Nags Head

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    A public house called The Nag’s Head has occupied 10 James Street since at least the 1670s. The current building is an example of Neo-Jacobean pub architecture (P. E. Pilditch) and was erected in 1900 being one of the 30 plus listed buildings in the Covent Garden area.

    McMullen & Sons, a family Brewer purchased The Nag’s Head in 1927 for then the pricely sum of £7,525 GBP – God bless the London property market! Breakfast at The Nag’s Head was documented in 1970s Old Covent Garden photography book by Clive Boursnell called Covent Garden Then and Now, capturing the epiphany of good times at the Nags. An era where the pub would open at 5am for market traders and pint bottles of milk was a thing!