Cubitt House’s fifth venue opens on Marylebone Lane

05/12/2017 - 07:00
Cubitt House, a London-based operator of gastropubs and hotels, has opened its fifth venue on the corner of Marylebone Lane.

The renovated Coach Makers Arms is the latest edition to the company’s estate which consists of food-led pubs, The Thomas Cubitt and The Alfred Tennyson, and public house/hotel’s, The Orange and The Grazing Goat.

The venue is made up of a ground floor bar and a 50-cover dining room on the floor above.

In addition to this, there is also an underground cocktail bar named ‘72’ after The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers, which is the 72nd Livery Company of The City of London.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily using traditional British produce from suppliers such as Trecorras Farm, Lyme Bay fish reserve and Lyons Hill Farm.

Cubitt House says it redesigned The Coach Makers Arms being "sympathetic" to the original architecture of the building.

Interior design agency, Coriander Buildings - who have designed fashionable London haunts including Disrepute, Rum Kitchen, Riding House Café, worked on the bars across all three levels.

The Cubitt House group is run by Gabriel and Marcello Bernardi, two Australian brothers of Italian descent.

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