The Marylebone premises, renowned for its Irish Edwardian restaurant and waitress-serviced Guinness, became Institution for West End office workers, tourists and local residents.
The business comprises a basement function room, a traditional Irish bar on the ground floor, a 70-seat restaurant on the first floor, and a three-bedroom flat across the top two floors.
Local entrepreneurs Gina and Oliver John have reopened it as The Conduit, a Marylebone village community pub.
Intrinsic Property sold the business for a sum close to the asking price of £600,000-plus.
By Angela Frewin