THE STORY OF The Eagle

Possibly the only pub ever to be famed for its name-check in a nursery rhyme, The Eagle is mentioned in the age-old ditty, ‘Pop Goes the Weasel’ – “Up and down the City Road, in and out The Eagle; that’s the way the money goes, pop goes the weasel”.

Traditional with a touch of cool, The Eagle’s interior boasts a snug fireplace for those chillier months but its best-kept secret is its courtyard beer garden, offering a spot of urban tranquillity in which to take time out and enjoy a glass of something special.  

The Eagle is located just a short stroll from the busy, cultural hub of Shoreditch in London’s East End, perched at the end of Shepherdess Walk, en route to Old Street from the Square Mile. An ideal watering hole for city-based workers or those out and about in the Shoreditch or Hoxton area, The Eagle is conveniently located close to Old Street station, attracting a diverse clientele and keeping the authenticity of a true British local at its heart.