Brief History and Location
According to information provided by the pub, the building housing the Three Greyhounds dates to around 1910. The exterior of the four storey building is mock Tudor and features artificial timbering, lead casements and small gables.
There has been a licensed premises on the site since 1847 and prior to that it was home to various shops. The building was first known as ‘The Three Greyhounds’ in 1927.
The pub is located in the south-western corner of Soho near Charing Cross Road and Cambridge Circus, just a stones throw from a variety of other pubs including others from the Nicholsons chain. Just a few doors away is the Soho’s famous Coach and Horses pub.
A small but well stocked bar dispense 6 real ales with Fullers London Pride and Nicholson’s Pale Ale always available. When I visited in December 2012 beers from Mordue, Kelburn, Brentwood and Milestone were also available. Like other pubs in the area, expect to pay prices approaching £4 a pint for some of the ales.
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The Three Greyhounds
25 Greek Street
Tel: 020 7494 0953
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