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142 Shaftesbury Avenue Covent Garden
The interior has a number of nooks and crannies suitable for intimate gatherings and a leisurely drink and bite to eat. Having said that, the menu has a selection of quick serve dishes for those in a hurry, or indeed those with time to spare, with ham and eggs, chicken carbonara, beef and ale pie and breaded scampi tails to entice. Sandwiches and jacket potatoes are also on hand as are burgers and hot dog and fries. One can eat well at the Marquis for about £5 and imbibe in the house ales of Courage Directors and Best. Also on draught are Guinness, Kronenbourg. Fosters and John Smith's and a good selection of wines, shots and shooters.
The Marquis of Granby is a favourite haunt of sports enthusiasts. There is a widescreen sports TV, large enough to be seen by all, showing ONdigital with European Champions League football and Six Nations rugby.
This is a lively pub, especially in the evenings, and the clientele is an interesting mixture of locals and visitors to London.
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|Marquis of Granby Pub|
|142 Shaftesbury Avenue|