There are numerous pubs in Marlow, as listed below.
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Review of The George and Dragon
Fantastic food, beautiful service and lovely ambiance.Our waitress Anita provided us with excellence service. Professional, courteous and with a big smile on her face. We felt so welcome. Will recommend and go back for sure.
Rating: 2014-06-26 Laura Murad-Collie
Full pub listing with our views
The latest addition to Marlow High St is a large, upmarket, and over 21s bar. An impressive interior design, but prices are not exorbitant at all.
Cocktails start from 5.95, shooters at 3.50, plus a good range of draft and bottled ales, lagers and ciders. (The real ale is from parent company McMullens brewery). Wine costs from about 13 a bottle.. right up to some quite pricey champagne!
Open until 1am Fri/Sat. Read our detailed review from the opening
in December 2012.
In their own words:An over 21's venue where our aim is to bring you great food and a carefully selected range of drinks with attentive, friendly service that is far from the ordinary. We know that there are few who can match our attention to detail, delivering consistent quality throughout, in a grown up atmosphere that seamlessly adjusts to the pace of your day.
56-58 High Street, SL7 1AH , 01628 472 878Visitor reviews(1)
The Britannia www.mcmullens.co.uk/thebritannia
Large pub to the east of town. Recently redeveloped, and significantly improved. Good value food - traditional pub grub in decent portions.
Our full review on opening is in our blog here.
We will update on atmosphere and everything else once it's been open a short while!
Little Marlow Road, SL7 1HL, 01628 485066Visitor reviews(2)
The Chequers http://www.tmsteaks.co.uk
Pub at the front, and restaurant at the back. The pub area is large and comfortable, with outdoors seating fronting the High St. Brakspears beer is on offer, with a good range of wines and bottled drinks. Good value bar snacks available, if you don't want to give the restaurant a try. DETAILS: Food served: Until 12pm Fri/Sat, 9pm Sun, 11pm other days. Late license: Fri and Sat until 1am. Beer Garden: A few tables on the High St. Parking: On-street only. Children welcome: Yes, in restaurant. Pub is Over 25s only. Wifi: Yes, free for customers. Disabled access? Yes, with disabled toilets.
51 High Street, 01628 482053Visitor reviews(1)
Claytons Marlow www.claytonsmarlow.com
Antosh and Aaron who run the bar inject a real buzz into the place which has a great ambiance, and a friendly welcome. They also excel at putting on some great entertainment - regular DJ nights, live music, film nights, a monthly quiz... and have had some quite high profile "headline acts" at party nights, keep an eye out for those! In the summer there is the lovely little courtyard garden, with an outdoor bar. The food offering is based around tapas-sized portions ideal for a snack or buy a few to share, plus a few mains. Homemade and delicious. We like it there, can you tell?In their own words:Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Marlow High Street we are an independent bar and kitchen owned and run by two friends who share a passion for style, service and music.
Created with the vision of being a destination venue where you can eat, drink and party in style, we combine quality entertainment with real good burgers and lovingly crafted cocktails bringing a touch of London's vibrant bar scene to Buckinghamshire.
16 Oxford Road, 01628 488404Visitor reviews(10)
The Coach www.thecoachmarlow.co.uk In their own words:Brought to you by the team behind The Hand and Flowers. Non bookable.
Open all day. Food service times:
Breakfast 8.00am to 10.30am
Lunch 12.00pm to 2.30pm
Dinner 6.00pm to 10.30pm (9.00pm Sundays)
A selection of sweet and savoury items are available throughout the day.
West StreetVisitor reviews(0)
The Cross Keys http://www.pubinmarlow.com
A busy pub, with a loyal clientele. Big screen sports, and quite often have special events advertised. A pretty lively place. Late Licence: Fri and Sat until 2.30am.
46 Spittal Street, 01628 482522Visitor reviews(5)
Large pub, though the fact it is a (short) walk from the High Street means it attracts less of the tourist crowds, but still has a decent buzz, and we always experience a friendly welcome. Good range of food, and a huge garden - the best pub garden in town I'd say. Family friendly, with children allowed up till 9pm. Has a quiz on Thursdays.. we tried it out and came second. Late Licence: Fri and Sat until midnight.
