The Golden Eagle
The public house is an institution in London, hub of most Londoners’ social lives and integral to the city’s culture and identity. The Marylebone Hotel's "local", is The Golden Eagle, on its very doorstep, at 59 Marylebone Lane, a beautiful space that’s become a draw for those in the know. Step inside and you step back in time. Into a place that’s no different to the pubs of Dickens or Conan Doyle (though they would remark upon the cleanliness of the air and the high quality of the ale). The pub features a selection of great ales, porters and fine wines, and even a pub piano, with ivories that are tinkled three times a week by Tony 'fingers' Parsons. Once ubiquitous, the pub pianist is a rare find in the West End these days, so get down to The Golden Eagle and enjoy a great London tradition.
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