137 Pubs and Bars found in or around Marylebone

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Henry Holland

This one hasn't changed in years. It's still not quite a refuge from the cosmopolitan frequenters of Selfridges but if you're like us and hate shopping then at least you'll feel that the shoppers are now on you're turf. Watch...

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The Masons Arms

Tucked away, in a quiet spot, quite close to Great Portland Street tube station, the Masons Arms is a smart, well-kept pub. The beer on the three hand pumps is excellent, there's a good range of other beers, wines and spirits...

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Lamb & Flag

This is a tiny little pub in a very busy shopping area close to Selfridges. The exterior promises a rather more ornate experience than the interior delivers, which is a pity as it's a handsome building - it really could do with...

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Three Tuns

For an anonymous looking little pub which despite being hidden away is very close to Oxford Street, we were pleasantly surprised by the Three Tuns. Considerably longer than it is deep, there's a reasonable selection of ales, an...

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Horse & Groom

The Horse & Groom is an oft overlooked but beautiful Victorian pub a few minutes from Oxford Street. Along with plenty of original tiling and woodwork, the pub has four distinct sections: the front is predominantly standing...

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The Grazing Goat (ex-Bricklayer's Arms)

Part of the Cubitt group behind the Thomas Cubitt et al, weâd say it's a bit more upmarket than most local pubs. When we were last in on a Friday night, all the tables in the main floor bar were set for eating which,...

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Stag's Head

To some, the Stag's Head might look a little grim on the outside - it's a stern(ish) 1930's facade, set in a fairly nondescript 1930's office building, but inside you'll find a pretty friendly and popular local, with a homely,...

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Woodstock

Get all ideas of the Summer of Love out of your mind - the Woodstock is a shoppers and tourists pub as close to Oxford Street as you're going to get. From the exterior we're pretty sure it's an old Spirit Group pub which never...

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Victoria & Albert

Hardly the most desirable accolade you can bestow but this one is probably London's best mainline railway station pubs. Given the relatively small size of Marylebone station - and the quality of the competition - that's...

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The Albany

The Albany is a pretty decent pub. The beer is fine - up to Cask Marque standard, no less - with a selection of guest ales on the hand pumps as well as Leffe and Hoegaarden for those in a continental mood. The service is good...

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The Cock Tavern

The Cock Tavern is an exuberant Victorian pub with giant glass lanterns outside and a wonderfully ornate interior. A long, narrow pub, it has a fair amount of seating and serves the usual range of Samuel Smith beers. Like all...

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The Temperance

A return to a more traditional name a while back seems to have heralded a return to form for this pub, for that is what it is - a pub that just happens to provide reasonably-priced, good food. Two ales on the bar alongside a...

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Tower Tavern

A decent watering hole in the shadow of the BT Tower, hence its name, The Tower Tavern caters mostly for a business lunchtime crowd. In quieter times, students provide the custom. There is decent pub grub, with Sunday roasts...

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All Bar One (Regent Street)

Same standard A.B.O. fare, blah blah blah. A zero-inspiration 'boozer-in-a-box' product to be brought to market and exploited until death. However given the location of this pub, it is actually rather good. Top of Regent Street...

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