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Situated in Mayfair, just a short walk from Piccadilly the King's Arms is about as traditional as you will find in London. The problem with London traditional is that it generally isn't. It tends to be just a bit fake for the tourist. In this...More
Dropped in for pint of well kept IPA on a busy buzzy Friday evening. There's 2-3 similarly busy pubs in close proximity and I love the traditional atmosphere in the timeless Shepherd Market. Lots of suits reflecting the high density of money/investment based business in...More
We came here as we were staying nearby, and although downstairs is very small, the upstairs area is huge, but was reserved as it was the last day of the Six Nations. The sound was so quiet, even the England match was barely audible, and...More
My husband and I, weary travelers, were so happy with this lovely stop. Definitely a neighborhood gem! Fantastic music and delicious food!! Who says pub fare is blah?! I had a delicious tomato/red pepper soup, a lovely side salad and decadent onion rings. My taste...More
nothing unusual about this place, but nothing bad either. take a moment to stop and admire the bar counter and all the wooden flourishes, then grab a pint or drink and stand outside with everyone else and people watch. how much fun you have will...More
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Set beside some of London's best parks and home to world-class galleries, luxurious hotels, and famed thoroughfares, the ultra upscale Mayfair is one of London's most exclusive haunts. Here the shopping is haute, the dining is exquisite, and the nightlife is vibrant. A casual stroll through the area’s chic streets will reveal that Michelin stars and chauffeured cars are practically the norm here. Even
if you're on a tight budget, this exceptionally well connected swath of Central London is worth exploring, if only for the chance to take a peak at the goings on of upper crust English society.