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The Greencoat Boy, Victoria - pub details

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Address: 2 Greencoat Pl, London, SW1P 1PJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 360) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations St James's Park (0.3 miles), Victoria (0.4 miles), Pimlico (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.4 miles), Vauxhall (1 mile), London Charing Cross (1 mile)

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user reviews of the Greencoat Boy, Victoria

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A pleasant pub with some good beers (Portobello when I was there) and good to find a place that's open on a Saturday evening in an area consisting mainly of offices.
16jamesdoc - 2 Apr 2014 14:14
Catbert, I have no idea what SilkTork is banging on about. The Greencoat Boy is not a family pub and all the better for it. Kids don't belong inpubs so perhaps SilkTork would be better off going to a cafe or wacky warheouse and leave pubs for the adults.

Anyway to the pub. I went in to the Greencoat Boy for the first time this weekend as I am working round the corner in Westminster.

It is a decent sized boozer with very friendly staff and a decent range of ales (four from memory) on cask. Personally went for a pint of Aspel which was very good. Looked at the pints being poured for other punters and they all looked in good condition.

It was a bit of fleeting visit as I had to get a train from nearby Victoria but will visit again when I have more time. All in all one of the best pubs in the Victoria area, a pat of London not blessed with the best boozers.

Will give it a provisional 7.
kevmac - 23 Mar 2014 14:21
SilkTork - in no way does this claim to be a family pub. Maybe there's a nursery or a TGI Friday in the area that would better suit your needs.
catbert - 9 Feb 2013 17:19
Like most pubs in the area they cater for tourists and office workers. Comfortable but does not encourage you to stay too long. Manageress keeps place ticking over nicely but needs to be more involved with customers to build on local trade
beercritic - 25 Dec 2012 19:17
For kevmac: It's a family pub - that means it wants to encourage families. Families have children. Children need child seats. It's like promoting yourself as a nightclub, but not having any music; or promoting yourself as a sports bar, but not putting on any sports events or providing any pool tables. Every other family pub I've been to has child seats. It's a basic.
SilkTork - 19 Mar 2012 22:24

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