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These Signature Victorian Awnings® have been installed at the Eagle Traditional pub in Ladbroke Grove, London The awnings have boxes manufactured in FSA accredited hardwood which has been painted to match the facade showing off the natural charm of painted wood. The fabric covers are in black/seashell striped canvas with branding in contrasting black to the valances. All our Victorian Awnings® are designed to suit buildings of historic value and are often specified by caring councils for conservation areas, however, the striking appearance can look just as impressive on modern substrates.
Just a short stroll from Ladbroke Grove station is The Eagle public house . Spread over two floors, downstairs is a classic, relaxed pub complete with wood fire and spectacularly fresh Truman’s Raw beer, which sits grandly above the central bar in two impressive copper tanks. The Eagle is currently the only place in London you can buy tank fresh Truman’s Raw tank beer; which is a very special statement. Upstairs is the Spirit Station and Cocktail Cupboard. This glamorous dining space and intimate cocktail lounge are both sumptuously decorated, as perfect for that cosy dinner as they are for a lively party. The food showcases the best of seasonal British produce with an intriguing Bavarian twist, pairing perfectly with their fresh beer.
Ladbroke Grove is named after James Weller Ladbroke, who developed the Ladbroke Estate in the mid-19th century, until then a largely rural area on the western edges of London. The Anglican church of St Michael and All Angels in the road was designed by James Edmeston and built in the Romanesque style in 1871. Hablot Knight Browne, the cartoonist who illustrated Charles Dickens' novels as "Phiz", lived at No. 99 in 1872-80.