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The Duke Of Wellington, Marylebone, W1

94A Crawford Street
W1
W1H 2HQ

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Blackthorn _ left this review about The Duke Of Wellington

In may ways this really seems to be more of a trendy wine bar than your traditional pub, with it’s chunky wooden tables, each with a candle on as well as some small candelabras in the window and reclaimed wooden floorboards but it’s a pleasant enough place I suppose, although it was very noisy on a recent Friday evening visit.

It’s a light and airy place with large, dual aspect windows, a dark maroon ceiling and leather bench seating around the perimeter. There is also a small amount of outside seating. There was an extensive wine list chalked up on a board next to the bar, which unusually listed the vintage as well as the grape and the vineyard. These were all available by the glass and there was a further wine list available in addition to this.

Beers on tap were London Pride, Doom Bar and Black Sheep. They also had Addlestones cider which made a pleasant change from most of the sweet, fizzy concoctions that you get around these parts.

On 28th March 2011 - rating: 6
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Oggwyn Great left this review about The Duke Of Wellington

Late review from May , friendly food based pub , 3 real ales on Pride , Black Sheep . Seating outside a pleasant place to sit and watch the world go by on a sunny afternoon .

On 16th December 2009 - rating: 8
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Duke Of Wellington

This is another restaurant pretending to be a pub. The façade is now painted that dark grey that these sort of places seem to like. But the Black Sheep Bitter was pretty good - £3.20 a pint though. Can’t see any real reason to return.

On 17th December 2008 - rating: 4
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Marnie Yaz left this review about The Duke Of Wellington

Hi
does anyone recall a man called Eamonn O'Keefe? He owned a printing business in Crawford Street?

On 29th November 2004 - no rating submitted
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