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0800 88 77 66
43-47 Marylebone Rd, LONDON, NW1 5JY
Many famous and infamous characters have been patrons here including Charles Dickens. Built in 1735, the same year as the neighbouring Nash terraces, the pub retains much of its period charm, including William, the ghost of a former landlord. The first omnibus service from Holborn stopped here and the Metropolitan line was constructed under the road a few feet from the tavern. A good choice of real ales is offered alongside freshly cooked British pub food, such as bangers and mash, chicken tikka masala, Wiltshire cured ham, egg and chips, and steak-and-ale pie.
Greene King Abbot Ale, Wells Bombardier, Young's, Morland Old Speckled Hen, Guest ales
All day all week
10am-11pm (Fri-Sat 10am-11.30pm Sun 10am-10.30pm) (Closed some eves after Wembley football matches)
Coach parties welcome.