This month's top ten pubs from Fancyapint.com is topped by the Grosvenor Arms in Mayfair. This boozer, whose landlady Rosemary is reported to be a "bit of a character", is being closed down on the 16 March by its landlords, the London Mututal Society. We don't know why but you can help the regulars make a fuss about it on Facebook. And visit while you can.
The Fancyapint reviewers also made it out to Tooting this month and turned up two excellent taverns.
- Grosvenor Arms (Mayfair)
Get here before the meanie landlords close this place down on the 16th, enjoy good beer and hear fine musicians
- Prince George (Dalston)
Rightly popular in this neck of the woods, the Prince George is an excellent local.
- Southampton Arms (Tufnell Park)
Beer and cider - actually very good beer and cider.
- Tooting Tram & Social (Tooting)
A good pub and a good music venue - some excellent bands, often for free.
- The Market Porter (Borough)
Forget the food market, come here for the booze - there's a huge range of ales on offer.
- Lord Clyde (Borough)
Family tradition, going way back, in this fine Victorian pub.
- The Selkirk (Tooting)
Tooting's friendliest boozer? We think so.
- Prince Albert (Camden)
One of the best pubs around here and, yes, we did call it a "hidden gem".
- King Edward VII (Stratford)
A bit of everything for everyone in Stratford's finest pub.
- Counting House (Bank)
It's all about going to the pub at Fancyapint.com.
A bankers' palace now given over to boozing.
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Last Updated 05 March 2011