Review on The Globe

The Globe Tavern was built in 1735 at the time of the building of Marylebone road and it has a long list of famous patrons in the past including Charles Dickens, William Pitt the younger and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Globe is still occupied by the ghost of William Thornton, a former publican who died there in suspicious circumstances in 1836.

Today the Globe remains much as it was in the 18th Century and serves traditional pub food of good quality like the fish and chips which are par excellence; home made pies and special sausages for your bangers and mash.

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Traditional Pub / British

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 10.00am until
Dinner: 9.30pm (9.00pm Sun)

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card, American Express

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Facilities at The Globe

  • Private dining room
  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • 80 covers


The Globe
43-47 Marylebone Rd
North West London

Nearest tube station: Baker Street

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