The Coal Hole is a London pub at 91-92 Strand in Charing Cross, London.
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There are lots of other pubs and bars nearby:
Adam Street Club is in Adam Street, Charing Cross. It is less than ¼ mile from The Coal Hole, and offers air conditioning, seating area. Favoured by agents, publishers, writers and freelancers (who can use the club as their office)... more
Nell Gwynne Tavern is in Charing Cross, London. The Coal Hole is less than ¼ mile away. Popular with theatre luvvies, locals and office workers, Nell Gwynne is an intimate venue with a deep red decor that serves a variety of drinks a... more
The Porterhouse is in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. It is less than ¼ mile from The Coal Hole, and offers food, live music, TV for sporting events, vegetarian dishes, real ale, outside seating. The Porterhouse is renowned for the wi... more
The Maple Leaf is at 41 Maiden Lane in Covent Garden, London. The Coal Hole is less than ¼ mile away. The Maple Leaf is a pub with a Canadian theme to it. With its maple wood furnishings, maple leaf flags and a traditional Englis... more
Here are some restaurants close to the pub:
The Savoy Grill is a cheap place to eat in Savoy Court, Charing Cross. It is less than ¼ mile from The Coal Hole pub. Its menu serves International food
Salieri Restaurant is a restaurant at 376 Strand in Charing Cross, London. The Coal Hole pub is less than ¼ mile away. Salieri Restaurant serve a variety of authentic Continental and vegetarian dishes at their restaurant. Catering fo... more