Which Is The Best Pub In Marylebone?

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Which Is The Best Pub In Marylebone?

Part ‘M’ of our two year mission to visit the best London pubs, alphabetically.

We're now half-way on our epic mission to tour London's best pubs in an A-Z stylee. This time round, and on to part 'M', we're sticking pretty central and selecting Marylebone for our beery pleasures.

We always choose the route of the pub crawl based upon your votes. So, please nominate your favourite pubs in the Marylebone area, and we'll reveal the results at the end of the week.

Here’s how to play:

  1. Let us know (in the comments below, on Facebook, or by tweeting #bestMarylebonePub) your favourite pubs in the area.
  2. We’ll tally up the votes in a couple of days.
  3. We’ll then arrange a pub crawl around the four most popular choices. You’re welcome to join us.
  4. Our definition of Marylebone for this purpose is the area bounded by Oxford Street (south), Marylebone Road (north), Edgware Road (west) and Great Portland Street (east).
  5. By ‘pubs’, we’re using a shorthand — you can also vote for bars.
  6. You can nominate more than one place. All nominations count as one vote, whether you rank them or not. Likes on Facebook and retweets of someone else’s vote are also counted as new votes.
  7. Venues should be open to the public with no pre-booking, entry fee or membership required.

So, where shall we go?

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Last Updated 03 April 2013

David D

The Marylebone on Marylebone High Street.


The Globe on Marylebone Road.


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street


The Windsor Castle on Crawford Place, or The Dover Castle, Weymouth Mews


Barley Mow on Dorset street


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street - best chilli in the world. And I love the little booths - apparently they used to be for pawnbrokers....!


Barley Mow on Dorset St!


the gunmakers, 33 Aybrook street


Glad to see others have suggested it - the Barley Mow is charming and oozing with character and friendly faces.

Nick Wilcox

The Harcourt Arms on Harcourt Street


Definitely has to be The Barlow Mow on Dorset Street: cosy atmosphere and friendly customers and staff!

Mark Walley

Outside of the Barley Mow, I quite enjoy the Tudor Rose, though it's no where near a great pub. And the Angel in the Fields is a nice Sam Smith, though again, not a great one. I do quite like –and I say this fearfully for risk of down votes– the Bok Bar. The Thai food is good, it shows a much better range of sport than just the standard premiership football, and you can hide round the corner from the TVs. It also has a darts board, though it's not quite got the length you need to throw it properly.


The Barley Mow



Nancy Machens

The Barley Mow on Dorset Street is by far the very best!
Shepard's Pie is delicious.


The Barley Mow!


the Barley Mow - love it!


The Barley Mow!! :)


The Marylebone on Marylebone High Street! It's a great pub although I'm probably prejudice considering I used to work there. Still under the same management from when it was the Marylebone Tup but with a swanky cocktail bar upgrade. It's not to be missed.

Camilla Cresswell

The Barley Mow on Dorset Street


The Barley Mow!


Barley Mow on Dorset Street is really good


Barley Mow - they have really delicious chilli to go with your pint and lovely historic panelled booths.


The Barley Mow, easy!

Dave H

The Duke of Wellington on Crawford Street, I reckon.


Got to be The Barley Mow


Definitely the Barley Mow. Beautiful pub, lovely crowd, cracking landlady.


The Barley Mow, easy


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street - the chilli is delicious!

anair beverly

The Barley Mow handsdown winner!


Got to be The Barley Mow on Dorset street, friendly atmosphere and great beer!


The Barley Mow is the best. Fun Pub Quiz on Sats


Barley Mow!


I agree with the Barley Mow - friendliest pub in London and delicious home made chilli


The barley mow is awesome

Mark Walley

Oh, just realised that your Marylebone extends all the way to Great Portland Street. In which case, the Mason's Arms on Devonshire street should get a mention. Good Thai food, good beer. Great pub dog if it's around. Also does food on a weekend, which lots of central pubs beyond the shopping districts don't.


THE BARLEY MOW - for the pub quiz & friendly bar staff !


Barley Mow


The barley mow!!

Anna from Berlin

The Barley Mow

Joanna Moncrieff

The Dover Castle, Weymouth Mews. Sam Smiths pub and one of my favourites in London. Am amazed only one other person has voted for this.

Camilla Cresswell

The Barley Mow

Roger Orf

The Barley Mow on Dorset Street!


The Barley Mow in Dorset Street


The very friendly Barley Mow in Dorset Street sells the best Chilli and has a wonderful range of beers and Ales


The Barley Mow is a great pub! Always friendly


The Barley Mow rocks!


Barley Mow!


The Grazing Goat is brilliant if you like gastro-pubs and the service is amazingly friendly


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street - a sweet small pub excellent stopping point.


The Barley Mow on Dorset Street - quirky, friendly and great food.


The Barley Mow is definitley one of the best but there's also the Prince Regent and The Marylebone. Controversially, I'm also a fan of the Golden Eagle too. Definitely worth a visit. I also enjoy The Thornbury Castle on Enford Street too...

Cecilia Goodlad

The Barley Mow in Dorset Street

Eoin philpott

The barley mow, Dorset street- absolute gem.