El Vino's has been reddening the noses of newspaper hacks and Queen's Counsel for as long as anybody can remember. Horace Rumpole dropped in here for a glass of Chateau Thames Embankment (though he called it "Pommeroys"), after a hard day in the cells under the Old Bailey.
Most notorious for its long and bitter campaign to maintain the refusal of service to women. I note the place for historical and literary reasons, not for any great affection for it. Still, it's full of atmosphere.
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