Hassrale Trips: Marylebone High Street

Date: Tuesday 15th December 1998

From Baker Street tube station walk south along Baker Street until you reach Paddington Street. Turn left and at the end of Paddington Street on the corner with Marylebone High Street is the first pub ….

  1. Rising Sun 79 Marylebone High Street [18:30]
  2. Beer: Marsdens Pedigree, Tetley bitter.

    Split level U-shaped bar with very loud music. Had a large number of TV screens around the walls showing satellite TV music shows. Formally known has the Old Rising Sun.

    Carry on down Marylebone High Street until you reach the next ….

  3. Marylebone Tup 93 Marylebone High Street [19:00]
  4. Beer: Courage Best Bitter, Courage Directors, Marsdens Pedigree.

    Wood panelled young persons pub with loud music. The pub has also been known as Niki’s and the Queens Head, but it has been extensively re-furbished recently.

    On leaving the pub turn down Moxon Street and take the second street on the left. The next pub should be in sight ….

  5. Bricklayers Arms 33 Aybrook Street [19:45]
  6. Beer: Friary Mieux Bitter, Marsden Pedigree, Morlands Old Specked Hen.

    Comfortable back street local with single wood panelled lounge. The pub was quiet, in the trial, until the football started then it suddenly got very full. Large screen for the football.

    On leaving the pub turn right and then take the next left back onto Marylebone High Street. Turn left and you should see the next pub ….

  7. Black Horse 109 Marylebone High Street [20:30]
  8. Beer: Fullers London Pride.

    Locals bar with senior citizens kareoke on Tuesday night. Single room ground level bar with a Thai restaurant upstairs.

    Leave the pub and turn right and walk down Marylebone High Street until you reach Marylebone Lane. A little way down Marylebone Lane is the next pub ….

  9. Prince Alfred 118 Marylebone Lane [21:15]
  10. Beer: Marsdens Pedigree, Adnams Bitter, Tetley Bitter.

    U-shaped bar with foreign bar staff who were learning English. This pub was originally called the Cross Keys until it was rebuilt in 1863.

    Leave the pub and carry on down Marylebone Lane until you reach the final

    pub ….

  11. Golden Eagle 59 Marylebone Lane [22:00]

Beer: Thwaites Bitter, Marsdens Pedigree, Brakespear Bitter.

Compact locals back street pub with one room containing a dart board and piano.

The nearest tube station is Bond Street. Continue down Marylebone Lane until you reach Wigmore Street and you should see St Christopher Place just to your right. St Christopher Place leads you to Oxford Street were you will find the tube station.