Landmark Irish bar in London's West End is sold

25 October 2007 by
Landmark Irish bar in London's West End is sold

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

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