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As Marylebone grows ever more gentrified with each passing year, this backstreet local seems ever more out of place in its surroundings. No bad thing, of course. A paint job tidied up the room a few years ago, but the Golden Eagle remains what it’s been for years: an unpretentious, comfortable-as-old-slippers little boozer (and we mean little; seating’s limited to a couple of tables and a string of bar stools along the front window), not hugely charismatic but pleasingly untouched by corporate hands and always serving two or three well-kept ales.
Try to make it for one of the thrice-weekly piano singalongs (‘On the Street Where You Live’, ‘Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye’, and so on), led by Tony ‘Fingers’ Pearson, which make a jolly counterpoint to the barman’s relentlessly weary demeanour. An absolute peach.
59 Marylebone Lane
|Transport:||Tube: Bond Street tube|
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-7pm Sun|
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