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Address: 36, Riding House St, London, W1W 7ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2177) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Goodge Street (0.2 miles), Oxford Circus (0.3 miles), Great Portland Street (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Euston (0.9 miles), London Charing Cross (1 mile), London St Pancras (1.1 miles)

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In there this lunchtime walked to the side of the bar, plenty of space not a "no service here sign in place."

With a lack of customer service and social skills not often seen even in this country the barman said: "Go to the front of the bar." in a manner which gives surliness a bad name.

We went to the front right to the front so far in front in fact we were two blocks away in a better boozer.

Will not return to what was a Beardy Nathan Bailey hole anyway.

AVOID
seth.b - 27 Aug 2015 17:32
Used to be Paul McCartney's local when he lived with the Ashers on Wimpole Street, according to Tony Bramwell's book re his years working for the Beatles. Sounds like it's changed a bit since then: no sawdust, billiards, piano etc. But it's still a nice-looking traditional pub, serving a good range of beers. I had a pint of Doombar when I was there. Went down very well. Bar staff prompt and polite. Will definitely call again when I'm in that manor.
Mike_Daily - 30 Jul 2013 00:40
Used to be Paul McCartney's local when he lived with the Ashers on Wimpole Street, according to Tony Bramwell's book re his years working for the Beatles. Sounds like it's changed a bit since then: no sawdust, billiards, piano etc. But it's still a nice-looking traditional pub, serving a good range of beers. I had a pint of Doombar when I was there. Went down very well. Bar staff prompt and polite. Will definitely call again when I'm in that manor.
Mike_Daily - 30 Jul 2013 00:40
Decent given the part of London it's in - tunes from Phoenix and the Rolling Stones assailed us although the hubbub of a Thursday night crowd (likely average earnings in excess of £50,000 a year) did detract from the experience. Food looked good (including well presented burgers) and fries of varying width while the ale selection was excellent - Proper Job went down particularly well. Likely to be a nice place to hole up of a weekend afternoon although prices are steep - the £5 a pint threshold no longer looks like the Rubicon.
BoehmBawerk - 22 Mar 2013 08:38
3 ales on yesterday, Doom Bar, Sambrooks Wandall & an Adnams - can't remember the name but it's the one with NZ hops.

Friendly and welcoming, also pleased to have my pint served in a jug!
reynedd - 6 Oct 2011 11:33

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