Duke of Albemarle, Green Park
our final review
posted by jack on 01/10/2006
A standard Nicholson's relaunch for this pub, creating a rather average West End pub. It's unthreatening, gives the tourists what they want, but it just doesn't add up to a distinct and characterful pub experience. Certainly does a job if you're on a crawl of the pubs of this part of town - of which they are many - but it's not one that lingers long in the memory.
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6 Stafford Street, Green Park, London, W1S 4RS
On Leaving Green Park station, head towards Piccadilly (on the side opposite the park) and after a while you'll come to Dover Street (about the third or fourth road on your left, depending on where you left the station), walk up it and you'll soon see it in front of you.