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Mont Blanc restaurant

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Opened sometime early in the 20th century by Alphonse Pasquier. Edward Garnett (1868-1937), an English writer and critic, fostered the careers of many literary figures by hosting weekly Tuesday literary lunches. As well as the names on the plaque these lunches were frequented by: Norman Douglas, W. H. Hudson, John Masefield, Stephen Reynolds, Edward Thomas, H. M. Tomlinson, W.B.Yeats and Ford Madox Ford.

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City of Westminster Site of the Mont Blanc Restaurant where leading writers,...

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