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Pub & bar guide London SW5

If you're looking for the best pubs in London or the best bars in London then you've come to the right place. We've got listings for every pub or bar in the area, and with more and more becoming fully registered members every day there's more and more that you can find out about what's going on and who's who.

Perhaps you're looking for a pub that shows all your favourite sport on tv or somewhere to watch live music.

Whatever you're looking for UseYourLocal is a great place to start your search for great pubs.

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  • With an outstanding reputation for great beer and delicious homemade food, The Blackbird is one of the best pubs in Earl's Court.

  • Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Bolton is located on the corner of Earl’s Court Road and Brompton Road, in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London’s smallest distri

  • Pub, dining and fabulous studio Theatre all packed into a beautiful old building in South Kensington. Lots of craft beers, great theatre and very tasty food!

  • A warm and welcoming pub whether you choose to prop up the bar with a pint of beer or tuck into glorious grub accompanied by a glass of some very fine wine indeed; so great an escape from the crowds around South Ken you'll be tempted to linger...

  • Earls Court Tavern in Kensington and Chelsea has a beer garden. The pub serves food, it has an outside area. Earls Court Tavern serves real ale. The pub has free WiFi, it is a member of Cask Marque.

  • The Pembroke, formerly known as The Coleherne, was for many years a landmark gay pub operated by the country's biggest managed house operator, Mitchells & Butlers.

  • Prince Of Teck in Kensington and Chelsea has a function room that can be booked. The pub serves real ale, it has free WiFi. Prince Of Teck has a big screen. The pub shows football on TV, it has Sky Sports. Prince Of Teck has terrestrial TV. The pub is a member of Cask Marque.

  • In the Summer of 2002 after an extensive refurbishment, the current, larger Troubadour opened. The Club and Café continue the legacy of freedom of expression and musical and creative innovation.

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