137 Pubs and Bars found in or around Marylebone

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Hog in the Pound

Soon to be a clothes shop. We'll miss the old place - the pub equivalent of a teddy bear in a Beefeater costume.

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Swan and Edgar (ex The Feathers)

If we were offering a prize for smallest bar in London, this one would probably win. Situated in a residential street behind Marylebone Station and now running for just over a year, the new owners have done some things to try...

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Smuggler's Tavern

Sadly, one of London's quaintest, cosiest, and indeed, most unique, pubs was "redone" a while back. And the result? The Smugglers is quite literally a shell of its former self. The charm, and indeed the heart, was...

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Chutney & Lager (ex Slug & Lettuce)

There are some locations that never seem to work out and this address appears to be one of them. The builders are in again and these premises are undergoing yet another transformation. It looks like it's going to remain some...

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Duke of York

This pub used to have a definite Welsh influence and was a bit of a magnet for the Welsh in the capital, particularly for watching Wales' national teams play. It's no longer particularly Welsh, but it does still emphasise sport...

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Carpenters Arms

The Carpenters Arms has been one of our favourite pubs in this area for a long time. The pub itself is a pleasant old, traditional looking boozer a little off the beaten track in a heavily touristed area. Dark and cosy with...

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The Portman

Formerly a cosy Hall and Woodhouse pub, this one's had a change of owners and a complete makeover. It's a pleasant place and along the lines of what we're starting to accept as modern 21st century pubs - and still all shiny and...

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George & Dragon

After a hard day's slaying of mythical beasts there can't be any better way to relax than with a nice pint and The George & Dragon, within a stone's throw of Great Portland Street and Warren Street, is certainly a good spot...

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The Phoenix

Mismatched furniture, candles, a good selection of beer and well made food are all present and correct in this unbranded chain pub run by M&B. Atmospherically, however, this one fares less well compared to others we have...

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Harcourt Arms

The Harcourt Arms belongs to a nexus of great pubs in the Marylebone Baker Street area, and has pretty much everything you could ask for in such a place. It's very welcoming, clean and well maintained, serves a decent selection...

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The George

Formerly known as the Gluepot, the George was once the favourite watering hole of the BBC Orchestra when Henry Wood was its conductor, and the Queens Hall (now the St. George's Hotel) was still in existence. We have, though,...

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