Blue Posts, Cork Street

The Blue Posts was a tavern in Cork Street, Mayfair, located in London, England. In Dinners and Diners (1899), Nathaniel Newnham-Davis describes visiting the tavern with an old gentleman who requests an unassuming, non-French restaurant. Newnham-Davis describes the interior of the restaurant and “its tiled floors, its stained-glass windows and doors, its wall-papers of quiet artistic shades, its electric light” (47, Google Books.) He explains that rump steaks were the specialty of the house, which features English cuisine.


Latitude: 51.510113427977
Longitude: -0.141424834728