• Jamaica Wine House


    St Michaels Alley,Cornhill,The City,London EC3V 9DS,UK, EC3V 9DS [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 11 reviews

    Tucked away in St Michael's Alley, part of a labyrinth of charming medieval courts and alleys off Cornhill and Lombard Street in the City, the Jamaica Wine House was originally London's first coffee house which opened in 1652 and was visited by Samuel Pepys.

  • The Grazing Goat


    6 New Quebec Street, W1H 7RQ [map]

    Yelp 4 out of 5 Based on 44 reviews

    The Grazing Goat is a Public House & Hotel located within Portman Village on New Quebec Street, just off Portman Square, minutes away from Oxford Street and Marble Arch.

  • Adam & Eve


    The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, NW7 1RL [map]

    There has been an inn where The Adam & Eve currently stands for well over two centuries, and it is easy to see why as the elegant Edwardian property stands almost isolated in its beautiful Mill Hill Village setting surrounded by greenbelt land and opposite a protected woodland.

  • The Albion


    10 Thornhill Rd, Islington, N1 1HW [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 47 reviews

    The Albion is a Georgian gem left over from a time when Islington was fields and farmland, and where the regulars would take afternoon walks out of the city to visit us.

  • The Angel and Crown


    58 St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, WC2N 4EA [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 3 reviews

    A West End gastro pub with a touch of artsy charm, The Angel and Crown serves a simple yet hearty selection of classic British flavours.

  • The Atlas Pub


    16 Seagrave Road, Fulham, SW6 1RX [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 7 reviews

    As soon as you walk into The Atlas you'll feel an immediate warm welcome – fresh flowers, wood paneling and floorboards, black and white tiling, and brick fireplaces.

  • Bedford & Strand


    1a Bedford Street, WC2E 9HH [map]

    Yelp 4 out of 5 Based on 23 reviews

    To book a bar table for drinks, please call - 020 7836 3033 Bedford and Strand, wine room and bistro, answers the ongoing demand in London for honest and straightforward bars and restaurants.

  • The Beehive Pub


    126 Crawford Street, Marylebone, W1U 6BF [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 19 reviews

    Life is as sweet as honey here at London pub restaurant The Beehive.

  • Bleeding Heart Tavern


    19 Greville Street, Clerkenwell, EC1N 8SQ [map]

    Dating back to 1746 the Tavern offers a traditional neighbourhood bar with real ale from Adnams and a light lunchtime menu for those pressed for time.

  • The Blues Kitchen


    111 - 113 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 7JN [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 54 reviews

    The Blues Kitchen is London's very own home of blues and rock'n roll music.

  • The Bollo House


    13 Bollo Lane, Chiswick, W4 5LR [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 28 reviews

    At The Bollo, everything is homemade and the menu is entirely governed by what"s in season.

  • Bull & Gate


    389 Kentish Town Road, Camden Town, NW5 2TJ [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 3 reviews

    There's live music almost every night at The Bull & Gate, making it a great place to see new and unsigned bands before they hit the charts. Blur, Manic Street Preachers, Ash, British Sea Power, PJ Harvey and The Libertines are among those who've graced the Bull & Gate stage in the past.

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  • Castle


    140 Victoria Road, Acton, W3 6UL [map]

    The Castle is a large pub with a covered patio area and beer garden.

  • The Coach & Horses


    26-28 Ray Street, The City, EC1R 3DJ [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 14 reviews

    The Coach and Horses in London's Clerkenwell is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed gastro-pub serving modern European cuisine.

  • The Dartmouth Castle


    26 Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, W6 0LS [map]

    Yelp 4 out of 5 Based on 12 reviews

    Our aim is to ensure that the Dartmouth Castle is, first and foremost, a pub.

  • The Drapers Arms


    44 Barnsbury Street, London, N1 1ER [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 22 reviews

    The Drapers Arms is a lovely 1830s pub in a residential area of Islington.

  • Duke of Kent


    2 Scotch Common, West Ealing, W13 8DL [map]

    The Duke of Kent has an interesting history that dates back to Georgian times.

  • The Fox and Grapes


    9 Camp Road, Wimbledon Village, SW19 4UN [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 12 reviews

    The newly refurbished Fox and Grapes has the feel of a country village pub, despite its southwest London location - right on the edge of the Common in Wimbledon.

  • The Fox & Hounds


    66 Latchmere Road, Battersea, SW11 2JU [map]

    Yelp 4 out of 5 Based on 6 reviews

    We have been at The Fox and Hounds since 2000 and we pride ourselves on remaining true to the traditional sense of the term 'gastropub' with equal attention paid to 'gastro' and 'pub'! We have a regularly changing Mediterranean menu with daily specials, an international wine list and a full range of beers, including 4 real ales on tap at any one time.

  • The Guinea


    30 Bruton Place, Mayfair, W1J 6NL [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 19 reviews

    At the Guinea, we specialize in serving you aged, grass fed Scotch beef from Aberdeenshire.