Green Man

Greater London Central - London

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

36 Riding House Street
London, Fitzrovia
W1W 7EP

Tel: (020) 7580 9087

Email: enquiry@thegreenmanw1.co.uk

Website https://www.thegreenmanw1.co.uk

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Nearby Station: St Pancras

Station Distance: 1700m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (St Pancras) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

The pub is effectively one room which retains many original fittings, including a decorative screen situated towards the rear which separated a small sung from the main bar before the double doors were removed. There is a colourful Victorian tiled floor at the front left of the room indicating a partitioned passage to what would have originally been a small bar. On the Bourlet Close side is a door that leads through a short passage to the rear part of the bar i.e. the pub looks to have had four small rooms originally. There is a wooden floor throughout.

There is a centrally placed, almost square servery with Victorian panelled bar counter – note the two different treatments with wooden decoration on the front three sides and round arched panels on the rear part. Very little remains of the bar back fitting and the pot shelf is modern.

Rebuilt in 1899 it is a four-storey building of brick with a ground floor frontage having Larvikite with red granite pilasters (and capitals painted dark green). Note the elaborate lower window frames containing some etched and cut glass panels with broken pedimented central sections.

The pub is effectively one room which retains many original fittings, including a decorative screen situated towards the rear which separated a small sung from the main bar before the double doors were removed. There is a colourful Victorian tiled floor at the front left of the room indicating a partitioned passage to what would have originally been a small bar. On the Bourlet Close side is a door that leads through a short passage to the rear part of the bar i.e. the pub looks to have had four small rooms originally. There is a wooden floor throughout.

There is a centrally placed, almost square servery with Victorian panelled bar counter – note the two different treatments with wooden decoration on the front three sides and round arched panels on the rear part. Very little remains of the bar back fitting and the pot shelf is modern.

The screen has more etched and cut glass panels, the part over the servery has carved heads at the top both sides and a double faced clock. In the rear area there is a old wood surround fireplace with a modern interior.

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