Real Ale Pub & Club Guide
- George & Dragon
183 High Street
MOC.LIAMG@3WNOGARDNEGROEGEHT(020) 8992 3712
At the heart of the historic Acton Town Centre, this welcoming venue has three bars of real character; an atmospheric front bar (now used for seating and live music) leads through to a heritage bar with exposed original features probably from the 17th Century, and a cavernous and stylish back room which serves as the bar and the current;y unused brewery. Beers are usually from Clouded Minds, and two ciders are usually also available from Seacider. The bar features a list of landlords dating back to 1759. The back of the bar is dominated with an impressive array of vast copper and chrome brewing vessels, whilst the large square bar in the centre of the room is adorned by two art nouveau statues. The north wall is covered by a Rousseau style leafy mural.
- Pint of Hops
73 Churchfield Road
ku.oc.spohfotnipa@ofni(020) 8992 6863
New bottle shop in former off license premises. Has a large variety of bottled and can beer. 2 keg taps.
- Red Lion & Pineapple
281 High Street
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@95P(020) 8896 2248
Large two room pub at the top of Acton Hill. The larger room is home to the circular bar, surrounded by red and black tiles. The windows are large with etched and stained tops, giving rise to the pub's local nickname of 'The Goldfish Bowl'. The walls are decorated with historical photographs of Acton and the furnishings are typical Wetherspoons. The smaller room is mainly used by diners and families. Formerly owned by Fuller’s, until 1906 it was two pubs which then combined due to a road scheme, hence the unusual name and layout. Alcohol sold from 9am.
11 Churchfield Road
firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8993 6123
A welcome conversion to real ale. Divided into two parts, the dining area has beige walls and seating plus a pinewood floor whilst the bar area is much darker with much redness and colourfully furnished. The upstairs function room is used by local groups for film clubs, a book club, life drawing classes as well as comedy nights and other live gigs. Brunch served 10-1
- Shepherds Bush Cricket Club
38 Bromyard Avenue
Established in 1882 the club is one of the oldest cricket clubs in London and a founder member of the Middlesex County Cricket League in 1972. The pump clips were turned round recently so the beer may only be keg when cricket is not being played.
- Station House
Station Buildings, Churchfield Road
moc.3wesuohnoitatseht@ofni(020) 8992 7110
Originally the station booking hall, the upstairs is known as the Red Room and houses the open kitchen and bar and is available between 7pm and 11pm (Noon-9pm on Sundays). It can also be hired for private functions and has a large vaulted roof and arched windows. The pub specialises in Southern Italian tapas & artisan pizzas, although a big burger range is also available. The kitchen is open late till 10.30pm (10pm on Sundays). The outside terrace can become busy, especially when the bar is playing amplified music. The building is locally listed.
- West London Trades Union Club
33-35 High Street
(020) 8992 4557
This small and friendly Club – run as a co-operative – combines excellent real ale with a busy cultural and social life. Two real ales are served from a variety of small independent breweries - and particularly from the ever-changing Nelson brewery range. The Acton Community Theatre is upstairs, and regular film shows are also held. The Club is usually closed on Saturdays, but opens on some for special events - see website for dates and details. The local CAMRA branch is an associate member – show a CAMRA membership card or a copy of the Good Beer Guide to gain access. The Club celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2018, and the building has been part of the co-operative movement for over a century.
50 High Street
moc.evil@05llimdniw(020) 8992 0234
Dated 1899 and now run by the Foley family for over 30 years, this two bar pub has recently been refurbished to a high standard. Food is available from 9am till 10pm daily. Friday (bi-monthly) is Karaoke night. League pool is also played here. The pub is locally listed. The pub is proud of its 'community ties' encouraging all local groups including a polish night. Local darts and pool teams also play here.
- George & Dragon 183 High Street Acton W3 9DJ MOC.LIAMG@3WNOGARDNEGROEGEHT(020) 8992 3712
- Acton Green
13 Bollo Lane
moc.esuohollobeht@ofni(020) 8994 6037
Corner pub hidden away behind Chiswick Park station. Built in 1885 as the Railway Tavern, it was renamed the Bollo House in 2000. Spacious, and now best described as a community-centred gastropub with a good ambience. Four ale handpumps often with local London ales. All-day Sunday roasts. Watch pub website for offers.
- Duke of Sussex
75 South Parade
ku.oc.xessusfoekudeht@ofni(020) 8742 8801
The Duke of Sussex is named after one of Queen Victoria's uncles rather than Meghan's husband. It dates from the 1840s and was originally owned by a Suffolk Brewer. By the 1890s it was owned by the Cannon Brewery of Clerkenwell and later by the Lion Brewery, For much of the 20th century it was a Taylor Walker house. Rebuilt in 1898 with a mock Tudor frontage, it has a central island counter with exposed floorboards, alcove seating and etched glass screens. Up to five (but usually three) rotating guest ales are available. mostly from London and the Home Counties. The rear room, the decorative ceiling of which is listed, is dedicated to diners and leads through to a large and welcoming garden with hidden corners. It is both a local and a gastro-pub. There is generally a pub quiz here on Sunday evenings. Next to the terminus of the 94 bus.
1 Evershed Walk, 119 Acton Lane
moc.bupnawseht@snoitavreser(020) 8994 8262
Street corner pub dating from 1871, which retains a local drinking character despite the addition of a well-regarded gastropub area into part of the original garden – still one of the best pub gardens in West London. The ever-present Timothy Taylors Landlord is joined by St Austell Tribute. The pub exterior regularly appeared in a 1980s sitcom, and familiar faces from current TV can often now be seen. From 'Acton's Pubs and Inns (1989) : "At the Acton Green end of Acton Lane, the lane takes a sharp right turn and then a left turn round an old field boundary. On the corner of this last turn stands the Swan. Acton Lane is an ancient way and there was a cluster of cottages here in early days. The pub is however first recorded in 1871 when the publican was James Brown who owned the house when it passed to the Phoenix Brewery, Latimer Road. The area around that part of Acton Lane was built up rapidly during that period. The pub passed to the Law Guarantee Trust and in 1909 to Charringtons. It survived the rebuilding in the area, was renovated and added to ; although the original house can still be seen. It still retains its original garden and some of the trees." It is rumoured that the pub survived demolition in the 1970s as part of the building of the Beaconsfield Road Council Estate next door because the then Leader of the Council was a regular there.
