The Audley

The Audley

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The Audley is precisely half way between Oxford Street and Piccadilly and it has all the vim and vibrancy of those two world-renowned streets. It's a beautiful pub. The traditional wooden interior (it even has a carpet) clashes superbly with the arty ceiling and other creative flourishes. It doesn't feel like Mayfair at all.

The bar at the Audley
Panorama of the bar. And, yes, that is Mr Tim Dunn in the pink shirt. And check out the funky ceiling, which will be considered a heritage feature in 100 years.

The drinks selection is serviceable — four cask pumps and a wide selection of kegs. The food menu is playful, with an extensive spread of snacks (from scotch egg to London rarebit to something called cockle popcorn). And have a good sniff on the way down to the toilets — some kind of arty musk hangs in the air. The place is a sensory joy.

The photos you see above are from the geekiest London pub crawl ever, when Tim Dunn, Ian Visits, Diamond Geezer, Geoff Marshall and Londonist's Matt Brown all sat down for a Londony natter.

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Address: 41-43 Mount Street London W1K 2RX

Phone: 020 3840 9862


Monday: 11am-11.30pm

Tuesday: 11am-11.30pm

Wednesday: 11am-11.30pm

Thursday: 11am-11.30pm

Friday: 11am-11.30pm

Saturday: 11am-midnight

Sunday: 11am-10.30pm

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