While wandering through the streets of London in search of an affordable drink, my friends and I stumbled upon a small pub, called Angel in the Fields, in Marylebone near the Bond Street tube station.
It's a quaint, traditional pub, reminiscent of a Medieval tavern. Angel in the Fields has two floors, with a bar and seating area on each. The cosy atmosphere makes it a perfect spot for retreating from the frigid night air.
The bartenders greeted us with a smile and the service was incredible. They were very friendly and joked around with the customers as if they were old friends.
At one point a man abruptly got up from the bar and sprinted to the loo, then proceeded to bang wildly on the inside of the door. The bartenders broke out into a frenzy of side-splitting laughter, and the majority of the pub's patrons were quick to join them. My friends and I found this incident highly amusing, especially in our slightly altered state, and it seemed that we had found a very jolly pub, indeed.
But the most rewarding part of Angel in the Fields was receiving the check. The prices are extremely reasonable, by London standards, and I was proud to say, for once, I did not break the bank on an evening out.