Adam and Eve Pub
Location Details
Address: Victoria, West End, London, England, United Kingdom
Coordinates: D,5 - 9 (NE)
Owner: NPC
Type: Public House (Pub)
Wealth: Rich & Opulent ($$$$$)

Description

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Dating back to the 1700s, the Adam and Eve is one of the oldest pubs in Westminster. In the late 1660s, this street corner pub was formerly a busy haunt for French war merchants, who proceeded to build their pier de terre in the area. Due to the large influx of French visitors, the region was justly nicknamed 'Petite France', which over the course of time and years of mispronunciation, became what it is known as today, Petty France!

The Adam and Eve is located in what is often referred to as the seat of parliamentary and government power for over 900 years. As such, the Adam and Eve played host to government ministers and officials, who were summoned to vote by means of a parliamentary bell that hung in the pub.

Today, the Adam and Eve's historical pedigree is made evident, as it proudly boasts traditional wooden floors, high ceilings and extensive glasswork. There is a modest meeting room which can seat about 10 - 12 persons for a meeting. It does not have a door and opens on to the main part of the pub. It is available for meetings from 10am until mid-day with hot drinks and from mid-day onwards food can be ordered as well as a full drinks menu.

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