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Adam & Eve

Picture source: T C

The Adam & Eve was situated at 163 Kensington High Street. This pub is now in commercial use.
One single bar offers a full measure of hospitality to all who come here. The solid wooden fittings accord well with dimmed lights and murmurous talk. Well-known people may be seen eating sausages. Others, for whom a sausage is not enough, obtain sustenance from large, hot, crumbly Cornish pasties. A further section daily enjoys a heath-giving lunch in the dining room.
This is one of London's small, intimate pubs, an oasis cool with soothing beers, hard by the trade routes of Kensington.
from London Pubs - 1962, by Alan Reeve-Jones

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Patrick Cox 1969/70 My family had moved to London from Austin, Texas. My father became friends with the owner of the Adam and Eve pub. I remember getting into his Bentley in the ally just next to the pub, and the beautiful staircase that went from the pub up to their residence. The owners daughter was my age and named Abigail. We lived at 66 Allen Street.