Angel In The Fields, Marylebone
Marylebone High Street is one of London's lesser-known upmarket shopping streets, with all sorts of expensive and fashionable boutiques and emporia lining both sides of the road. Guarding the southern entrance to this retail nirvana, stands a trusty Yorkshire stalwart - Sam Smith's Angel in the Fields. If you're a fan of the brewery, then you'll know what to expect, solid, well-kept traditional bitters, ales and stouts supported by an esoteric assortment of own-brand wine, spirits and mixers all at a very reasonable price. We know the Sam Smith's offer is not everyone's cup-of-tea (if you pardon the expression) but it does the job for us. The pub's been recently refurbished - the downstairs bar has been moved - but if you weren't familiar with it before, you probably won't realise - and the lower ground floor better laid-out as a result. It still has the same reassuring dark oak panelling and cosy interior. The service is fast and friendly and the upstairs room can be a welcome relief if it's crowded downstairs - usually lunch times and just after work. Its cheapness has also been discovered by the local student population - there must be a college nearby - so be warned that the occasional visit can resemble a Student Union bar.
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37 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London, london, W1U 2QU
020 7486 7763
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How to find the Angel In The Fields pub
From Bond Street, cross Oxford Street, turn left and then right, up James Street, which becomes Thayer Street. It's on the right, just as the road becomes Marylebone High Street .