51 Upper Berkeley Street,Marylebone,London W1H 7QW,UK, W1H 7QW
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Three weeks before my trip to London, I asked the hotel I stayed at (which is three doors down from this pub) for a list of restaurants they recommended in the neighborhood. They sent me a list of 30 different, moderately priced restaurants. The Mason's Arms did not make the list and probably for good reason.
I didn't get a good vibe from the place to start. The gentlemen at the bar...more
A real nice local pub. We stayed across the street at a crappy hotel.
The bartender was friendly and the atmosphere cozy. Upstairs is a cool section with seating that was being underutilized the day I was there. Some food is served, although I didn't try any so I can't report on that. If you are in the area, worth a check out.more
This pub is painted fire engine red on the exterior and is frequented by locals. It is conveniently located on the corner, a few doors away from where we stayed at the Hotel Sumner. It has a history of being a holding place (in the cellar) for prisoners who were on their way to be hanged nearby at Marble Arch at the Tyburn Tree (a wooden tri-legged gallow, not a real tree), built in 1571....more