The Globe, Baker Street - pub details
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Metropolitan Bar, Baker Street (0.1 miles), Sherlock's Bar and Grill, Marylebone (0.1 miles), Apollo, Marylebone (0.1 miles), Beehive, Marylebone (0.1 miles), Allsop Arms, Marylebone (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Strange pub - probably as it's a bit of a "station pub" with people largely passing through, which was what I was doing to be fair!|
I suppose it does the job well enough, but there are better pubs in the area in my view.
Oh yeah, watch out for the pissed-up tramps who seem to come out when the sun goes down when you're stood outside.
Keef_Peacock - 22 Sep 2012 21:05
Great for a beer after work or a good location to meet mates and friends and watch the clacker walk by.
Bar staff are excellent and the management friendly and welcoming with nothing too much.
Keep up the great work and any chance you can make Becks a little cheaper !!!!
BIGGIBBO - 28 Jun 2012 09:46
|Run by two of the campest and nicest men you will ever meet,sure this pub is a tourist trap but at the same time the food is good the ale is well kept and the bar well run.|
Do not go anywhere near it when theres anything going on at Wembley but on a hot summers day get a cold beer and sit outside and watch the scores of stunning ladies walk past, Heaven.
jackbar - 11 Jun 2012 13:36
|It's some years since I've been in this pub and the interior has changed considerably. It is much more pleasant than the Globe of old but still has the same sort of clientele - footy fans heading to Wembley and tourists heading to Madame Tussauds. There's no regular crowd as such and it feels a little like a station pub.|
This said the pub itself is pretty good with a decent selection of ales - Bombardier, Young's London Gold, GKIPA, Old Speckled Hen and Abbot. Normally I'd opt for the London Gold but I had a pint of Abbot which was very good.
Overall this is not a pub to pick for an evening out but if you're heading for Wembley it's a reasonable stopping point.
murgatroyd - 5 Apr 2012 10:37
|Went here last night (Wednesday) at around 9pm. the Bombardier was fantastic! Drink it. I'm from Yorkshire and don't often say that about beer down here. Good selection of ales. It was just busy enough to create a nice atmosphere. I was last here a couple of months back; me and my fellow bearded mate were greeted with "no-one told me the Bee Gees were coming!" by a young jack-me-lad who after being ditched by the two girls he was with, offered us the 'Jaegerbombs' (?) he'd bought for them. We declined. Strikes me as the kind of place you get a lot of that kind of thing.|
vanillarreal - 26 May 2011 21:13
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