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The Marylebone, Marylebone - pub details

Previously called: The Marylebone Tup

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Address: 93 Marylebone High Street, London, W1U 4QW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 858) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Baker Street (0.3 miles), Regent's Park (0.3 miles), Great Portland Street (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.5 miles), London Euston (1.1 miles), London Paddington (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 53 users)
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user reviews of the Marylebone, Marylebone

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First visit here having walked past several months back when I was in the area pub ticking, I didn't fancy popping in that day.

On this visit I was disappointed to find only lager and cider on offer as I was informed by the barman that the real ale pump wasn't working!

Decorated very neutrally but with low lighting giving the pub a very dark feel to it. The bar is stocked with a large quantity of good quality spirits, this place did feel more of a wine bar than a pub.

Music played at an acceptable level but it was loud in here with most punters shouting above the music.

Nice enough pub but the absence of real ale wasn't good for me.
lezford - 5 Dec 2016 13:43
I was in this pub (and I hesitate to call it a pub) a few weeks ago, and have to say it's all that's wrong with the general direction some pubs are going in. First observation was the lack of ale - just one on tap. The rest are fizzy, overpriced lagers. Second, it's the kind of place frequented by people who don't really like pubs - you won't struggle to spot women in overpriced wellington boots or people wearing sunglasses indoors, on a dark day. You can pretty much tell how good a pub will be by its clientele.

During my last visit a reservation notice was whacked on our table having been sat there for a couple of hours. Yes, one of those places. If you do decide to visit this place, I'd suggest you reserve a table first unless you want the same to happen to you. Or if you can't find a table while you're in there, just call from the bar and reserve a table, get some punters chucked off their table. Really. The rules of the pub have worked fine for centuries (first come, first served). The sooner this kind of pub disappears, the better.
JArticle - 29 Oct 2012 18:40
Looks like some of the staff have been posting reviews .

By and large I really like Marylebone High St. The Marylebone (it is no longer a Tup) is a nice enough pub but catering rather more for the lager / G&T set than ale drinkers. There is one pump tucked away at the far end of the bar and not facing the majority of it - Deuchars IPA as it happens - not a bad choice if you are only going to have one on.

A serviceable place but not the best in the area - the Golden Eagle wins that and the Gunmakers is good as well.
murgatroyd - 5 Apr 2012 10:46
Just revisited after quite a while. Still a great pub. Ales are down to one now but I can see why. Plenty of other things on offer.

Try their bloody mary with chilli and marmite vodka.

Barfiddler - 24 Feb 2012 17:45
no reviews for 8 months and suddenly 3 glowing reviews in one day - and all by first time reviewers....coincidence?
boozelover - 24 Feb 2012 08:19

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