This tiny pub is tucked away in a quiet mews just off Belgrave Square. Usually festooned in flowers, this tiny one roomed pub is dark panelled and cosily furnished. Apparently it's a mecca for Beatles enthusiasts, their manager Brian Epstein lived nearby and was a regular.
It's a nice place for a good pint of Shepherd Neame brews and is CAMRA listed. A new menu of Steak and Kidney Pie, Fish and Chips, Salt Beef sandwiches and daily specials is now available and on Sundays there's traditional roasts.
It opened as a beerhouse in 1864, which meant it could sell beer and wine but not spirits, in particular, ruinous gin. Gin was the scourge of the working classes and its they who would have been catered for here; the servants, maids and grooms of the local grand houses.
The pub can be hired at weekends for functions. Dart board upstairs.
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