59 "Pub" Restaurants in London.
The Walrus is a Brighton pub that has a classic downstairs boozer, a sophisticated dining room, and a huge roof garden all rolled into one.
The Duke of Wellington is a proper pub where pints are pulled, the Premier League is playing, and the pool table always has a pound coin put down.
The Dog & Bell is a brilliant old school boozer in Deptford that isn’t lacking in pints, personalities, and outside space.
A cool and casual independent pub in Tooting, The Wheatsheaf does one of the best roasts south of the river.
One of London’s most iconic live music venues, The George Tavern is a pub that’s perfect for a memorable evening.
The Shacklewell Arms is a big pub with a big smoking area in Hackney Downs that’s also a live music venue.
A classic old school boozer in Fitzrovia, The Newman Arms is a great spot for pints and pies.
The Effra Hall Tavern is no-nonsense pub with screens, live music, and Caribbean-inspired pub grub.
The Yucatan is no-nonsense multi-screened sports pub that lets you bring whatever food you like, if you ask nicely.
The Compton Arms is a little pub in Islington serving some tasty small plates and one of the best burgers in town.
As pubs go, Harwood Arms is more sophisticated Fulham restaurant than sticky boozer, but either way, the food is excellent.
The Prince is a done-up neighbourhood pub in Stoke Newington with simple but solid food.
The Guinea Grill is a tiny pub in Mayfair with an old school restaurant specialising in excellent steaks.
Marksman is a pub/restaurant with excellent, elevated British food in Shoreditch. It’s good anytime, but don’t miss the Sunday roast.
The Union Tavern is just west of Little Venice, and though it doesn’t have the best pub food, it does have one London’s best canal-side terraces.