What’s The Best Pub In Marylebone? The Results

The winner, by a country mile. Image via Google Street View.

Part ‘M’ of our alphabetical pub crawl around London.

We asked you to nominate your favourite pubs and bars in the Marylebone area. Around 150 votes were cast. Possibly because it’s truly wonderful; possibly because someone was jockeying along the votes somewhat; or probably for both reasons, the Barley Mow received about two-thirds of all the votes. Here’s the top 5…

1. The Barley Mow (101 votes)
=2.  The Duke of Wellington (5 votes)
=2. The Dover Castle (5 votes)
=2. The Golden Eagle (5 votes)
5. The Windsor Castle (4 votes)

The map below shows where the votes went. Green dotted markers show the top four pubs, which will form our pub crawl. The rest of the top 10 are shown in yellow, while all other nominations are in red. (Note: a red pub doesn’t mean it’s a bad pub…in each case, at least one person thought this was the best, and some might be little-known or on the fringes of the area.)


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Our pubcrawl round the top four will take place on Monday 29 April 2013 (we always pick a Monday to ensure the pubs can handle a crowd). Here’s where we’ll go (approx 1 mile)…

6.30pm The Duke of Wellington, Crawford Street
7.30pm The Barley Mow
8.30pm The Golden Eagle
9.30pm The Dover Castle

Would you like to join us? Email matt@londonist.com, so we can keep an eye on numbers.

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