1 Lupus Street, Westminster, London, SW1V 3AS
Website 0207 821 7573
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A busy traditional pub, almost opposite Pimlico Station, with a lively clientele. Built in 1841 by Thomas Cubitt as part of his Pimlico Triangle and originally the Perseverance, it became the Queen of Denmark in 1984 before adopting its current name in 19

Above the comfortable, carpeted lounge bar, decorated with interesting prints and offering TV sports, there is indeed the eponymous mezzanine providing extra seating and bookable for private parties, as is the area to the rear of the bar. The menu offers a range of classic pub dishes, plus burgers, ciabatta sandwiches and sharing platters, all at prices considered reasonable for the area. If you do not want to eat in the bar there is a restaurant room upstairs.

Note alcohol not for sale until noon on Sundays.

latest pub news, offers & events

Croatia v England

Happening on 12/10/2018 [Expired]

England travel to Croatia to play their first-ever away match in the Nations League on Friday, and although the game is being played behind closed doors you can still catch all the action live from the comfort of your local!

Kick off at 7:45pm.

Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

England v Italy

Happening on 27/03/2018 [Expired]

After seeing off the Dutch last week, England are going for back-to-back wins as they host Italy at Wembley tonight for the second friendly of the international break.

Catch all the action here, with coverage from 7:30pm followed by an 8pm kick-off!