The Tom Cribb a great place to stop for a pint while on a day out in London. We are situated in the heart of London's theatreland as well as being close to the National Portrait Gallery, St James's Square and Fortnum and Mason.
The pub is named after British champion bare-knuckle boxer Tom Cribb who, in the 1800s, retired from the ring and later became a publican, at the Union Arms. The pub changed its name to honour his career. Tom is buried in St Mary Magdalene Churchyard, Woolwich, where there is a memorial to him and the pub celebrates its heritage with boxing prints and photos on the walls, including Lennox Lewis and Henry Cooper.