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Bath House

96 Dean Street
Soho
London
W1D 3TD

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Demolished for Crossrail Development.

Owner

Greene King

About the Pub

Redbrick corner pub with attractive bowed windows. The interior has dark mahogany panelling, upholstered bench seating and a bust of Queen Victoria above one of the exits. Licensed in 1741 as the Green Man, the Green Man & French Horn in 1745 and the Bath House by 1855. Rebuilt in 1900 and named after the Earl of Bath's stately pile.

Under Whitbread did spend some time as a 'Sound & Vision' video pub in the early eighties. By the time of closure it was being run by Greene King.

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Bath House, London

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Bath House

96 Dean Street
Soho
London
W1D 3TD

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51.515477, -0.133876

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