Lock-in at the Coach
London late nights are on a roll, and it looks like there is no stopping us! The Coach & Horses has been holding its doors open ’til late and lock-in’s have been part of the late night fun during the night time and early hours of the morning.
The Coach is not the average club; going more for a cozy atmosphere with chairs and couches to hang and talk, a fully stocked bar, a cigar corner, darts, (with a league starting soon i am told), a cozy fireplace for the cold nights ahead, and above all an amazing and friendly staff and patrons always ready to help and welcome you to London with the friendliest words.
Coach & Horses is putting out a late night scene like no other.
Grab A Beer At The Coach
People who are looking for that last place to hang out, grab a beer, sit and chat, or dance til they drop have got a home.
Come today to see why Coach & Horses is how your night should end!
In the real world there is a pub also called the Coach and Horses. Our pub in London drew it’s inspiration from this historic watering hole.
Dating back to 1770s, the Coach and Horses is thought to be one of the first properties to be built in Bruton Street. Standing as a handsome establishment steeped in history among its more modern neighbours.
The Coach and Horses’ beautiful exterior stain glass windows marks this pub as one that is hard to miss. The pub was once connected at the first floor to another building. However, after its neighbour received considerable damage, the original building had to be pulled down. It was later rebuilt in 1933 for William Younger & Co.