Green Park Pubs
Found yourself with a few spare minutes to kill in Green Park? Who wants to check out Mayfair in all its might when you could be discovering a top quality SW1 boozer instead? Certainly not us, which is why we’ve put together this list of our top 5 recommended pubs in the Green Park area.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Another Green Park hotspot is Ye Grapes, a classic English offering with a mouth-watering Thai twist. Brimming with Victorian charm, a comfortable atmosphere and an imposing selection of real ales, the good folk at 16 Shepherd Market have been keeping Londoners well fed and watered since 1882!
A quintessentially British joint dealing only in the finest of cuisine and ales, it's no wonder you'll see satisfied revellers pouring out onto the street on a regular basis. Open 365 days a year from frighteningly early in the morning to late at night, this homely Mayfair spot is literally there for you whenever you need it.
Situated within a breezy stroll of Green Park station is The Kings Head, a traditional pub renowned for its real ales and top quality pub grub. It's also one for the historians too; the folks in charge couldn't decide whether the name referred to Charles II or George II - so they depicted both on their sign to play it safe.
With 15 specialty draught beeres, real ales aplenty and mouth-watering fresh pub food, you could call The Market Tavern something of a Mayfair maestro. Come by on a Sunday with a paper tucked under your arm, and prepare for one of the best roast dinners in the area.
A warm and cosy Green Park pub, Coach & Horses suits after work drinks and catching up with a friend down to the ground. More traditional than gastro, you'll find this ale-heavy drinkin den on Bruton Street, with a great selection of British food, beers and wines to boot.