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View of post box and street lane

Pub crawl...


2 – 3 hours

If you visit London, it would be a crime not to visit at least one of its iconic, Victorian pubs! Londoners love a pint (or three!) Below you will find our pick of the best pubs which combined make for the top pub crawl in the area. Always check with our Concierge beforehand as some pubs require advanced booking. We would be delighted to arrange a booking for you


First stop…

Shepherds Tavern | 7 Shepherd St, Mayfair, London W1J 7HR
Our first stop is a beautiful, Victorian pub in the heart of Shepherd Market, the former red-light district of London. You may spot one or two familiar faces from the townhouse enjoying a post-work libation, be sure to say hi.


Round 2…

Punchbowl | 41 Farm St, Mayfair, London W1J 5RP
Turn onto Curzon Street and then take the first left onto Queens Street, which leads on to Chesterfield Hill. The Punchbowl is located on the corner just ahead of you. An adorable, authentic little pub, that aside, the Punchbowl’s real claim to fame came about when it was bought by film director Guy Ritchie and pop diva Madonna in 2008. Being owned by such a famous duo turned out to be a mixed blessing: the pub began to attract the likes of David Beckham, Robert Downey Jr, Leonardo DiCaprio, Justin Timberlake and Jude Law along with Royalty like Princes William and Prince Harry.


Third round…

The Only Running Footman | 5 Charles St, Mayfair, London W1J 5DF
Exit the Punchbowl and continue onto Farm Street, turning left onto Charles Street. There you will find The Only Running Footman, a Mayfair institution which is named after the footmen who were in service to the households of Mayfair.


Last but not least…


The Guinea Grill | 30 Bruton Pl, Mayfair, London W1J 6NL
Take a left on Charles Street, and, once you arrive at Berkeley square follow the square around to the other side where you will see The Guinea Grill on Bruton Place. A historic London pub, this is a great place to finish with one of the best steak and kidney pies in town


To get home, simply walk (or crawl… depending on how many drinks you’ve sampled) around Berkeley Square, turning left onto Curzon Street and taking the first left onto Half Moon Street, where The Townhouse awaits you.