Temperance90 Fulham High Street
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Built in 1909 as a billiards hall on the corner of Fulham High Street and Church Gate, the building was transformed into a Firkin brewpub before becoming an Irish theme bar. It was given its current name when real ale was restored after refurbishment in late 2006. The building's amazing high ceilings and stained glass have been highlighted, together with new decor, lighting and furniture, in comfortable airy lounge areas and formal dining areas. Weston's real cider or perry is served.