This London pub surpasses both Big Ben and Buckingham Palace in popularity thanks to Taylor Swift's remark.  

The London bar Black Dog gains notoriety as Taylor Swift ostensibly makes reference to it on her most recent album.  

The day that Swift launched "The Tortured Poets Department," Google searches for "The Black Dog" skyrocketed, outpacing searches for Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, and even the London Eye.  

The day that Swift's album was released, April 19, saw a staggering 909% spike in global searches for "The Black Dog,"   

This rose much above the Big Ben. The pub's popularity surpassed that of the London Eye, one of the most well-known attractions in the city, by a factor of 1,250%.  

"We are seeing the full-fledged power of Taylor Swift's music pouring into real life again," an Affordable Seating representative said.  

She virtually turned this local gem's destiny around by thrusting it into international success on her alone.   

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The Black Dog, a traditional British pub located at 112 Vauxhall Walk, is a quaint little place by day that comes alive at night.  

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