The Greencoat Boy is a traditionally styled pub. Set in the heart of Victoria it is 5 minutes walk from Westminster Abbey and 10 minutes walk from Victoria Station and Buckingham Palace. In good weather the outside area is extremely popular since it is the only pub in the immediate vicinity with facilities for outside drinking.
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Venue Details & Map
2 Greencoat PlaceVictoriaLondonSW1P 1PJ
- +44 (0)20 7834 7894
- Public transport:
- St. James's Park, Underground
Regular pub, nothing special, gets quite busy with 'after work' drinks with people that work in the area. 2 minute walk from St.James park tube station, but you have a lot of choice for places to go for a drink in that area.
Would drink here again but it's not as fun as places like the Windsor which is round the corner from here.more
Popped in here one chilly Saturday afternoon for a pint and a light bite. It was empty so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. We got a warm spot by the window and enjoyed a pint, jacket potato, and bbq wings. Everything was just ok. Not good enough to come back for but not so bad that we were disappointed in our choice. It did the job and when we finished we moved on. Probably more of a...more
Just a regular pub, nothing special nothing terrible. Maybe a bit larger inside than the normal pub, with plenty of room to stand, separated from the table area fairly well. They also have a few TV's - not overwhelming but there.
Good service, nice people working there. Food was ok at best, we just had a couple of snacks to pass the time though. The food did come quickly, and was hot - always...more
Nothing special. It definitely has the look of a traditional British pub, which is good. The food, though, was mediocre. Burger was passable, French fries stayed on our plate after the first sample. Sausage & mash were drenched in goopy gravy. Fosters was really the only good part of the meal!more
This is our work local. They might as well take down the sign and stick a big owl over the door.
It's really not the most glamorous or unique* of pubs, but the staff are super friendly and never seem to mind how much we amble drunkenly up to the bar. The only downsides are that they close at the ridiculously early time of 11.30. This does mean we can catch the last tube home, but who wants...more