This bar has air conditioning and serves food.
Other pubs close to this one:
The Chequers Tavern is in Duke Street, less than ¼ mile from Walker's. The Chequers Tavern is a cosy traditional English pub with fruit machines and satellite TV. They serve a range of traditional English pub food.
Director's Lodge Club is at 13 Masons Yard, less than ¼ mile away. Director's Lodge Club offers a fully licensed restaurant serving Thai food. They also have live resident bands and cabaret acts during the evenings.
1707 Winebar is in Piccadilly, less than ¼ mile from Walker's. Nestling within Fortnum & Mason's Fresh Food Hall, 1707 Winebar designed by David Collins, famed for his work with the Wolseley. Named 1707 in honour of our foundation year, the wine bar allows you to order a bottle of almost any wine from the adjacent Wine Department for only nominal corkage, as well as offering an extensive selection of wines by the glass.
The Golden Lion is at 25 King Street, less than ¼ mile away
Davy's At St. James's is in King Street, less than ¼ mile from Walker's. Davy's is a chain of wine bars and restaurants where a wide range of wines and champagnes can be found as well as traditional English food. Situated a short walk from Green Park Tube Station, Davy's At St.
Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar is a pricey Seafood restaurant in Duke Street, less than ¼ mile from Walker's. Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar serves an English menu full of old fashioned favourites such as liver and bacon, shepherds pie and a range of seafood including oysters, served in a manner that recalls the likes of Jeeves and Wooster. Catering for private parties of up to 36 guests is available upon request.
Matsuri St. James's is an expensive Japanese restaurant at 15 Bury Street, less than ¼ mile away. Matsuri restaurants are upmarket Japanese outlets serving dishes such as sushi and sashimi. They offer a set dinner menu with 8 courses as well as a range of smaller meals.
Quaglino's is an expensive European restaurant in Bury Street, less than ¼ mile from Walker's. This enormous restaurant is one of Conran's earliest contributions to the London eating out scene and serves modern European cuisine. The atmosphere is buzzing and animated and generally full, so booking is advisable.
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