Station Road, 01628 482022Visitor reviews(4)
The Duke of Cambridge
A decent traditional local pub. A short walk from the town centre, but worth it for a change of scene and pace!
Queens Road, 01628 484994Visitor reviews(1)
The George and Dragon www.tabletable.co.uk
Extensively refurbished in Aug 2008, and is a restaurant as much as a pub (see entry in our restaurant section). Going there on a Friday night we were overwhelmed by the very young average age of clientele, not sure if this is normal, so until we revisit we will rely on your comments..... Late Licence: Fri and Sat until midnight.
The Causeway, 0870 111 2832Visitor reviews(5)
A welcoming and friendly pub with a good atmosphere. Decent beers - a proper pub! They also have a long established Open Mic night on Thursdays.In their own words:O'Donoghues is an oasis for sports fans and musicians wanting to indulge in conversation and observation of their chosen passion as well as been a great place to network after work with superb real ales or quality wine.
15 Spittal Street, SL7 3HJ (find on Google Maps)Visitor reviews(3)
The Prince of Wales
Has a very small front bar, and a larger area out the back where food is served. In fact, because the bar is so small it gives the impression of being busy when there are in fact only a few punters. Serves Thai food, which can also be taken away. Late Licence: Fri and Sat until midnight.
Mill Road, 01628 482970Visitor reviews(0)
The Royal Oak www.royaloakmarlow.co.uk
A great country pub, a stones throw from Marlow town centre. Rebellion beer on tap (3 varieties on my last visit). Decent sized garden with a 'Petanque' area. Most of interior is in effect a restaurant, where the food is of a very high quality, and warrants a fuller review in our restaurant listings.
Frieth Road, Bovingdon Green, SL7 2JF, 01628 488611Visitor reviews(0)
The Ship www.theshipmarlow.co.uk
Popular pub with a cosy and traditional wooden beamed bar in the front, a newer extension out the back and a sizeable, beer garden. The building itself dates from the 16th century. Late Licence: Fri and Sat 12am.In their own words:We serve real ales from the local Rebellion brewery, a good selection of wines, spirits and beers - all in a laid back, fun and friendly atmosphere.
We serve a good range of bar snacks, pizzas and sides 7 days a week.
We show all premiership rugby matches, and have Sky Sports and BT Sport. For those who don't follow sports, we have a jukebox, a pool table and various pub games.
West Street, 01628 484360Visitor reviews(4)
The Slug and Lettuce www.slugandlettuce.co.uk
A spacious pub, attracting a youngish crowd, with a good selection of beers and serving a wide selection of food all day. Part of a well known chain, so nothing like a traditional pub... but does a good job in its target market. DETAILS: Food served: Until 10pm every day. Late license: Fri and Sat until 1am. Beer Garden: Very small (four tables). Parking: On-street only. Children welcome: Yes, until 10PM, kids menu and baby changing. Wifi: No. Disabled access? Yes, with disabled toilets. REGULAR EVENTS: Quiz Night Tuesday, Half-price food all day Monday.
82-84 High Street, 01628 478737Visitor reviews(3)
The Three Horseshoes
Just outside of town, past the Marlow Bottom turn on the way up to High Wycombe. Very highly rated for it's Rebellion beers, and extensive food selection. Worth leaving the town centre to visit - just get someone else to drive so you can make the most of that lovely beer!
Wycombe Road, Burroughs Grove, 01628 483109Visitor reviews(0)
The Two Brewers www.twobrewersmarlow.com
A historic old pub, dating from 1755, and certainly retains the traditional English pub atmosphere. Well known for it's food, which is somewhat more sophisticated than your typical "pub grub", see separate entry in our Restaurant reviews
. Late Licence: Fri and Sat until midnight.
St Peter Street, 01628 484140Visitor reviews(0)