Jamies, Groveland Court, The City

Location and opening hours

Jamies
Address:
Jamies, 5 Groveland Court, The City
London  EC4M 9EH
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7248 5551
Cost:
Expensive
Opening hours:
  Monday 12 noon–11 PM   Tuesday 12 noon–11 PM   Wednesday 12 noon–11 PM   Thursday 12 noon–midnight   Friday 12 noon–midnight
Parking:
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Buses:
4, 8, 15, 17, 21, 25, 43, 56, 76, 100, 133, 141, 176, 243, 344, 388, 521
Trains:
Bank CNT DLR NRN W&C, Barbican CRC H&C MET, Blackfriars CRC DSC, Cannon Street CRC DSC, Mansion House CRC DSC, Monument CRC DSC, Moorgate CRC H&C MET NRN, St. Paul’s CNT

Jamies is a chain of bars that tend to have a bright, modern, welcoming atmosphere which is particularly popular with people working in media. There is a large champagne list as well as an extensive variety of wines and beers. This branch is a cosy and intimate bar situated just off Bow Lane that can cater for private parties of up to 80 guests upon request.

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Burger & Lobster is an American restaurant in Bread Street, less than ¼ mile from Jamies

Kurumaya is an expensive Japanese restaurant at 76 Watling Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides air conditioning, bar, disabled access and sells vegetarian dishes

Bow Wine Vaults is an expensive restaurant in Bow Churchyard, less than ¼ mile from Jamies. Off Cheapside, you will find this quaint restaurant, serving wholesome British food with an extensive wine list. Catering for private parties of up to 100 guests is available as is pavement seating.

Taberna Etrusca is an expensive Italian restaurant at 9-11 Bow Churchyard, less than ¼ mile away. Taberna Etrusca is a popular bustling Italian restaurant in the heart of the Square Mile. The menu is traditional and wine list extensive, with a long list of daily specials served within a very Italian decor.

Ping Pong Dim Sum is a mid-cost Chinese restaurant in Bread Street, less than ¼ mile from Jamies. Ping Pong's first restaurant opened in London's Soho, architect David Marquardt and brand designer Niclas Sellebraten having developed an interior architecture and style that is contemporary yet respectful of the traditions of dim sum cuisine. Combining a sense of relaxed order with warmth and comfort, the restaurant possesses its own distinctive atmosphere, yet at the same time defines the ideal of the modern dim sum restaurant everywhere.

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Local pubs

Williamson's Tavern is in Groveland Court, less than ¼ mile from Jamies

The Fine Line is in Bow Churchyard, less than ¼ mile away. It provides on the river, a food menu and serves real ale

Ye Olde Watling is in Watling Street, less than ¼ mile from Jamies

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