- Bollo 13 Bollo Lane Acton Green W4 5LR moc.esuohollobeht@ofni(020) 8994 6037
- Canons Park
The Hive, Camrose Avenue
moc.nodnoleviheht@sullet(020) 8381 3800
The Hive has three bars: Legends, the Hive Bar and Bar 68 aka the Amber Lounge.
- Hive The Hive, Camrose Avenue Canons Park HA8 6AG moc.nodnoleviheht@sullet(020) 8381 3800
- Colham Green
2 Old Orchard Close
A friendly, family-run free house close to Stockley Country Park on the corner of two cul-de-sacs with additional pedestrian access from West Drayton Road and Stockley Road. An open-plan public area, one of which is for pool and darts. Although parts of the pub can be traced back to the 18th century, recent extensions have seen a restaurant added. A map on the wall in said restaurant displays the pubs and breweries in Uxbridge town centre in the early 1900s. The pub has won numerous awards for the quality of the cellarmanship and held the national Publican/Morning Advertiser award in this area. The cuisine is Thai and English. The pub is locally listed by Hillingdon Council.
- Hut 2 Old Orchard Close Colham Green UB8 3LH moc.buptuheht@yrreg(01895) 437935
Comfortable local’s Grade II listed pub with open fire and a low beamed ceiling. The kitchen is operated by SE Punjabi flavours.
- Malt Shovel
63 Iver Lane
A nineteenth-century, Grade II listed, canal-side building which has retained a little of its character despite being transformed from an old basic boozer into a Harvester Inn several years ago. Now part of the Vintage Inn chain the pub has a traditional bar. Real ale festivals are held annually under canvas in the garden usually around the time of the late May bank holiday. Quiz nights are the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month whilst live music is performed on the first Friday between 9pm and 11pm when the bar stays open till midnight. Food available until an hour before closing. Previously the Shovel.
- Three Steps
Large detached, timber built property with extensive gardens and car park to the rear. Wet driven sports pub with aain bar plus a games and lounge area. Originally built around 1968 as the Fox on the site of the old Cedars. New landlord took over in March 2013 and has introduced an extensive menu of reasonably priced food all day. The pub is now brightly lit and has reinstated real ale.
- Crown High Street Cowley UB8 2NL (01895) 473713
- Actonians Sports Club
moc.snainotca@ofni(020) 8567 4556
The Old Actonians Association Sports Club was formed in 1964 for the purpose of renting the current sports ground from Acton Borough Council. The clubhouse was refurbished in 1999. The bar serves two distinct rooms.
- Benet Club
St Benedicts Church, Marchwood Crescent
ku.gro.yebbagnilae@bulcteneb(020) 8862 2168
The St Benedicts Parish club, called The Benet Club, provides a friendly and comfortable place for parishoners and their guests to socialise and hosts a variety of Parish parties, socials and fund-raising events throughout the year.
- Brentham Club
38A Meadvale Road
ku.oc.bulcmahtnerb@yraterces(020) 8997 2624
The Brentham Club strives to provide something for its members As a social member, you can enjoy all the clubhouse facilities (including the subsidised bar), attend the various social events held throughout the year. Including Music Nights, Race Nights, Quizzes, Karoke and many more. Or you can join the members playing Scrabble and Cribbage in the bar or watch live sports including premiership football, six nations rugby, cricket and of course Wimbledon. There are two bars with live sports viewing facilities so even if there are conflicting sports on you are sure to be able to see what you want!
- Castle Inn
36 St Marys Road
email@example.com(020) 8567 3285
Opposite the University of West London, the pub's clientele includes lecturers and students as well as locals. A menu of British food is available, and there is a weekly quiz on Wednesday Nights, open mic on Thursday, and live bands on Saturdays. All major sporting events are shown on the pub's four plasma screens, with two sky boxes allowing the screening of different games. A waist height wooden partition is the location of the old snug at the front. There is a secluded beer garden hidden at the rear with picnic and outdoor cafe style tables.
- Drapers Arms
25 High Street
ku.oc.gnilaesmrasrepardeht@yriuqne(020) 8579 4107
Refurbished in April 2014 to a high standard resulting in lots of exposed brickwork, wooden or mosaic flooring, this dark L-shaped multi-levelled pub with part-white, part-purple ceiling is now a Castle branded M&B establishment. Walls are adorned with photos of Ealing, some surreal in nature and also include a print of the former drapers that used to occupy this shop unit. Furnished in the usual modern style of a mixture of high tables and sofas. Whilst there is a reasonably wide selection of real ales, the guests are priced around £4,20-£4,30 a pint making it and sister pub the North Star the most expensive in Ealing. Craft keg beers from Meantime and Camden are also available. Quiz night Tuesdays from 8pm.
- Ealing Central United Bowls Club
The Pavilion, Craven Road
Purchased in 1911 with a new clubhouse built in 1972. Social members welcome.
- Ealing Cricket Club
ku.oc.ccgnilae@reganam(020) 8997 1858
The current clubhouse was built in 1900 and retains many of its original features.
- Ealing Lawn Tennis Club
moc.tenretnitb@gnow_rotciv(020) 8992 0370
Founded in 1882 the club moved to its present site in 1906 and opened the new clubhouse in November 2008. It has a 60" plasma TV showing major sporting events (incl Sky) and is used for other social occasions such as Karaoke evenings. The bar is primarily run by a Bar Committee that comprises of volunteers who also staff the bar.
- Fox & Goose
ku.oc.srelluf@letohesoogdnaxof(020) 8998 5864
A pub has been on this site for over 300 years, the frontage of this one dating back to 1830 and apart from the loss of the tiny public bar, a mid 1990s refurbishment did little to alter the interior of this welcome refuge from the infamous gyratory system. Much of the single open-plan bar is stone flagged with much wood in evidence. A 2018 refurbishment was less sympathetic - the stained glass has gone, the wood panelling has been painted and laminate flooring laid and the bar has moved! Pub now does a loyalty card, buy 9 drinks and get 10th free.
