The Gunmakers, Marylebone - pub details
Used to be: the William Wallace
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|Spent a couple of hours enjoying a few pints of Best and the rugby in this pub. |
They have three screens which were showing footy when we first arrived and manage that fine line of showing the sport but not being completely over powering.
Nice buzzy feel and quick friendly service make it a dead cert for another visit.
The food also looked fantastic though we only had the fresh made onion rings, big and tasty, to tied us over. It did appear they are known for good food as there were people coming straight in and ordering that looked like regulars to me.
Definitely worth a look.
ClairC - 9 Feb 2014 22:38
|Nice pub. Worth a visit if you're in the area. Popped in for a few with old workmates and all enjoyed.|
mjbea1 - 13 Dec 2013 23:03
|I really like this pub, it is clean and has a very interesting interior. The selection of beers is good and the food is tasty and reasonably priced considering it is in a very expensive area where in other pubs you can expect to pay 8 quid for a jacket potato!! The staff are friendly and there's even a pub cat.|
thirstyoakpark - 23 Nov 2013 23:22
|Moved back to Marylebone recently after being away for a little over a year. Last time I was in this pub was around last July, when I decided never to come in again. The staff were moody, particularly the manager at the time, who was quite possibly the rudest man I have ever met. |
Had a catch up drink with a friend and the Coach Makers and he suggested we come up to Gunmakers, and I must say I am delighted at what it has become. Following a recent upheaval and complete overhaul of staff in the last year, this place is my new favorite!
The girls behind the bar are so friendly, always laughing and up for a chat with the customers, which is great! It's a really lovely atmosphere, aside from a few of the moaney-groaney types amongst customers, but what pub doesn't have those?
There's a great selection of real ales including Timothy Taylor Landlords and London Pride. Lagers on tap include Becks Vier, Budweiser and Staropramen, but there's about 10 others, I just don't remember. There's a variety of spirits, too! Something for everyone!
I would be so happy to recommend this pub to anybody in the area. Excellent atmosphere, great to go with friends OR alone for a quiet pint. Although if you're looking for quiet, then try to avoid Friday nights - I walked past last week and people were spilling out everywhere, but it looked like they were having a whale of a time!
beersytiger - 15 Oct 2012 19:47
|The Gunmakers is a very good pub. It manages to have a modern comfortable interior while maintaining a traditional feel. There are some splendid wall displays - I particularly liked the cases of different bullets and cartridges which are, of course, very appropriate given the pubs name. |
It's an L shaped bar area with the slightly small bar tucked into the corner. Ales on were Landlord, GKIPA and Hardy & Hanson's Olde Trip (another GK beer). I had Landlord which was fine. Clientele was varied but nothing chavvy or snobby.
I can well recommend this establishment.
murgatroyd - 5 Apr 2012 10:57
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