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Written by Luke Bull - 09 October 2023

The 6 best pubs to visit in Marylebone

One of London's most fashionable areas, Marylebone is known for its world-class dining. Just when you think a pub can't be of such high esteem, it most certainly can.

For hundreds of years, pubs have been part of what it means to be British. It is a place where we find ourselves oscillating from one to another, whether it be celebrating football to Sunday lunches or even a drink after work or a weekend pub crawl, we just can't stay away.

As we all have a bit of experience when it comes to understanding a good pub from a great pub, you need not worry, as we have done the analysis already.

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grazing goat best pubs Marylebone
grazing goat best pubs Marylebone

1. A traditional British pub in Marylebone: The Grazing Goat

Marylebone, London

For a rustic and intimate setting, The Grazing Goat pub in Marylebone is a great venue to go to.

If you are looking for somewhere to go for a Sunday lunch, The Grazing Goat provides a warm and cosy setting, alongside seasonal and hearty meals of high quality. Such as the Bacon & Cheese Burger, red onion jam, Harrisa mayo and fries.

With the traditional aspects of a country pub - the comforting food and local ales, The Grazing Goat offers a variety of rooms and a restaurant, separate from the pub.

So, if you are interested in privately hiring a space for up to 150 people, this will be a suitable venue.

It’s just a short walk from Marble Arch station and you’re there.

coach makers arms best pubs Marylebone
coach makers arms best pubs Marylebone

2. A Victorian pub in Marylebone: The Coachmakers Arms

Marylebone, London

A Victorian Pub with a splash of decadence; The Coach Makers Arms in Marylebone.

With a rustic interior and stained glass windows, this pub has carbon-free dining and trusted suppliers, so everything they serve is ethically sourced and seasonal.

All the dishes are made in-house, from fresh ingredients. Whether it be Mount Grace Lamb Rump, Sweetbreads and Madeira Jus or Baked Cod, Wild Garlic & Mustard Butter on Fried Sourdough with bread crumbs, you will have a high-quality pub dining experience.

The Coach Makers Arms offer private hire for up to 100 people, with a variety of different spaces to choose from.

SIR JOHN BALCOMBE best pubs marylebone
SIR JOHN BALCOMBE best pubs marylebone

3. A classic pub in Marylebone: Sir John Balcombe

Marylebone, London

Just around the corner from Baker Street station in Marylebone is Sir John Balcombe pub.

This pub has a rustic interior, with exposed brickwork and high ceilings, where the ever-changing menus match the ever-changing seasons. From a steak & ale pie to a Quinoa & black bean chilli, the food has a home-like quality to it.

Something that attracts the masses, is their drinks packages. From 6 lagers of your choice for £25 to 4 bottles of wine for £70, there are many options.

Sir John Balcombe offers private hire for up to 150 people with food and drink packages available and a team who will help you with your booking.

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the barley mow best pub marylebone

4. A Pub with pies in Marylebone: The Barley Mow

Marylebone, London

For a warm and friendly atmosphere, in Marylebone near Nine Elms station, you can spend your time at The Barley Mow.

It isn’t the most stylish pub on the block, but if you are looking for a relaxed and comfortable spot, this wouldn’t be a bad pick.

The Barley Mow has a rustic decor, with high ceilings and walls covered in vintage tin signs - it is your typical pub. Although, most typical pubs don’t have award-winning ‘Pieminster’ pies as The Barley Mow does.

The Barley Mow does not offer private hire, so if you are looking to have your own space, other pubs will be better suited to your needs.

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cock and lion best pub marylebone

5. A quintessential British pub in Marylebone: Cock & Lion

Marylebone, London

Another great pub venue; Cock & Lion is your traditional warm and rustic pub.

Just around the corner from Bond Street station is Cock & Lion. A warm and rustic interior welcomes quintessentially British pub food with modern bistro elements.

Whether it be a Mature aged sirloin with Bloody Mary tomatoes and Padron peppers or a buttermilk chicken burger with Chimichurri mayonnaise, all the meat on the menu is ethically raised, sustainable and is something which Cock & Lion care about.

Private venue hire is available for larger parties through enquiry.

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the cavendish best pubs marylebone

6. Marylebone's most stylish pub: The Cavendish

Marylebone, London

A glamorous and buzzing pub not far from Regent’s Park station; The Cavendish.

This modern-chic pub has recently refurbished The Lounge where private hirings can take place. With the addition of the private dining room, up to 60 people can use both of these spaces.

The Cavendish focuses on employing fresh, seasonal produce to produce high-quality food, such as Asparagus, Broad bean and pea risotto with pecorino. Not only do they take pride in their food, but their drinks too, with a wide selection of cocktails and wines.

More of the best pubs in Marylebone

Everyone loves a Marylebone pub, and booking your own exclusive space in a pub or hiring out the entire venue is a great idea for an event. With so many great pubs near you to choose from, it can be hard to find a boozer to accommodate your private booking. We've rounded up the best in Marylebone, from gastro-pubs for a Sunday roast and cask ale to pubs with beautiful gardens for a few pints of beer in the sun. Have a look at all our top pubs, with private hire options near you. Alternatively, tell us exactly what you need and we'll make sure the very best Marylebone pubs respond to your enquiry.

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How to hire a pub in Marylebone

We know that finding a venue the old-fashioned way (where you trawl the internet, contact 10 venues or set your heart on one, only to find that they're out of your price range and not even available on your dates) is a pain, and there are a few pitfalls between you and booking your perfect pub. Getting the venue-finding process down to a professional art is what we’ve made our mission ever since we took on the events industry. We often get asked the same questions, so here's what we recommend to quickly and easily hire a space in Marylebone.

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For pubs in Marylebone, you're spoilt for choice. Here are a few extra special ones that we vouch for:

The Cavendish – For fresh, seasonal ingredients, warming meals and great drinks, stop by Marylebone's most stylish pub.

The Grazing Goat – For cosy Sunday roasts, this Marylebone pub has got you covered.

There really is no one answer to this question: so many variables come into play when understanding the cost of exclusive hire of a pub or a private space in a pub. How many guests are you planning for? Is the venue for the day, an afternoon, or the night? The good news is that you can find a venue for pretty much any budget (okay, almost any budget). Instead of letting the venue dictate the price, our advice is to be proactive and set a budget that you feel comfortable with – this way the right venues can reach out to you through HeadBox.

There are lots of ways to book a Marylebone pub. You can do the old-fashioned thing and pick up the phone, or email the venue directly. Unfortunately, lots of venues are busy and may not get back to you in time. That's where we come in. Give us your enquiry and we'll reach out to the best pubs in Marylebone and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.

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