Public House and Dining Room on corner of Horatio Street and Hackney Road, refurbished in summer 2015, shortlisted for best New Restaurant in 2016 Evening Standard Restaurant Awards, and serving the best of local beers, ales and largers bottled and on draught. Also offering an extensive Bar Menu and with Restaurant Dining Room upstairs.
Enjoy our seasonal food, along with an exceptional list of craft beers and fine wines in our upstairs Dining Room, a space specially designed for us by celebrated designer Martino Gamper - book in advance online or by telephone to be sure of a table or just stop into the bar and ask, we often have tables free for walk-ins. Restaurant shortlisted for Evening Standard Best New Restaurant Award.
Wonderful food, friendly service, beautiful wines and to-die-for desserts mean that we can be busy - avoid disappointment and book ahead.
Jay Rayner from the Observer Food Magazine ate at the Marksman - here is a snippet of his review.
Ananda Pellerin from Time Out ate at the Marksman. Ananda wrote this in her review of the experience.
Tom Harris and Jon Rotheram source the most delicious ingredients of the season and source the best wines and local ales, beer and lager. They design their menus around what's important to us all - great food and drink.
A vintage vinyl jukebox, live music on sundays and late night events with djs, The Marksman is not all about serving great food and drink, but serving in a great environment.
Find us and get in touch with us here. Discover what our chef owners, Tom Harris and Jon Rotheram, have been doing.
Hire our beautiful dining room and have our fabulous chefs cook exclusively for you and your friends - take the bar too and have a good old knees-up
Tim Hayward came to the Marksman to eat and wrote an article for the Financial Times about us - read some of what he had to say here.
From Cookbook Dinners with Fergus Henderson or Jeremy Lee to fantastic New Year's Eve celebrations, feasting and DJs to live music on a Sunday night with Alan Weakes, Big John Carter Hands of Rhythm or Jonny Holliday. It's the events we do that make us more than just a bar and restaurant.
Sunday morning breakfast before or after picking up flowers at Columbia Road Flower Market, bacon buns, horatio street sweet buns, coffee and tea to eat in or take away, a lunch menu that starts at midday and goes on until 8pm, and a live music programme. Sundays at Marksman Public House should be the focus of everyone's week.
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