Central London based pub, The Argyle, a well-loved Stonegate Group pub, has now reopened following a £185,000 investment into the site. In addition to its comprehensive and uplifting makeover throughout, The Argyle now sports several Jumbrellas on its terrace, permitting the coveted outdoor space to be open to guests all year round.

The venue extends across three floors and is well known in the London city scene for its roof terrace, high quality food offering and expansive drinks selection, which includes over 40 different gins. In addition to the wrap around roof terrace, the site also has outdoor seating to the front and side of the building as well as an underground bar, aptly named, The Vault that will provide additional space for diners.

As part of The Argyle’s refurbishment, the venue has received a complete interior refresh with Pub & Dining branding and a redecoration of the main internal bar area. The Argyle also has new furniture in all areas, including on the terrace to allow flexibility of design for outdoor bookings.

The Vault has also undergone a refurbishment with additional seating to improve and extend dining facilities for guests. In addition, the investment has provided The Argyle’s terrace with a brand-new large screen TV and a number of Jumbrellas, allowing year-round use of the outdoor space. The Argyle is conveniently based within walking distance of both Farringdon and Chancery Lane and is a perfect spot in London’s bustling city for a post work tipple with friends or colleagues, a sun-drenched lunch, or private party.

The site will be reopening with several new beer lines including Birra Moretti, Sal De Mare and Brixton Pale Ale amongst others. For those with sweeter taste buds, The Argyle’s newly launched Summer Spritz menu is a firm favourite. The pub’s non-alcoholic offering is just as sumptuous with a tempting array of signature sodas including Raspberry Lemonade and Elderflower & Rose as well as a plentiful offering of no & low alcohol beers, ciders and spirits.

The Argyle’s highly experienced General Manager Patrick Bee has been with the venue since 2022 and has extensive knowledge of the London marketplace having worked in many of the city’s highly sought after establishments since 2018.

Patrick commented: “I am really excited to be able to take The Argyle forward to the next chapter. The opportunity to make the operation an ‘all year round’ business is the key focus of the project. We have three very different and individual trading areas to suit all the needs of our guests, new and existing. We have enhanced the team ready for the summer and beyond and can’t wait to welcome guests back to our fresh-look premises.”

The Argyle is offering an exciting new weekly events agenda that includes several fantastic offers such as a Wine Wednesdays and Fizz Fridays whereby wine and Prosecco will be discounted weekly on each respective day. For the ultimate post work treat, guests can indulge in two succulent rib eye steaks and a bottle of wine for just £45, every Thursday from 5pm-9pm.

In collaboration with Brush & Bubbles, the painting and Prosecco concept that is taking the city by storm, The Argyle will also be hosting classes each Saturday during the day.

Originally opened in the early 1820s as The Old Leather Bottle, The Argyle, was once a famous jewellery store in the heart of Hatton Garden’s dazzling diamond district, The King of Diamonds. Hatton Garden’s association with the jewellery trade dates back to medieval London and in keeping with its glitzy heritage, The Argyle was named after the rare argyle diamond that is found only in Western Australia.