Monday – Saturday: 8am – 11.30pm
Sunday: 8am – 10.30pm
Make like a local and head to The Coach Makers Arms, which has been recently renovated. This charming pub, located on Marylebone Lane, is 140 years old. The interior ensures the original features of the historic pub blend with the revamped décor. Natural light streams through stained-glass windows on to walls which are lined with old framed portraits, leather banquettes and an open fire that is lit on cool nights. As well as outdoor seating on the pavement, the three-storey pub has a dining room on its first floor. Smart and relaxed, you can combine a seasonal British dish with a G&T, pear bellini or bloody Mary. Why not try a local beer, cider or mead such as Redchurch from Bethnal Green, Wild Card from Walthamstow or Gosnells from Peckham?
If you’re after a buzzy atmosphere, then head to the bar on the ground floor, which also serves traditional British dishes such as Sunday roasts. Large windows decorated with original coach lights and ornate tiles complement oak panels, wooden floors and banquettes. Its new bespoke wooden bar, which has a burnished metal back, will draw your attention as it’s lined with wines and spirits. Draught and bottled lager, ale, craft beer and cocktails are also on offer. Night owls can also check out the seasonal cocktails in the venue’s underground bar, The 72. The menu includes a pear martini; a honey and ginger mojito and a passion fruit daiquiri made with Havana Club rum, fruit purée, lime and agave syrup. Sink into a red velvet seat, which glows with hidden lights, and toast yourself on a stylish night out.
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