With summer just round the corner, we have rounded up London's best beer gardens, some included for their bucolic looks and fine foliage, some for their summery drinks or irresistible barbecues and some for their beautiful riverside location. Why not track down your nearest alfresco supping spot.
Established since the early 1700’s, The historic Canonbury Tavern is a proud feature of Canonbury Place, serving an impressive array of real ale, craft beer, spring cocktails and more.
Offering you superb food, a fantastic selection of drinks and friendly staff in beautiful surroundings.
Useless for sport, only shows it with sound muted
The Crabtree is a newly refurbished iconic Victorian pub set on the river in Fulham. It has stunning views of the Thames River from its extensive beer garden & riverside terrace.
The Crooked Billet is a large pub offering a good selection of real ales, craft beers and traditional pub grub.
The Crown & Greyhound is an iconic South London pub, ahead of the game in providing the perfect setting for a unique and memorable drinking and dining experience.
Amazing pub, Going to go there from now on
Gin & Tonic
There are loads (and we mean LOADS) of craft beers- cask to glass London ales, big brassy tanks of lager & crafty bottles, not to mention bloody good wines and harder tipples.
Hidden away on the leafy avenue of Perth Road, tucked behind Finsbury Park, you'll find this charming, well loved Irish pub.
A grand old dame of a pub situated opposite Brockwell Park. Large beer selection, ales brewed from its on-site micro-brewery, Large garden, Dedicated Childrens play room (out the back).