- Grange Tavern
29 The Common
ku.oc.sgnuoy@egnarg(020) 8567 7617
A former Watneys house dating back to 1873 replacing the Cricketers, it was bought by Young's in 2007 from the Spirit Group and a major refurbishment followed. The pub now prides itself on its food and drink. A daily menu of freshly prepared dishes is available throughout the pub from the open kitchen including in the raised dining area. The walls are decorated with stills and posters from various films. Tuesday is poker night, Thursday is the quiz and comedy is on occasional Sundays. The pub boasts two rooms that can be hired for functions - the upstairs reading room with its own bar and large screen TV and the Summer House.
1 Ealing Green
ku.oc.5wevorgeht@ofni(020) 8567 2439
Large open-plan establishment but with plenty of nooks and crannies. Previously the Queen Victoria and Finnegan's Wake before being renamed following a major refurbishment in 2010. There is now a mixture of exposed brickwork, dark wallpaper and even darker ceilings. Books and a variety of bric-a-brac are on shelves. A further refurbishment has seen half the pub devoted to dining. . A quiz takes place at 7pm every Sunday. Beers are from a mixture of breweries, primarily from London and the Thames Valley. Occasional tap takeovers are held, The large heated front and side garden is popular and overlooks historic Ealing Green and the Grade 1 listed Pitzhanger Manor House.
- Harrison's - Delicatessen & Vintners
60 Pitshanger Lane
(020) 8998 7866
Off license and deli with option to consume any wine, beer or food from the shop with a 40% surcharge. Many bottled beers available including some from nearby Weird Beard.
- Haven Arms
33 Haven Lane
ku.oc.gnilae-smranevaheht@seiriuqne(020) 8997 0378
Small pub re-built in 1872 on a quiet backstreet near the centre of Ealing, Refurbished and extended in 2003, the Haven Arms is now a comfortable locals’ pub. On the left hand side, signed football shirts adjourn the walls and is also home to the pool table and darts board. Board games are also available. Poker is on Mondays, Quiz night is Thursdays. The food is locally sourced, prepared and cooked fresh in the kitchen.
- Kings Arms
55 The Grove
moc.gnilaesmrasgnikeht@ofni(020) 8567 0606
Refurbished in March 2009, this backstreet local is another of Ealing's best kept secrets. The focus is now on quality food which includes a Sunday Carvery with a choice of Beef, Lamb, Gammon, Turkey and Pork plus all the trimmings. There are eight hotel rooms above the pub. A Function room was created from the former garage. Events happen most days of the week including a quiz and pizza night on Wednesday, live music on Friday and steak night on Saturday. There is pavement cafe seating outside with awnings providing some shelter from the elements.
- New Inn
62 St Marys Road
ku.oc.sgnuoy@nniwen(020) 3437 1411
Rebuilt in 1897 by the Isleworth Brewery, this establishment was refurbished and extended more recently with a conservatory that links to a former outbuilding and later a smoking solution with sofas. There is a very large paved and decked garden with over two dozen picnic tables plus a couple of garden benches. A plaque commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee is on the front of the building.
- North Star
43 The Broadway
ku.oc.gnilaeratshtroneht@yriuqne(020) 8579 0863
Three room ex Ind Coope pub each one divided by a fireplace. Following a 2014 refurbishment the front bar has been removed. Still much wood and many large mirrors in evidence, there is now some bare brickwork and wood painted white with fake blotches. The white ceilings help give a brighter look. Lots of comfortable sofas and tables from low to high. The garden patio runs beside the pub and is partially covered and heated. Built in the early 1800's, it is locally listed as it "displays a very unusual design. Also its compact scale and eclectic detailing represent a novelty within the townscape of The Broadway."
297 Northfield Avenue
ku.oc.srelluf@nnihguolp(020) 8567 1416
Popular with all ages and a real hub for the Little Ealing community, the pub features a children’s playground and extensive garden, a restaurant area serving a quality gastro menu, and an L shaped front of house for adults only. A centre for the Ealing jazz scene, it features regular Sumday evening performances as well as fringe sessions for the summer Ealing Jazz Festival. Quiz night every Tuesday. Charles Blondin, the Victorian tightrope walker who famously traversed Niagara Falls, later lived opposite the pub, and has given his name to a pleasant nearby park. The sixth American President John Quincy Adams lived nearby from 1815 frm 1817.
- Questors Grapevine Bar
12 Mattock Lane
ku.gro.srotseuq@eniveparg(020) 8567 0011
A friendly theatre club bar near the centre of Ealing and Walpole Park. CAMRA members and Questors theatre ticket holders are also welcome. Serves guest beers including some from local breweries and runs beer festivals twice yearly & malt whisky tastings. Some books and the odd board game are available. The club is run by enthusiastic volunteers and was the 2012 national CAMRA club of the year. Payment accepted by cash or contactless (with conditions) only.
- Red Lion
13 St Marys Road
moc.liamg@5wnoilder(020) 8567 2541
Known as Stage Six (Ealing Studios originally having five stages), the Red Lion was the watering hole of the good and the great of the British film industry during the Ealing Comedy era. The BBC followed with Z Cars, Porridge and Colditz along with many other classics. The pub’s interior is testament to this long association with photographs on several walls. More recently stars and production staff from Downton Abbey, Burke & Hare and BBC’s Let’s Dance for Sport Relief have been spotted on the premises. The original pub which preceded the current Victorian building provided discreet refreshment for the vicar of St Mary’s whose church was just along the road. The walled garden is ideal for larger parties in the summer and heated with braziers during the winter. In September 2016 the pub lease was taken over by the management of the Santa Maria next door from where the food now comes.
- Rose & Crown
Church Place, St Marys Road
ku.oc.srelluf@nworcdnaesor(020) 8567 2811
Hidden by St Marys Church, this pub is much larger than it appears thanks to a conservatory extension, a covered smoking solution and a large garden. Recently redecorated with Penny Black wallpaper, there is still much wood panelling all over the pub. The main menu is all freshly prepared and has a Mediterranean feel with a variety of stone oven pizzas as well as daily changing specials. Photos from Old Ealing and notable locals adorn the walls and the windows contain stained glass. Films shown every Sunday from 8pm.
