The Londoner Pub, a traditional British pub with several locations around the Metroplex, will celebrate it’s new home on Greenville Avenue with a launch party Saturday, February 23. Themed a “British Invasion” the event will embrace and share all things British. Partygoers will enjoy live music by A Hard Night’s Day – a Beatle’s tribute band; Photo/Video Booth, Signature English Cocktails, Delicious Craft Beer, and Savory Pub Fare.
The Londoner Pub has been the go-to venue for soccer matches; craft beer and English fare since Barry Tate opened his first Dallas pub in 1990. Mr. Tate’s newest location in Dallas has settled in the historic Greenville Bar and Grill (GBG) location originally established in 1933.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to call this historic space our newest Dallas home. It has such a wonderful feeling of a new space with an old soul. This incredible block has always been the heartbeat of lower Greenville Avenue and feels even more distinctive today since coming back strong following its tragic 2010 fire.” – said Barry Tate, Owner of The Londoner.
The new pub has also expanded into the old Mick’s Bar and is nestled between Terrill’s and Dodie’s on the 2800 block of lower Greenville. The Londoner boasts 2 incredible levels of deep rich wood and traditional British style as well as a beautiful rooftop patio that offers wonderful views of the avenue and it’s charming neighborhood. Both the mezzanine floor and rooftop patio can be booked for private events.
About The Londoner:
Owner of The Londoner and proud Brit Barry Tate opened his first of many pubs, London Tavern in 1990 eventually spawning The Londoner in Addison in 1995. Since then Mr. Tate has opened locations in McKinney (later sold), Uptown/Dallas, Frisco, Allen, Baton Rouge, Greenville Avenue/Dallas and is currently opening a Fort Worth and Colleyville location.
For more event information and to RSVP: thelondonergrandopening.eventbrite.com