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Ultimate Guide to the Best Pubs

Ultimate Guide to the Best Pubs


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This list was curated by TimeOut on 28 January 2020.

In conjunction with Friendspire, Time Out has picked 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 spots will certainly be worth visiting! There are 55 places to choose from on this list, so you're sure to find a new destination to go in London
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Pub with 18 hand-pulled beers & ciders. Casually decorated independent pub with a long bar and a guaranteed minimum of 18 beers and ciders.

Francophile pub with a bohemian crowd. Compact bar hung with photos, where literary crowd prefer wine to beer and embrace the no-tech rule.

17th-century pub with riverside decking. Thames-side pub with small bar, upstairs restaurant and tables on wooden deck overlooking the river.

Community-owned pub in a 1930s building. London's first pub co-operative, with draft ale and food plus original interior and stage for bands.

Local pub with live music at weekends. Traditional alehouse saved from demolition, with piano and live entertainment at weekends.

Modern brewpub in Georgian building. Serious beer drinkers' pub with a compact menu where each dish is matched to one of 20 craft brews.

Long-running pub with a Thai menu. Built in 1868, this pub with traditional decor offers a changing beer list, Thai food & board games.

Cosy, rustic pub with log fire & garden. Wood-beamed pub with fireplace and a leafy garden, serving traditional Sunday roast dinners.

Guinness & live music in busy Irish pub. Themed live music nights and chilled Guinness on tap draw the crowds to this lively Irish boozer.

Snug bar with snacks & a courtyard. Craft beer and bar snacks served in a cozy, relaxed pub with colourful accents and a courtyard.

Rambling pub with bamboo-filled garden. Rambling pub with bric-a-brac and vintage posters, plus spacious beer garden and menu of Thai food.

Quirky, Spanish style & vinyl jukebox. Snug, upbeat, late-night spot with worn banquette, picture-laden walls and vinyl jukebox soundtrack.

Relaxed pub with 22 beers on tap. Boasting 22 beers on tap, this easygoing pub serves familiar British fare with a roast on Sundays.

Independent film screenings & bubble tea. Quaint coffeehouse that shows indie films & serves a long menu of snacks, local beers & bubble teas.

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