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Address: 110 Grove Green Road, Leyton, London, E10 6PN [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Leyton (0.3 miles), Leytonstone (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Leytonstone High Road (0.5 miles), Leyton Midland Road (0.7 miles), Maryland (1.2 miles)

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Recently under new Management and the change is massive. A really friendly welcome both times I've been in recently, which wasn't the case before. Chatty barmaid and the atmosphere was good. They're really making an effort to make it a community boozer with events on most nights. Popped in for one early Sunday evening and it was absolutely packed (admittedly the Rugby had been on a few hours earlier) so they're clearly doing something right.
AlistairVonLion - 3 Mar 2015 08:56
Great pub! I used to live in Mile End and this is like the Little Driver, except better! It is two bars and put together it is a large pub. It also has a pool table. Owners are really friendly as well as the regulars. A place I have looked over and gone further afield, until now. Just goes to show that the grass is not always greener on the other side, and I should just go to the pub down the road, like this, instead of travelling all over London looking for a great night out. Really am looking forward to some great times in this place, as of now!
Serlo - 19 Aug 2013 00:34
This is a decent enough pub with two separate bars which both have screens for different sports which can show different things at the same time. Whilst I was there the tennis was being watched by a few people that were playing pool in the public bar and there was some Irish sport being shown in the front of the main bar and a rugby game was on at the rear. There is also a small room at the back of the pub that seemed to be a quiet haven from the TVs.

There is a small beer garden out the back that is split into two sections, one of which was holding a BBQ that didnít smell too great. There is also a large outhouse that had lots of pushchairs and walkers in it; Iím not sure what that is all about.

I would use this pub if I lived locally, but I wouldnít travel out of my way again.
Strongers - 13 Jul 2009 13:48
Great boozer. John and Bernie are fantastic hosts and have been here for years. Tara the dog is a little smasher, and there are some brilliant characters here too. Gerry is a diamond! Good selection of bottled ales, and lovely seated area out back. Very friendly too.
croxleygreen - 24 Nov 2008 11:11
Popped in to watch the Spurs V Liverpool game on tv after watching my team, Hartlepool Unted, loose at Orient. Cracking pub with a good atmosphere. Would never have ventured here, but the Coach & Horses have had the football taken out. Was quite busy, which is becoming increasingly rare for local style pubs, even on a Saturday night.
Kentbeerboys - 2 Nov 2008 15:45

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