282 Northfield Avenue
Opened in a former shop unit since at least 1990 when it was Captain Wooducks and extended into the next door property in 2004 gaining a restaurant area and secluded beer garden. Seating is traditional with the usual mixture of high and restaurant style chairs with a couple of cafe style of the front pavement. The menu is Thai and is available weekday lunchtimes only by pre-booking and in the evenings between 6 & 10pm. Subscription sport is shown. Renamed Ryans in 2020.
- SECC Social Club
Westfield House, 94 St Mary's Road
(020) 8567 0640
Friendly club welcoming CAMRA members.
- Sir Michael Balcon
46-47 The Mall
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@4106p(020) 8799 2850
Located on the Uxbridge Road east of Ealing town centre, this became a Wetherspoon pub in 2008. Named after the legendary film producer, whose life and films form the basis of many of the walldisplays. Split level, there is a raised area at the rear and a glass covered area at the front for smokers. Sells alcohol from 9am.
- Springfield (Acton) Bowls Club
25-27 Western Gardens
ku.oc.bulcslwobnotcadleifgnirps@ofni(020) 8992 1810
Established in 1968 in the Creffield Conservation Area. Outdoor playing between May and September. Regular games nights on Wednesdays throughout the rest of the year plus many social events and parties. The club house seats 60 or can accommodate 100+ standing.
- Village Inn
122-4 Pitshanger Lane
ku.oc.sgnuoy@nniegalliv(020) 8998 6810
A shop once owned by United Dairies, then wine bar becoming a pub in 1985. Thursdays is steak night. A focal point for Pitshanger residents. Taken over by Young's in 2019.
41 Haven Lane
ku.oc.srelluf@faehstaehw(020) 8997 5240
A deceptively large pub with a small public bar at the front, the main bar where subscription sport is played on the big screen and an open plan area at the rear. Quiz night is on Mondays. Board games are available. The pub serves traditional British fayre with daily changing specials weekdays between noon and 3pm and from 6pm to 9pm, weekends noon until 9pm (6pm Sundays)
- Actonians Sports Club Gunnersbury Drive Ealing W5 4LL moc.snainotca@ofni(020) 8567 4556
144 Field End Road
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@4587(020) 8868 1772
1934 building later extended originally the Manor House. Modern refurbishment and renamed in late 2011 now focussing on food rather than sport. Comfortably furnished. Glass fronted gas fires. Quiz night Wednesdays. Timber smoking shelter at front with Jumbrella at the rear. Car park users need to sign the book at the bar. The pub is locally listed by Hillingdon Council. Two Lily's ciders are also available.
- Black Horse
Black Horse Parade, Eastcote High Road
moc.liamg@18kcin(020) 8866 9106
An extended 19th century Grade II listed pub built on the site of an earlier 18th century incarnation which was struck by lightning in 1837. An open plan bar with a snug area with sofas to the left and restaurant area offering Indian cuisine to the far right. The pub has an over 21s policy. Live music is usually a feature on Friday evenings. Subscription sport is shown throughout the pub including the garden. Tuesday is poker league from 8-11pm. A £200,000 refurbishment took place in 2013 and the pub now offers food inspired by Kenya and India as well as the traditional steaks, pies and burgers!
- Case Is Altered
Eastcote High Road
ku.oc.rennipderetlasiesac@olleh(020) 8866 0476
An old English Grade II listed pub from the 17th century, set in the attractive village of Old Eastcote, next to the cricket pitch, this is on the London Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. At the front is a large beer garden. Inside, there is one bar with many seating areas. The barn to the back is a recent refurbishment and provides extra seating. The restaurant and kitchen were added in 2017. There is normally a real fire in the main bar area during the winter months.
- Eastcote Cricket Club
Haydon Hall, Southill Lane
(020) 8866 7794
The pavilion has been rebuilt several times, with the present clubhouse being built, mainly by the club members, in the 1970’s. Opening hours are seasonal and subject to change.
- Eastcote Royal British Legion
moc.liamg@lbretoctsae(020) 8868 1763
Well established branch of the Royal British Legion. A wide range of facilities and events are available in the club for members and the main hall is available for anyone to hire. The bar area is comfortably furnished. Non-members are welcome to visit a maximum of 2 times before applying for membership.
- Lowlands Club
(020) 8582 1801
Lowlands Club hosts a number of activities including social events, tennis, table tennis, darts & snooker. The original clubhouse and tennis courts were built in 1935 to serve the then new Nash housing estate but a fire destroyed the original art déco clubhouse in 1984. The new clubhouse offers members a smart, comfortable and safe environment in which they can enjoy a quiet and reasonably priced drink every evening of the year plus Saturday lunchtimes and on Sundays from 12.30pm to 10.30pm. Frequent social events at Lowlands are held which are open to all members and their guests. These include comedy nights, live solo musicians, musical duets, live bands, dinner evenings, quiz nights and wine tasting. In addition are Christmas, New Year and St George’s Day functions. The clubhouse offers a bar, function hall and snooker room with 3 full-size tables. Functions are held regularly and the hall can be hired by members for private functions.
- Ascott 144 Field End Road Eastcote HA5 1RJ ku.oc.gnikeneerg@4587(020) 8868 1772
- Black Horse
425 Oldfield Lane North
ku.oc.srelluf@esrohkcalb(020) 8578 1384
Large old split level pub tastefully extended and refurbished, with a range of Fuller's beers. Big landscaped garden overlooking the scenic Grand Union canal. Bargees who moor outside, and walkers and cyclists along the towpath are frequent visitors. Beer used to be delivered here by Canal barge. Good 7 day a week pub food, reasonably priced. Live music on Friday & Saturday nights. Pub quiz on Thursday nights. Very close to mainline rail and tube and bus route. Function space available for group bookings - Free to hire. Sky and BT sports are shown, large screen in lounge bar, smaller one downstairs.
