A vintage London pub, The Half Moon serves traditional British dishes to a backdrop of trendy, live music. On the bank of the Thames at Putney Bridge, the pub has entertained and refreshed patrons for decades, with its classic steaks, burgers and fish and chips. It also takes pride in its extensive bar, with a wine-list compiled by the in-house wine expert, real ales and classic cocktails. The Half Moon has a charming, eclectic appearance, with colourful furniture, vintage books and decorations, and deep sofas.
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Venue Details & Map
The Half Moon Putney
93 Lower Richmond RoadPutneyLondonSW15 1EU
- +44 (0)20 8780 9383
- Public transport:
- Putney, National Railway
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If you review this venue as only a bar you would get a low score, it's not the nicest looking place ever.
However it's superb as a live venue, it affordable in terms of entry fee, drink and food price and whilst the drink selection is limited, the food is great quality and you get a lot for your money.
This is a wonderful place to go to see live music and has a great atmosphere in the...more
A live music pub with decades of musical history that Young's wanted to urinate all over by turning it into a gastro pub. This would have been a real shame (and not just because gastro pubs in general suck!) and I salute their recent success in motivating their public to help keep them open as they are.
I did like the look of this pub when I visited a few weeks ago and I enjoyed my pint of...more
Can't believe I'm the first one to review this place!
"But Paul, why would i want to go to Putney?" I hear you cry. "Isn't that.. south of the river?"
Well, only just.
The Half Moon is one of the most historic Rock n' Roll venues in London, the fact it's a lovely pub run by friendly people who love what they do and the London music scene is arbitrary, EVERYONE has played here! I will go...more
Considering how much I love music and the many years I have lived in London, it is surprising it has taken me this long to make my way to the Half Moon! It is as famous as the bands who played here. On this occasion we went to see Nick Harper who is a bit of a regular. The venue is perfect for this type of more intimate gig.
I don't think I would come back just for a drink, even though the...more
I have visited this pub on several occasions to see the Strawbs perform. This is a rightly famous live music venue, recently refurbed (or refreshed, really).
It has a dedicated live music area behind closed doors complete with its own bar and stage. This is fortunate, as they do charge for their gigs (for the Strawbs around £12 usually). The room is dark and a tadge stuffy, but fits around...more