Pubs & bars in Cowley

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  • 3 Steps in Cowley has a beer garden. The pub is a family friendly pub, it serves food. 3 Steps has an outside area. The pub has DJ's, it has karaoke. 3 Steps has live music events. The pub has a pool table, it has a big screen. 3 Steps shows football on TV. The pub has Sky Sports, it has terrestrial TV.

  • A traditional family run pub serving delicious food and serves a great variety of beers including new guest ales every week

  • Malt Shovel in Uxbridge has a beer garden. The pub has a car park, it has disabled facilities. Malt Shovel gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners. The pub is a family friendly pub, it serves food. Malt Shovel has an outside area. The pub serves real ale, it has a real fire. Malt Shovel has free WiFi. The pub is a member of Cask Marque.

  • The Runway Bar & Kitchen is one of Cowley’s premier Gastropubs; the perfect space to indulge, relax, and socialise in comfortable and inviting surroundings. Step into our pub and you’ll discover stylish interiors, an impressive selection of food, and a gr

  • Rafa Battle Of Britain Club in Uxbridge has a beer garden. The pub has a function room that can be booked, it has an outside area. Rafa Battle Of Britain Club has a dart board. The pub has live music events, it has a pool table. Rafa Battle Of Britain Club has a big screen. The pub shows football on TV, it has Sky Sports. Rafa Battle Of Britain Club has terrestrial TV.

  • Paddington Packet Boat in Brunel serves food. The pub serves real ale, it has live music events. Paddington Packet Boat shows football on TV. The pub has terrestrial TV.

  • The WatersEdge is a family run, independent restaurant, bar, function and wedding venue in Cowley, near Uxbridge.

  • A pleasant split level pub with beamed ceilings, dating from around 1830, whose name derives from the clay pipes that used to be made on the premises. Remnants of this cottage industry are still occasionally dug up in the garden which leads down to the Ri

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