ll need to call on Lady Luck to snag a seat inside (especially the coveted spot by the open fire). On the bright side, the side street makes it possible to drink outside with friends. The tap house is the only London outlet of Suffolk’s St. Peter’s Brewery, so expect a wide range of fruit- and whiskey-accented ales.