Pub time at the Ten Bells in Victorian London

Happy hour at the Ten Bells! Swing by the local pub in the Victorian Zone for a mug of your favourite – ale, punch or porter, we got the lot! Special today, a capital dinner for 18 pence, including three kinds of fish, joints, steaks, and bread and cheese.

Our tavern is endorsed by Charles Dickens (Jr.) who declares ‘although the price is low and the accommodation a little rough, the dinner is excellent.’ Well, perhaps the praise lacks a certain enthusiasm, but no worries, the victuals are fabulous. Come and see for yourself!

February 16th 1888 2017, noon SLT.

You can find the pub in our Time Portal Victorian zone by clicking the following slurl;


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