The Globe pub is a traditional British London pub in Marylebone serving great freshly cooked traditional pub food. We also serve a fantastic range of beers from around the world, warming red and crisp white wines and a fantastic selection of spirits. The Globe Tavern was built in 1735 at the time of the building of Marylebone Road and adjoining Nash Terraces. The Globe is a traditional pub with an interesting past. The first ever service from Holborn Road stopped here. Built next to the Globe, the Metropolitan Railway line is the world's first underground railway opening in 1863 between Paddington and Farringdon Street, to connect the relatively remote terminus of Paddington with the city. Many famous characters have been patrons of the Globe including Charles Dickens who learned of the tragic death of his daughter whilst delivering a lecture. The youngest Prime Minister in British history, William Pitt the younger, was born close by and was likely a customer. This is because In 1773 Pitt suffered an attack of gout, and Dr. Anthony Addington (father of PM Henry Addington) prescribed a bottle of port a day as the cure. Pitt was only fourteen years old but he continued to drink throughout his life. Henry Addington commented 'Mr. Pitt liked a glass of port very well, and a bottle better'. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle worked in nearby Park Road and would have been a regular diner along with the writers, critics and glitterati who frequented the tavern. Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees. With fabulous British food to accompany our drinks, you can relax at this pub over classics such as hand battered cod, chips and mushy or garden peas, traditional British recipe bangers & mash or a classic British roast seven days a week. Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites. We also offer a range of sandwiches and wraps.We are a two floor pub with our main bar downstairs and an upstairs dining area. We also have a large outside area with seating for 36 guests. The Globe attracts a wide spectrum of guests including tourists, business people and sports fans, especially as Wembley stadium is only two stops away by tube.