Belgravia – Chelsea

04/06/2011 at 18:00 | Posted in Crawls, Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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Rich led us for this Friday evening walk, starting at the famous Grenadier, once apparently a country pub and now tucked away in a Belgravia mews close to Hyde Park Corner.  From here to Kinnerton Street for the Wilton Arms and the rather special Nag’s Head, occasional haunt of local celebrities and, on our visit, a very friendly dog with a penchant for crisps.

The Star followed next, another cracking mews pub with a line in pork scratchings, and then the Antelope, yet another great pub. This brings us into Chelsea at Sloane Square, where we stopped at the Queens Head, a somewhat unusual choice for us lot… Finally we ended with a couple in the Chelsea Potter on the King’s Road.

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  1. […] Artie was in the chair for this one as we navigated some of the finest streets in the capital.  A small group headed towards Belgravia and stumbled accross a few favourites that would appear on later crawls.  The cool Young’s pub “The Antelope”‘s wooden appeal so different to the white mansions and the sequestered Star Tavern in its mews setting are both hidden gems, dwarfed by the edifices around these parts.  These pubs criss-cross a later crawl – see Belgravia to Chelsea […]


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