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Duke of York, Marylebone

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What a gem,came here with a group of friends for a quick drink and stayed all evening.The pub itself is very typical of Sam Smiths pubs,the barmaid made us feel so welcome,i dont think she ever stopped smiling.Watching the food arrive made our stomaches rumble,good wholesome english grub and so reasonably priced,we will definately be back to eat.
Anyone looking for somewhere to meet friends and relax this is your place
Itsonme - 26 Feb 2010 19:52
Pub which is within crawling distance of the Dover Castle. This is almost just as good with decent beer and staff, one particularly friendly barmaid who chatted to us for about an hour even though I had never met her before! Very cosy in Winter, cool and refreshing in the Summer there are times that I could stay here all day.

Very useful for Harley Street, Marylebone High Street and for spotting Lennox Lewis dining in his favourite restaurant down the road.
Oakman100 - 14 Oct 2009 12:17
We came across this pub on a pub crawl and keep going back. The management and bar staff are great - really friendly - and always make us welcome when we drop in - and remember what we drink! Regulars seem nice too - very laid back. Lovely atmosphere and seating outside for us ciggie fans.
Chessy - 1 Oct 2009 13:50
what happened 2 the smiley aussie girl that used 2 work there???
pensioner - 26 Jan 2009 14:58
After initial scepticism this place has grown on me. Although it is tiny and it feels like everyone's eavesdropping on your conversation, the decor is fantastic, it really is a lovely place to sit. No cask OBB though.
ChrisP87 - 11 Jan 2009 09:57
A lovely Sam Smith's pub. Great for a quick pint at the bar. There's nothing outstanding about the place -- the food, the punters, the decor -- but it has a nice atmosphere.
surgecommodore - 16 Oct 2007 11:41
Just completed a quick pint in here - alas, I failed to get to the bar before the sudden rush of office workers and was forced to wait a bloody long time while each said office worker purchased one pint each. Ever heard or 'rounds'?
More bar staff at lunch times please.

Apart from that, the usual Sam Smiths fare - good seating outside being the main drawing point
TeamSambo - 19 Jul 2007 13:11
A better pub than it looks. Plenty of tables outside during the summer to watch the totty. Food ok.
WaitorseBoyz - 7 Dec 2006 10:25
nostalgic rugby memorabilia. the food is a little suspect and the atmosphere a little rowdy.
vera shaw - 10 Jun 2004 17:07
Smallish pub with great food on weekdays only. Live music upstairs on Thursday evenings by local talent. Two nice tables outside to enjoy a pint and watch the world go by - and the upper crust birds heading to the trendy Marylebone High Street. Aussie bar maid is very personable and except for the normal occasional drunk a cracking good pub.
James - 13 Aug 2003 11:53

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