- Bridge Hotel
ku.oc.sgnuoy@letohegdirb(020) 8566 6246
Opened originally in 1937 as one of two pubs built by the same developer, the other being the Greenford in Southall (now tragically a McDonalds). Unfortunately the names were transposed on the licence applications. The Bridge now stands next to a flyover on the A40 and was bought by Young’s in 1959. A 68 bedroom hotel was added in 1989. There are three bar areas: a comfortable lounge which is also the hotel lobby, a quieter back room and, between them, a curvy main bar. The Grill is the hotel restaurant and is open Monday to Saturday from noon until 3pm and then from 6pm to 10pm, Sundays noon to 9pm. Quiz night is on first Sunday of the month. The enclosed beer garden is at the front and contains two heated jumbrellas along with a variety of seating. TV points are positioned outside. The views and sounds of the A40 flyover are slightly augmented by music pumped from the bar. The garden has recently undergone a makeover with a new lawn and extended patio. A 2015 refurbishment has removed some of the wood panelling and small booths. Also opens for breakfast 7-11 Mon-Thur; 7-11.45 Fri, 8-11.45 Sat, 8-10.30 Sun.
- Greenford Conservative Club
moc.tenretnitb@yesdnilk(020) 8575 0916
Members can play snooker on the full size tables in the Snooker Room. There are regular Mens and Ladies League darts teams, and quiz nights. Regular entertainment is organised every Saturday evening and some Sunday lunchtimes. In addition, there are occasional mid week events, inclucing a "Bingo Night" every Wednesday at 21:00. Guest ales rotated regularly including Ruddles County and London Pride.
- Hare & Hounds
229 Ruislip Road
ku.oc.bupxineohp@drofneerG.sdnuoHdnAeraH(020) 8575 7240
Friendly local on the busy Ruislip Road. There are two bars with the saloon divided into two sections, the three hand pumps being at the rear. The pub has a darts team playing in the public bar. Subscription sport is shown on the many widescreen televisions around the pub. The large beer garden is completely enclosed and usually offers a bouncy castle along with the obligatory picnic tables. The recent return of real ale brings back an oasis in a very large desert.
- Northolt Rugby Football Club
Cayton Green Park, Cayton Road
moc.liamg@ybgurtlohtron(020) 8813 1701
As well as Rugby, club hosts Gaelic Football and cycling club. Rebellion Mini-Keg, plus hand pump during season. The club is open during season Sat & Wed plus darts night thursday
390 Oldfield Lane North
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@7486(020) 8578 1193
Built in 1915 as the Station Hotel, this pub was refurbished in 2007 following a fire, again in 2011 when the pub was branded as a 'Flaming Grill' and again in 2018. On the left is the restaurant area going back quite a distance ending in a raised area. The right hand side has the pool table and dart board. Sport from Sky/BT channels is shown on several screens throughout the pub. The pub is decorated with photos, maps and details on local heroes. There is a DJ every other Saturday from 9pm. There is a covered area with heating & lighting for smokers leading to a large beer garden. The car park is now pay and display with the charge refunded against purchases at the bar.
- West Middlesex Golf Club
ku.oc.cgddimtsew@nimda(020) 8574 3450
Established in 1891, West Middlesex Golf Club is a picturesque golf club, hidden away just outside of Southall. Facilities including, catering, a bar, snooker room, meeting rooms, function rooms, a fully functional Pro Shop and of course a golf course. Sunday lunch is available to both members and non members. Green fee golfers and function visitors can make bar purchases. Normal opening hours from 11 at weekends and during the summer. In winter the bar opens at noon although the kitchen is open from 9am
- Black Horse 425 Oldfield Lane North Greenford UB6 0AS ku.oc.srelluf@esrohkcalb(020) 8578 1384
- Dodo Micropub
52 Boston Road
moc.buporcimododeht@ycul(020) 8567 5959
A classic micropub style shop conversion which landed in Hanwell on January 28th 2017. Up to 5 cask beers served on gravity dispense from a temperature controlled cellar room at the rear, along with cider and wine. Beers almost certainly include ones from local breweries. Small bar counter by the front door but table service is the order of the day here. Local CAMRA branch Pub of the Year 2018. Usually closes entirely for first two weeks in January with later opening at 3pm on Fridays and Saturdays for the rest of January.
ku.oc.bupxofeht@ofni(020) 8567 4021
This welcoming local is less than a minute from the Grand Union canal and is a favourite with canalside walkers, cyclists, and bargees. Originally a Royal Brewery house. The pub was saved from the developers in 2001 and has won the branch Pub of the Year award on many occasions. Known for its home cooked food, well kept ales, a well attended weekly quiz on Thursdays. Well maintained beer garden, with children's slide and wendy house. Beer festivals are held at Easter and in October. Food is served lunchtime from noon until 3pm, including Sunday roasts. Evening meals are from 6pm serving traditional English food until 9pm). Winner of the 2016 West Middlesex Pub of the Year.
- Green W7
13 Lower Boston Road
moc.7wneergeht@ofni(020) 8840 6789
Previously the White Hart, the Dolphin and the Inn on the Green, this place dates from at least 1860 and retains some wood panelling, tiling and lots of exposed brickwork. A pizza oven was installed in 2017 in addition burgers are available. Pub typically has 4 changing beers on tap, with the Monday club offering draft beer at £3 per pint. Holds annual beer festivals and Oktoberfest.
127 Oaklands Road
moc.bupronevsorg@ofnI(020) 8840 0007
A traditional back street local dating from 1904 as a Royal Brewery pub. A change of owner and major refurbishment took place in early 2014. The interior is now of a very high standard, with a section set out for diners. The large horseshoe bar takes in the snug. Six real ales are available during busy periods. Bottled conditioned beers are also stocked. The menus are produced daily. A quiz takes place some Mondays and the pub promotes local events. Winner of the 2017 West Middlesex CAMRA Pub of the Year.
- Hanwell Conservative Club
40 Uxbridge Road
ku.oc.liamtoh@bulcevitavresnocllewnah(020) 8567 0517
Friendly club moved to current location in 1950 next to City of Westminster cemetery. Bingo every Wednesday and Sunday, a ukulele group plays every Thursday as do two darts teams. There is also a monthly quiz. Held first beer festival in August 2013.
