Addison’s British Pub Shuts After 20+ Years

Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub and Grill, a beloved British-themed pub in Addison, closed after 22 years due to rising costs. It hosted various events and featured live music, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say, 

“Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub and Grill, a well-known British-themed pub in Addison’s bustling Village on the Parkway, closed its doors last month after serving patrons for the last 22 years.

The Belt Line Road location was the bar’s last remaining location in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, after its Arlington location in Lincoln Square closed in 2017. This closure should not be confused with the unaffiliated English-style tavern, The Londoner, which is still open and located down the road.

In its closure announcement posted on social media, the bar said that increasing business costs forced the Addison mainstay to shut down. The bar opened in 2001 and hosted karaoke parties, watch parties, birthdays and other celebrations over the years. It also held live music events, often featuring local artists, on the weekends.”

Sherlock’s menu was a delightful mix of pub classics and Tex-Mex with a twist which include: 

  • Shepherd’s Pie Bites
  • Texas Quesadilals
  • Potato Skins “Popular Demand”
  • Baker St. Nachos
  • Fire Cracker Shrimp
  • Bigg Mozz Cheese Sticks
  • Chicken Tenders
  • Fried Pickles and Jalapenos
  • Hummus Dip
  • Chips, Salsa, Queso, & Guacamole
  • Crispy Cod Strips

The closure of Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub in Addison was attributed to rising business costs, as conveyed in their heartfelt Instagram post on July 31. They expressed gratitude and a sense of loss for their loyal patrons.