Welcome to The Londoner Greenville
The Londoner maintains the authentic feel of a true British Pub experience.
Two-stories of deep rich woods (and a roof deck!), hand crafted bars, traditional pub decor,
and even a fireplace all invite you in to meet your friends, new and old, for a pint.
Soccer is a part of British culture that has not been forgotten here. All the Londoner locations show live games when they are available.
Originally selling fruit and vegetables in a London street market in Soho for fifteen years the owner, Barry Tate, finally got tired of the wind, rain and cold (typical English summer) and decided to turn a derelict railway station in London into a French Creperie and wine bar. After four years he still could not pronounce the items and wines on his own menu, so he sold the business and came to Dallas (you lucky people.)
Once in Dallas, he bought into a sign business, but being sixty feet in the air inside a McDonald’s sign scared the McCrap out of him. So he returned to the restaurant business, again opening a French creperie (will he ever learn?) on lower Greenville Avenue. Six months and about ten customers later he closed the business and reopened as the London Tavern (1990) eventually spawning the Londoner in Addison (1995), McKinney (2002-later sold), Uptown Dallas (2008.), Frisco (2009), Allen (2010) and now Greenville (2012).
How successful he will be remains to be seen. But, as he sees it, at least he can pronounce the items on the bloody menu now!