About Us


The White Hart

Established in 2003.

The White Hart has stood proudly on the corner of Drury Lane and High Holborn for centuries. The Old Bailey archives reveal this corner to be the first and oldest licensed premises in London, dating back to 1216. The White Hart, is infamous for being a local in the heart of the West End. The bar is the perfect mix of classic traditional pub but with a vibrant nightlife and we are somewhat known as the theatre bar for the area. The pub offers a great range of traditional British food and a wide selection of drinks. After dark the venue is transformed as we host a Quiz night each Wednesday and our resident DJ performs each Friday and Saturday night.

Walkers of Whitehall

Established in 2004.

Whitehall’s best kept secret. Built in 1694, it was originally an Irish bank with cashiers upstairs, and the offices and vaults below. These days it has been transformed to a unique and stylish pub with a restaurant and two bars over two different levels. Walkers of Whitehall has now built up a great reputation as an intimate bar for the new generation of bankers, politicians, civil servants and artists.

Walkers is perfect for an escape from the buzzing streets. As a newly free of tie site the business boasts an extensive range of lagers, real ales, and fine wines.

The Marquis

Established in 2007.

Ideally located between Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square, The Marquis is a welcomed retreat from a long day at the office or a full day of exploring the streets. Everything from the ground up is exuding with spirit and history, from the original period architecture, to the contemporary, social atmosphere, down to the favourite classics on the menu and unique drink selection.

The Sun Tavern

Established in 2011.

In the heart of Covent Garden and situated on Long Acre, The Sun Tavern’s past is steeped with the history of the district. Historically, Long Acre was inextricably linked to coach making and later the automobile trade, hence the historic architecture and prominent high arches.

Now operating as a bar, The Sun Tavern provides a traditional pub atmosphere with a contemporary, vibrant twist. Bustling with a lively crowd, it’s the perfect place for a cheeky mid-day bevy, post work do or lazy day of indulging in great British food. The venue has two levels both with their own bars. The upstairs bar has its own working fireplace and huge windows that look out onto the street below, so it makes the perfect p[lace to relax particularly throughout the colder months!