Here's where to continue the pub-gathering tradition that Londoners have always done so well: Instead, decor includes Tudor beams, coal fires, portraits of Henry VIII and dozens of whisky water jugs hanging from the ceiling.
There are tiny rooms to choose from, such as the royal red, loungey Bishop's Room or Ye Closet -- a cubbyhole that intimately seats six people.
Find Us The Flask is a North London institution; with a history dating back centuries it's been frequented by famous authors, playwrights and rockstars alike.
And in the last 25 years, the pub quiz has itself become a cherished Great British institution.
We put together 50 questions about the buildings of the city as part of a London Festival of Architecture event. How many man-made structures in London are now taller, to the nearest 10? For which vanished London building is Joseph Paxton chiefly noted? Sir John Soane commissioned a drawing of an imagined view of his greatest architectural achievement in ruins. Which of the following is not a building or structure by Norman Foster's architectural practice? Six (Nelson’s Column is 51.6 metres, the Shard is 310 metres) 2.
It took place on 18 June on the wonderful Battersea Barge, and was co-organised with Nine Elms on the South Bank. a) The Millennium Bridge, b) City Hall, c) Heron Tower, d) The Gherkin 3.
If you don't get what the quiz's name is referring to, it might be worth giving this one a miss, as it's a glorious geeky test of film trivia and references, with questions asked via a film projection.
If you're looking for something a little more "gameshow" than "quiz", this is the place for you.