White HartThe Terrace, Riverside
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The White Hart has been a riverside landmark since it was built in 1899, replacing a pub that had stood since 1662. It is an imposing four-story building with riverside verandahs' and even tables on the towpath in the summer. The pub was completely renovated in 2013. The ground floor is dominated by the central bar island with its line of chrome Chaplin fonts providing a range of London craft beer from both Meantime and Camden breweries, and supported by up to six cask ales from hand pulls. There's a Stags head above the fireplace that uses a gas effect fire. The Terrace Kitchen restaurant is situated on the first floor.