- Kings Arms
110 Uxbridge Road
ku.oc.sbupreitnorf@smrasgnik(020) 8567 2370
This large but basic high street pub was rebuilt in 1930 by brewers Mann, Crossman & Paulin and had changed very little in the intervening three-quarters of a century until 2017 when a £0.5m refurbishment took place. The pub has been opened up and is now lighter and brighter. Sells a variety of craft beers and now has an open kitchen concentrating on pizza.
221 Uxbridge Road
moc.liamtoh@tcudaivehT(020) 8810 0815
Re-named around 1838 after the famous Wharncliffe Viaduct carrying the Great Western Main Line across the Brent Valley this pub is also in the shadow of Ealing Hospital and was originally the Coach & Horses when opened by 1730. A new tiled facade was added during the early part of the 20th century and a major refurbishment took place in 2005. Various railway memorabilia is displayed around this low ceiling pub, mirrors are plentiful including one with the brewery motif. The Lounge and Saloon are split by a partition. There is a raised restaurant area mostly reserved for diners. The children's area is close to the disabled toilet at the end of the bar in the lounge and contains toys. A dart board and subscription sports TV is available.
- Weird Beard
Unit 5 Boston Business Park
(020) 3645 2711
Opened in 2013, the brewery has an open day once a month.
- Dodo Micropub 52 Boston Road Hanwell W7 3TR moc.buporcimododeht@ycul(020) 8567 5959
- Bear on the Barge
Built in 1937 close to the original Halfway House, this large canal side pub near Widewater Lock benefits from a huge garden. Refurbished in 2015, the pub now has a restaurant with an open kitchen with Fire Ovens in the middle and specializes in Artisan Neopolitan Pizzas. There are various 2-4-1 deals most days. Reopened after six months closure in May 2019. Details above may be incorrect.
41 High Street
Built in 1801 this pub spent many years as a beerhouse and butcher. Originally the Kings Head it has had several name changes before settling on the current one in 2007 after a complete refurbishment and the introduction of am over 21's policy. It is well known for its friendly welcome and good food made with fresh local produce. There is discounted beer every Wednesday. There is an outside patio, but parking is limited. Quiz night the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month.
- Harefield Cricket Club Breakspear Road North Harefield UB9 6NE (01895) 822225
- Harefield United Football Club
Preston Park, Breakspear Road North
Founded in 1868 Harefield United Football Club is the oldest in Middlesex.
- Kings Arms
6 Park Lane
Parts of this pub are said to be 15th century and form one of the wings when it was rebuilt in the 17th century. It is a heavily beamed hostelry which was once a Benskins House and later Ind Coope. Although there is only one bar, there are many discrete areas in which to lose oneself.
- Old Orchard
Jacks Lane, off Park Lane
Built as a country house, later becoming a B&B and then a restaurant. It opened as the Old Orchard in 2010 with real ale dominating the bar. The three regular beers and three guests are described on boards. The house beer is brewed by Phoenix. In daylight there are commanding views of the Colne Valley from the terrace, large beer garden and extensive car park. A happy hour operates weekdays between 5-7pm with pints discounted by 60p
- Bear on the Barge Moorhall Road Harefield UB9 6PE (01895) 831407
- Pheasant Inn
98 West End Lane
(020) 8759 9685
A large food oriented pub with a separate restaurant. Although now knocked through to create a single island bar, a number of nooks and crannies have been retained, as has the low ceiling. Usually very busy especially during the evenings makes service a little slow.
286 High Street
(020) 8564 7795
Reopened in May 2017 following a refurbishment offering a wider range of cask ales, keg and over 100 bottled craft beers.
- White Hart
158 High Street
firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8759 9608
This large part grade II listed Fuller’s pub stands proud at the north end of the village. The bar allows access to the open plan area with soft seating though to a seated area favoured by diners. Refurbished in 2009 to improve facilities and create the open feel this pub now has. Local history is the theme of the wall displays enjoyed by locals and visitors from the nearby Heathrow Airport. Food is all home-cooked. Quiz night is Thursdays.
- Pheasant Inn 98 West End Lane Harlington UB3 5LX (020) 8759 9685
moc.liamg@8691rolyapnai(020) 8759 1007
This Grade II listed building dates from the seventeenth century and real fires provide a warm welcome on cold winter evenings. Popular at lunchtimes; the clientele is mostly local with some passing trade. Supposedly haunted by the ghost of an old lady. There is a quiz on the third Wednesday of the month and karaoke on Saturdays. There are themed food deals with burgers on Tuesdays, ribs on Wednesdays and fish on Fridays.
- Five Bells
(020) 8897 7689
Grade II listed building in the shadow of St Marys Church which dates back to the 12th century. The pub itself is probably 17th century with a late 18th century extension. Low ceilings with exposed beams. Lunch is served between noon and 2.30pm and evening meals between 6pm and 9pm weekdays in the bar. Sunday roast is available from noon until 6pm. Upcoming events are listed on the pubs facebook page. Real ale is found in the rear bar.
- Crown High Street Harmondsworth UB7 0AJ moc.liamg@8691rolyapnai(020) 8759 1007
30 West Street
email@example.com(020) 8422 3155
Situated in the heart of historic Harrow on the Hill, this is a popular and friendly Fuller’s house. Built in 1901 and grade II-listed, it is on the National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. Food is served until 9.30 pm daily,Sunday 8 pm; reservations are recommended for Sunday lunchtime. Three real coal fires help to keep the pub warm and cosy in the colder months and a secluded beer garden is popular during the summer. The pub hosts regular themed evenings such as weekly quiz, occasional real ale festivals & live music last Wednesday every month. Acoustic/folk night every Monday. Winner of Branch Harrow Pub of the Year 2017 and 2019.
269-271 Station Road
moc.sbupetagenots@worraH.egroeGehT(020) 8863 9470
A former Yate's high street shop conversion at the bottom of Station Road. Renamed the Harrow in December 2014 following a refurbishment and again in November 2019 as the George. This also saw the loss of the upstairs seating area and pool tables. The are countless TV screens including four in booths. The menu has a daily theme such as pie and a pint for £4.99 on Wednesdays.
