The Mahogany Bar
‘... one of the nicest places in London to have a drink.’
"A good place to impress friends with your knowledge of London’s nightlife... Part museum, part theatre, part bar, it’s a must!”
The Mahogany Bar is the oldest part of Wilton’s, built around 1725 as a public house, trading under many names over the years including The Albion Saloon and The Prince of Denmark. In 1828 it was luxuriously and elaborately refurbished with a magnificent mahogany bar and fittings which was unprecedented for a pub interior at that time and earned the nick-name that is still used today. Frequented by the sailing community, the bar's fame spread to every port across the globe and it was even claimed that visiting sailors may not have heard of St Paul's Cathedral but they knew exactly where to find The Mahogany Bar. Sadly, the famous fixtures and fittings of this remarkable bar have been stripped away over the years but the atmosphere lingers on.
The Mahogany Bar serves a carefully selected range of beer, wine and spirits, locally sourced where possible.
During the Chrysalis Club
The main bar is surrounded by a number of smaller rooms including our Cocktail Bar. During our Capital Project
building work, taking place July 2014 - autumn 2015, these spaces will be
The main bar will remain open and serving throughout the duration, continuing with Mahogany Bar Presents
events as part of the Chrysalis Club season and, of course, plenty of delicious drinks.
We look forward to autumn 2015 when our repairs are complete and we can reveal a fully repaired cabaret cocktail bar, visitor rooms and offer a delicious new selection of food from our newly-equipped
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Free Wi-Fi is available, ask at the bar for the password.
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