The Dover Castle, Marylebone - pub details
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Brewery: Samuel Smith's
- Food served
- Outside seating
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|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
|As a regular at the Dover Castle, I know the Russian mentioned in the previous post has since been barred for his behaviour. The pub has new managers and don't tolerate this behaviour. I am happy to say this pub has improved a great deal since they have taken over. |
doverDrinker - 10 Feb 2011 19:56
|Found this place a few weeks ago and now have a regular drinks with colleagues once a week after work. Decent pub, and the beer is good.|
The staff let the place down though and do not seem to be able to control the regular drunk Russian that seems to be in there regularly. There was alot of staff drinks going on the other day and this idiot just got worse and worse, offending many people and spilling drinks all over the place. Pity as it seemed to spoil a decent night, many of the females in the bar that night wont be going back after he letched all over them.
The bargirl with the broken arm needs to pay more attention, I observed a near fight breaking out between this drunk Russion kid and some other groups, and the staff just seemed to think it was nothing.
Pull finger management, this could be a great pub, sort the staff and the drunks out and we will be back.
gordenosb - 23 Dec 2010 14:23
|Had a couple of pre-dinner drinks in here on Friday - selected the pub based on recommendations on BITE, and wasn't disappointed. Nice back-street mews pub, friendly and helpful bar staff, and good beer (although the Old Brewery Bitter was off). Need to return for a longer visit.|
Oktup - 28 Nov 2010 18:30
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