The Blue Anchor, Bromley High Street, Mile End

Location and opening hours

The Blue Anchor
Address:
The Blue Anchor, 67 Bromley High Street, Mile End
London  E3 3EN
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 8980 3276
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 12 noon–11 PM   Tuesday 12 noon–11 PM   Wednesday 12 noon–11 PM   Thursday 12 noon–11 PM   Friday 12 noon–11 PM   Saturday 12 noon–11 PM
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Trains:
Bow Church DLR, Bow Road DSC H&C, Devons Road DLR, Bromley-By-Bow DSC H&C, Pudding Mill Lane DLR

This pub has real ale, sports events on the TV, vegetarian dishes, a food menu, outside seating.

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Bow Bells is in Bow Road, less than ¼ mile from The Blue Anchor, and provides real ale, a food menu, a DJ, sports events on the TV, dart board, quiz nights, outside seating

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