Built in 1546 for the servants of the Bishops of Ely, The Ye Olde Mitre is famous for having a cherry tree, (now supporting the front) that Queen Elizabeth once danced around with Sir Christopher Hatton. The pub was actually a part of Cambridge (Ely being in Cambridge) and the licencees used to have to go there for their licence. Set in a part of London steeped in history, it's near where William Wallace was hung, drawn and quartered at Smithfield, along with martyers and traitors who were also killed nearby.
We are in the Good Beer Guide 2004 - 2013
Good Pub Guide 1982 - 2013
We are in the AA Guide 2008 - 2012
Also listed in the 'Real Ale Pub Guide 2008 - 2011
Square Mile Guide for the City of London 2008 - 2012
CAMRA PUB OF THE YEAR
We were voted the 'pub of the year' by the East London & City Branch of CAMRA in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
GREAT BRITISH PUB AWARDS
Scotty and Kathy's pub, Ye Olde Mitre in London, was crowned ' Cask Beer Pub of the Year ' at the Morning Advertiser Great British Pub Awards 2008.
Congratulations to them and their team.
Click Here to read more about Scotty & Kathy's achievements and the awards.
CASK ALE AWARDS
Finalist 'The Publican Newspaper' Cask ale pub of the year 2009.
AROUND LONDON IN 80 BEERS
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We had an article about the Ye Olde Mitre in the June / July 2010 issue. View the article here
'AGE' NEWSPAPER (AUSTRALIA)
We featured in the Australian 'Age' newspaper. View the article here.
PINT PERFECTION ARTICLE
We featured in Issue 22 of the Beers of the World magazine. View the article here.
We are in 'London's Best Pubs' in London March 2009. View the article here.
We are the Regional Winner for London & Kent 'Abbot Ale Perfect Pub Award' in conjunction with the Daily Telegraph. Pub of the Year Award for 2008 from the East London & City branch of CAMRA on May 8th 2008