The Globe Tavern was built in 1735 at the time of the building of the Marylebone Road and adjoining Nash terraces. The first ever omnibus service from Holborn stopped here, also the world’s first underground railway – the Metropolitan – was constructed under the road a few feet from the pub. This is now a large, very busy and well established pub directly opposite Baker Street station with an outdoor seating area and large upstairs bar/restaurant. Alcohol sale is licensed from 10am and food is served all and every day from an extensive menu until around 21.00. Popular with tourists. The ghost of William Thornton the publican in 1836 is said to still walk the cellar, following his murder on the premises. Likely to be London brewed beers on offer.