The Dover Castle, Marylebone - pub details
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Brewery: Samuel Smith's
- Food served
- Outside seating
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Stags Head, Fitzrovia (0.1 miles), Tower Tavern, Fitzrovia (0.2 miles), Horse and Groom, Great Portland Street (0.2 miles), Kings Head, Marylebone (0.2 miles), Masons Arms, Fitzrovia (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|great pub, good atmosphere |
david.fowler - 22 Nov 2015 18:48
|After a pint at the beautiful Angel in the Fields I decided to visit more Sam Smith's venues in the neighbourhood to see if they matched up. The Dover Castle was not as visually striking, but had a place of its own on the podium of pub glory for its sense of serenity. There were few in at around 4pm on a Saturday, but there was just enough of a burble to remind you that it was a pub & not a church, as some Sam Smith's places strike me. A pint of OBB as usual, 2.90 as usual, and a pleasant half hour.|
Queenslander - 21 Oct 2015 22:00
|Friendly enough, German lady behind the bar is nice and the food is not just standard stuff (served until 9 I just got in in time). |
rainlight - 29 Jul 2015 23:28
|Quiet and tourist free sam smiths. If you dont like sam smiths your brain is not functioning properly so i suggest you seek medical attention.|
mr_mro79 - 21 Jul 2011 09:38
|A small and cosy pub tucked away down a quiet side street. It took me a little while to find as I hadn’t realised that Weymouth Mews is effectively an “H” shape and I was initially in the wrong half, but it was worth persevering.|
The main bar area runs along the front of the pub with the curved and wood panelled bar counter on the left. To the left of this is a glass display case built in to the wall containing various items of silverware. The floor is carpeted and there are tied back curtains at the windows which create a cosy and relaxed ambience. There was a small fireplace at one end and a few pictures dotted around the wood panelled walls. The seating is mostly green leather button backed benches around the perimeter, and a few leather topped bar stools. There is a small courtyard area at the back and also a small wood panelled snug.
There was no sign of any food being offered, although the brewery’s own Chilli Nuts were pretty good. Unfortunately being a Samuel Smith’s pub, the beer choice was very limited with just their own Old Brewery Bitter, and the solitary cider was again their own Reserve Cider. A board listed a few more beers that were available by the bottle however.
Blackthorn - 28 Mar 2011 10:42
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