Nicholson’s Pubs Collections is proud to unveil its latest establishment, The Bunch of Grapes, perfectly situated in the heart of the City of London at the corner of Leadenhall Market.
This exciting addition to the Nicholson’s family promises to be a quintessential destination for Londoners and tourists alike, offering a unique and inviting pub experience.
There has been a pub present on this site for nearly 500 years and the current building dates back to the Vitcorian times.
Located just a short four-minute walk from Fenchurch Street railway station, The Bunch of Grapes is easily accessible via various tube and train stations, including Monument, Bank, London Bridge, Moorgate, and Liverpool Street stations.
Its central location makes it the ideal rendezvous point for friends, colleagues, and families looking to enjoy exceptional food, drinks, and the warm ambiance that Nicholson’s Pubs are known for.
Boasting a prime location, The Bunch of Grapes is surrounded by some of central London’s most iconic attractions.
Within a stone’s throw, you can explore London Bridge and ascend to the magnificent Sky Garden, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city. Other nearby landmarks include Monument, Lloyds of London, and the iconic Gherkin building.
The Bunch of Grapes will feature a menu of pub classics with bar snacks, sandwiches, burgers and
Nicholon’s famous pies. Guests can expect an exquisite selection of perfectly-poured, ever-changing Cask Ales – including their very own Nicholson’s Pale Ale, brewed by St Austell Brewery in Cornwall – and also discover the wonders of their Gin Palace, featuring glorious gins from juniper-heavy and robust to sweet and fruits and every flavour profile in-between.
The Bunch of Grapes opens just before Cask Ale Week (21st Sept – 1st Oct) which will see Nicholson’s
partner with Gipsy Hill Brewing Co to revive their original session IPA, Hepcat, in cask form for the first time in over 5 years. This exciting collaboration will see this exclusive, limited edition cask ale available at Nicholson’s 80 sites across the UK, as part of this annual celebration of Britain’s national drink – cask ale.