Pubs & bars in London

Trying to find pubs in London? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got every pub and bar in the UK listed. Whether you’re looking for a pub or bar in London to play darts, somewhere to play pool or just want to have a look at a menu before you go, we can help.

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  • One of the most exciting new pubs in central London, The Admiralty is a voyage of discovery that takes its theme from the decks of HMS Victory.

  • The Silver Cross is a large English pub situated in the heart of London just a few steps down from Trafalgar Square along Whitehall. Half of the pub was once a Pizzaland Restaurant before it was knocked through and made into The T&J Bernard concept.

  • A 1995 Wetherspoon bank conversion, formerly the premises of bankers Messrs Cocks Biddulph & Co (later to be absorbed by Martins Bank and finally Barclays Bank), the building was designed by Richard Coad and built 1870-73.

  • The Old Shades is an iconic Grade II listed traditional pub that has been serving the people of London since it was originally built in 1898. Ideally situated in the heart of Westminster, just off Trafalgar Square, The Old Shades is a favourite amongst lo

  • The Rooftop is a space for sipping individually crafted cocktails and drinking in the inimitable city view. Complete with alfresco and canopy-covered seating, the sky-high space lends itself as a year-round experience.

  • Welcome to Halfway To Heaven – a great, lively, friendly venue for the LGBT community of London. We are situated between Charing Cross Station and Trafalgar Square.

  • A short wander down on Whitehall from Trafalgar Square brings you to the very heart of London; The Clarence. An elegant and indeed damn fine traditional British pub with a historic charm.

  • The Two Chairmen is thought to be one of the oldest pub businesses in Westminster and is located in a small cul-de-sac between St James’ Park and Parliament Square.

  • The Ship & Shovell is the only London pub in two halves, situated on either side of Craven Passage linked only by a tunnel which also contains the kitchen and cellar.

  • Before Charing Cross Station was built, there was a village named Charing. People met there to drink on their travels. Not much has changed then.

  • All Bar One Villiers Street is a stylish city bar where you can catch up with friends, unwind after work or simply find a sophisticated space to indulge in an excellent selection of food and drink.

  • Traditional pub serving Yorkshire ales, with rough-and-ready floorboards, original wooden booths and tiling.

  • A great pub in the heart of London - CAMRA's West London Pub of the Year 2014. 10 real ales, real ciders. A place to meet and make friends.

  • Our second child, The Marquis in Covent Garden is ideally situated within a few minutes walk of some of London’s greatest landmarks, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Soho to name just a few.

  • Inside you’ll find Victorian grandeur combined with elegant, first class contemporary comfort which sets The Royal Horseguards Hotel apart as one of the finest hotels near Westminister, houses of Parliament.

  • Superbly located just off Villiers Street between Charing Cross and Embankment, we are a little gem of a real pub in the heart of London.

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