40 Pubs and Bars found in or around Green Park (London Underground)

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The Red Lion (Crown Passage)

Tucked away down a side street in the ever-so-posh St. James's, The Red Lion is a charming boozer. Its age and location may suggest a you'd encounter a soulless dive aimed purely at tourists, but by and large this is as genuine...

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0.26mi
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Ye Grapes

Ye Grapes is a handsome old building set in a corner of Shepherd Market, containing an eccentric collection of olde worlde knickknacks - lots of stuffed animals, for instance, creating a cosy sort of feel to the interior. It's...

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0.09mi
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The Field (ex-Samuel Pepys)

Dear diary, this is no longer named Samuel Pepys but has been relaunched as The Field, part of the Shannon Pubs chain. There has been a refit along with the renaming, which manages to create the feel of three distinct sections...

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Market Tavern

Any previous incarnations of the Market Tavern are now a dim and instant memory. This version of the pub is now firmly established around here and it's rightly popular. There are interesting, well-kept Cask Marque ales on the...

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King's Arms

Another popular establishment in the pub-heavy Shepherd Market. Nowadays, this is one of the better ones - a second refurbishment hasn't really changed much that we can spot beyond adding more tellies and changing the height of...

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Coach & Horses

Claiming to be the oldest pub in Mayfair - and who are we to dispute it? - it's a very nice little pub indeed. Set in rather posh surroundings, it has a well-looked after interior, with enough old bits remaining to give it a...

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Shepherds Tavern

Built in 1735 as part of the original redevelopment of the area by Edward Shepherd (after the original May fair was moved to Bow in 1686), Shepherds Tavern is a handsome feature in the Shepherd Market landscape. Inside, it's...

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The Chequers Tavern

The Chequers Tavern is one of several small St. James' pubs and it's usually the quietest in this neck of the woods - there's much more chance of getting a seat, should you feel the need for one. It gets the basics right, with...

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Coach & Horses

The Coach & Horses is a quaint little Tudorbethan building in a posh part of London - only a stone's throw from three main shopping areas - and it's a jolly decent pub too. Real ale aficionados are well taken care of, with...

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The Red Lion (Duke Of York St.)

The Red Lion is an old-style traditional pub. It's small, has great beers and a stunning interior. This is a great pub to come to when you are out and about in the West End and fancy a quiet pub - unfortunately, the world and...

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