- Kingsfield Arms
111 Bessborough Road
moc.liamg@dtlsmradleifsgniK(020) 8422 2727
Dating from 1867 this was a multi-room pub which is now mostly open plan. The windows are etched with the pub name. A recent refurbishment saw much of the panelling painted white with exposed brickwork around the fire place. Now describes itself as an Indian Gastropub.
- Moon On The Hill
373-375 Station Road
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@83p(020) 8863 3670
Small,busy Wetherspoon pub located on the main high street. Alcohol served from 9am. Popular at different times daytime with price conscious regulars, lunch times with office workers and students on certain nights. Especially busy Fri/Sat night when pub can be packed and noisy. Pub can be impacted by events at Wembley and licensee advises that if late kick offs then alcohol will not be sold until 11am.
- Royal Oak
86 St Anns Road
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@7217(020) 8427 0552
Busy pub in the main pedestrian shopping area between St Georges and St Anns Shopping Centres. Was subject to a £150,000 refurbishment in February 2013.
- White Horse
50 Middle Road
moc.liamg@worrahesrohetihweht(020) 8422 1215
Built in 1956 to an asymmetrical Arts & Crafts style, constructed of red brick with triangular red tile hanging sections. Bought by Fuller's in 2004 a recent refurbishment has left a traditional style pub with real character; the open log fires offer a warm welcome on winter evenings and a the beer garden and terrace are equally pleasant during the summer. There is a quiz every Thursday. The home-cooked food, which is very good, is sold all day except on Sundays, when last orders are taken at 6pm. Local CAMRA Harrow borough pub of the year 2013.
- Castle 30 West Street Harrow HA1 3EF firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8422 3155
- Harrow Weald
- Case Is Altered
ku.oc.deretlasiesaceht@ofni(020) 8954 1002
Historic 1800 single-bar pub in a rural setting on the edge of Harrow Weald and adjacent to Grimsdyke house. Once a cottage, it is an ideal venue for a quiet pint for those who have enjoyed the Stanmore circular country walk. Parking is in the local authority car park next door. Locally listed by Harrow Council in 2012. Reopened August 2018 after over a year of closure. Real Ales in Nov 2018 are £4 a pint but there is a 25% premium on halves (£2.50).
- Duck In The Pond
ku.oc.snnirebme@worrahdnopehtnikcud(020) 8954 8144
Early 1920s multi-bar pub which has now been totally refurbished into a lounge style pub with large, well laid out gardens on two sides of the building. Food is served all day to 10pm. Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday are Quiz Nights. Real ales are £2.49 on Monday nights.
- Grim's Dyke Hotel
moc.ekydsmirg@tnaruatser(020) 8385 3100
Hotel bar in the magnificent surrounds of the former estate of Sir William Gilbert, in a Listed 1871 building by Norman Shaw. The Library Bar has its own door on the far side of the building, round to the left as you approach from the long driveway. Non-residents are made welcome.
email@example.com(020) 8954 4949
Once a Clutterbuck of Stanmore house which later became a Bluebeckers. Was an independent restaurant with separate bar area following a major refurbishment in 2011. Became the third White Brasserie pub to open in July 2014.
749 Kenton Lane
moc.worrahneveseht@ofni(020) 8537 0705
Originally built some 400 years ago, this quaint, little-changed Grade II listed pub still boasts a separate carpeted, public bar. A new tenant took over in June 2019.
- Case Is Altered Old Redding Harrow Weald HA3 6SE ku.oc.deretlasiesaceht@ofni(020) 8954 1002
- Hatch End
- Grim's Dyke Golf Club Oxhey Lane Hatch End HA5 4AL ku.oc.ekydsmirg@ofni(020) 8428 4539
- Hatch End Tennis Club
20 Clonard Way
ku.oc.liamtoh@ctleh(020) 8428 2563
The large clubhouse incorporates a lounge, bar, table tennis, table football, darts and a pool table. The bar is open various times during the week.
- Moon & Sixpence
250 Uxbridge Road
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@73p(020) 8420 1074
Opened in 1991 in a former bank, this is the only Wetherspoon in the branch area with a traditional garden at the rear and is the lone pub in Hatch End. The L shaped bar sees the guest beers on the first bank of hand pumps with the regulars a little further down past the pillar. Booths are available on the right. Opens 8am for breakfasts. The real cider is in the fridge.
(020) 3974 9993
Chain pub/restaurant in the Hyde Park development opened in August 2018.
- Botwell Inn
25-29 Coldharbour Lane
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@488p(020) 8848 3112
Large Wetherspoon pub with several drinking areas opened in 2000 following conversion from furnishers S Moore and Son. The walls are painted deep red and are adorned by modern art paintings, along with a biography of George Orwell, who taught in the area but was not very impressed with it. Comfortably furnished with pine tables of various shapes and sizes, along with an area with sofas. The four games machines all have the sound turned off. There are outside drinking areas at both front and rear (which has heated jumbrellas). Winner of the 2012 Wetherspoon Community pub of the year award. Beers from Adnams, Hogs Back, Windsor and Eton.
- Brook House
240 Kingshill Ave
firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8841 7854
A very large pub well supported by the local community. Entertainment takes place Wednesday to Sunday with local or tribute bands, karaoke, disco’s and charity evenings (a national award has been presented for the best fundraising pub). The pub has two football teams, four darts teams including a ladies team, a Golf Society, and a Saturday quiz. Old wooden beer barrels are used outside as plant pots (the pub won the overall London award in 2005 and has the current borough award for its floral displays) and inside as tables. A new tenant took over in the Autumn of 2017.
362 Uxbridge Road
email@example.com(020) 8573 7479
Interwar typical beefeater with premier inn next door and separate bar area. Food is available daily from noon until 10pm. Beer range has recently been more interesting. Breakfast available 6.30-10.30am (half hour later weekends).
- Hayes Working Men's Club
ku.oc.liamtoh@llebyadbob(020) 8573 1721
The club has 4 Snooker Tables, 2 Pool Tables and 3 Dart Boards. On Monday nights bingo is held in the Main Hall. Tuesday is poker night (from 8pm) and is also played on Sunday (from 4pm). There are also a range of card games, including a Crib League and Dominos. Food is served on Fridays (7.30pm-10.30pm), Saturdays (1.30pm-4pm & 7pm-10.30pm) and Sundays (1.30pm-5pm).
