Friendspire created this list for you on29 January 2020.
In conjunction with Friendspire, Telegraph has selected these as some of the very best places to visit in London. So if you love to go out and eat with family, or have a drink with friends, then these places will certainly be worth visiting! There are a total of 24 places on this list to choose from, so you'll definitely destination your next destination... Read more
Stylish pub with notorious history. Elegant pub with bookcases and chandeliers, famous for notorious 1960s criminal/showbiz clientele.
Quirky pub with a traditional vibe. Tucked-away venue offering a selection of beers & real ales in a cosy, eclectically furnished space.
Mews pub with grenadier-themed decor. Tiny former officers' mess with grenadier-themed decor and unique pewter bar, serving ales and food.
Francophile pub with a bohemian crowd. Compact bar hung with photos, where literary crowd prefer wine to beer and embrace the no-tech rule.
Victorian pub with elaborate tiles. An 1897 pub notable for its fancy glazed tiles, once frequented by John Constable and George Orwell.
Classic pub with exterior full of plants. Classic pub with a plant-decorated exterior & eclectic, memorabilia-filled interior.
Georgian pub with original wood panels. Traditional Georgian pub, former haunt of Charles Dickens, once known for bare-knuckle fights.
Beer & pub grub in 17th-century alehouse. Small pub with 1602 origins, popular for lawyers' case-closing celebrations and real ale.
Historic 1920s pub with vaulted ceilings. Cavernous pub built in the 1920s but with characterful older features, a long bar and wooden booths.
Bright & spacious pub with terrace. Pub in former concert hall on a public green, with outside terrace and original Victorian features.
Traditional pub serving homemade bites. A traditional 1547 real ale pub, tucked away in a small alleyway, with framed historical pictures.
Venerable pub with beer & hearty fare. Historic gathering place doling out carefully sourced pub grub, wine & draught beer.
Pub in former jail with wall frescoes. Victorian pub, one-time jail and former gin palace with original gin booth and grand wall frescoes.
Unique Art Nouveau pub. Traditional pub with Henry Poole's Art Nouveau reliefs reflecting the friary that once stood there.
17th-century galleried coaching inn. Authentic 17th-century coaching inn and pub with oak beams and large courtyard seating area.