Fantastic place so much history the trip down the dungeon was a great experience the guide was so good. When the new cafe opens it will be amazing
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My rating isn't really relevant but I'm really surprised it's closed (sitting in restaurant opposite and scaffolding all round it and neighbouring buildings). Surprised they were allowed to do it and disappointed as it was a real traditional London pub - so much for progress.
This was an EXCELLENT pub! Very well kept beers, good value wines and very good service - a credit to Nicholsons. The whole corner site is being "redeveloped" so it's history. It's passing will be mourned by those who appreciate well kept reasonably priced real...More
We visited this pub during weekend before Christmas 2014 and we're shocked to hear it was being neatly closed due to redevelopment of the block. Anyone know if that has happened? Sad loss, love that place. Good ale and food
In the middle of Wigmore Street, this little pub is quite nice for a little stop off. But as it is small, it is more of a Summer venue where you can stand outside.
No signs on your closed pub telling your patrons what you're doing or have done with this old pub! Nicholson's ...have you sold off this pub to property developers??!! I hope not as it is always busy and obviously makes a profit. If you have...More
Pontefract Castle is a large pub with 3 storeys and is a nice, pleasant place for a pub lunch. The menu consists of many pub favourites including burgers, fish & chips, bangers & mash, etc. I ordered for fish & chips which was very good...More
Have been using this as a meeting point with Friends for the last 30+ years. Arrived yesterday 22.1.15 and it was closed without any notices explaining why or staff illness etc. Had to find another meeting point 150 Yards approx away = The Devonshire Arms...More
Needed a venue for Christmas lunch for 14 of us: convenient location at the top of the spiral staircase so we could all fit round one table, and it suited us very well. Food was good (both the festive fayre of al-la-carte), it arrived swiftly...More