- Music Box
moc.liamg@xobcisumseyah(020) 8848 7341
Thirties style estate pub at the end of Bourne Avenue. Home cooked English and Indian food. A local cribbage team, football team, a darts team and a weekly quiz on a Thursday evening is hosted here. Handpump unused in January 2017.
- Olde Crowne
1090 Uxbridge Road
moc.liamg@seyahenworcedloey(020) 8813 5553
Traditional brick fireplaces, oak and pine furniture, decorative tiles and rich carpet define this bar and restaurant which reopened following a refurbishment in March 2013.
- Beefeater Millington Road Hayes UB3 4AZ (020) 3974 9993
- Hayes End
- Wishing Well
1250-1256 Uxbridge Road
firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8561 1341
Recently refurbished shopping parade bar originally the Wetherspoon Moon and 6d. Real ale reinstated in 2010. Pub focus on live events such as quizzes, karaoke, live music or sports TV. There is a juke box and fruit machine. Sunday roasts are served between 2pm and 5pm. Photos of old Hayes are on the walls and there is an interesting stained glass ceiling.
- Wishing Well 1250-1256 Uxbridge Road Hayes End UB4 8JF email@example.com(020) 8561 1341
- Harrow St Mary's Cricket Club HSM Cricket Ground, Headstone Lane Headstone HA2 6NF
- Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel
(020) 8897 6363
The Renaissance 4 star hotel is a massive, brutalist concrete structure. It appears as a series of huge slabs raised on a set-back ground floor with very regular fenestration to the hotel rooms. Sells Keg Boddingtons in Bar Eleven.
- Three Magpies
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@8496(020) 8759 1071
There has been a pub on this site since the 16th century and is the last pub left on the Bath Road. Built 150 years ago, there is some interesting wood paneling. Now under the John Barras brand
- Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel Bath Road Heathrow TW6 2AQ (020) 8897 6363
- Heathrow Airport
- Crown Rivers
Terminal 5 Airside Level 1
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@9055p(020) 8283 6208
A wetherspoon bar past security in Heathrow's newest and largest terminal. Has a table service area. The bar closes after the last flight.
- Curator (Bar & Dining)
Terminal 3 Airside
(020) 8759 3757
Chain bar behind security in Terminal 3. Closes after last flight. In addition to the house beer, there are six keg taps ranging from classic European lagers to local craft beers & stouts.
Terminal 3 Landside
(020) 8897 6755
Gastro pub in Terminal 3 which even offers a function room. Renamed the Darwin by new operator Casual Dining.
- Flying Chariot
Terminal 2 Landside
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@6217p(020) 8976 7540
Huge pleasant Wetherspoons opened in 2014 located on the far right of Level 5 (checkin). Set over two floors with 3 areas downstairs and 2 upstairs including its own bar and 'Control Tower’ observation deck offering runway views. A wide selection of beers including brews from Windsor & Eton are served alongside the airport menu. The name comes from a quote from Dr John Wilkins' book 'Discovery of a New World in the Moon', published in 1638. Wilkins was Oliver Cromwell's brother in-law and a local rector.
Terminal 5 Landside Level 3 (Departures)
(020) 8283 5065
The only pub in T5 before security, this is a self confessed modern style gastro pub. It does have many of the features of a typical pub despite being in an airport terminal. Renamed the George by new operator Casual Dining.
Terminal 5 Airside Level 2
(020) 8283 6191
A restaurant and bar serving traditional English food. Meantime and Fuller’s London Pride are keg versions.
- London's Pride
Terminal 2 Airside
ku.oc.srelluf@edirpsnodnol(020) 3728 7978
Situated next to Boots. Fuller's have crafted a unique Terminal 2 lager named ‘Wingman’ whilst offering a gastro pub experience as well as a ‘grab and go’ selection 'for those dining at 35,000 feet.'
- Market Gardener
Terminal 3 Arrivals, Landside
(020) 8759 4684
Situated at the far end of the ground floor arrivals lounge, a range of pub classics such as burgers, all day breakfast, fish & chips, sausage & mash, steak & chips as well as a variety of pizzas ares served.
- Prince of Wales
Terminal 4 Airside
(020) 8607 5010
Chain bar behind security in Terminal 4. A house beer is also available. Closes after last flight. "Our house ale is brewed exclusively for us at The Prince of Wales, the 4.1% Golden IPA is perfectly balanced & smooth with light floral notes from the flavourful aroma of the hops. Making for a delicious but dangerously quaffable session ale."
- Wetherspoon Express
Terminal 5B Airside
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@0155p(020) 8283 5091
A Wetherspoon bar past security in T5's satellite terminal B. Closes after last flight
- Crown Rivers Terminal 5 Airside Level 1 Heathrow Airport TW6 2GA ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@9055p(020) 8283 6208
- Hillingdon Golf Club
18 Dorset Way
The members Clubhouse is open from 7am until at least 30 minutes after the bar close times. It is well appointed, has spacious changing facilities, a well stocked bar and comfortable lounge. The food menu is varied and the Friday Fish Night is very popular. The clubhouse is also available for hire for private functions to members and their guests.
- Hillingdon Manor Cricket Club
Opens from noon.
- Red Lion Hotel
Over 400 years old with wooden panels and (very) low ceilings with exposed beams and has part of the great wall of London visible in the car park. It's believed that Charles I may have stayed here in 1646. Grade II listed.
Very much an old style local next to Hillingdon tube station which has just had a £230k refurb.
- Uxbridge Royal Naval Association
388A Long Lane
RNA Uxbridge was commissioned in 1984 and has around 200 members. The Club consists of two bar areas. The members bar which holds up to 40 people in comfort and the S/M Joyce Whitting bar, which is available for functions, which holds around 80 people.
- Hillingdon Golf Club 18 Dorset Way Hillingdon UB10 0JR moc.tenretnitb@flognodgnillih(01895) 239810
- Coach & Horses
There has been a pub on the site, next to Ickenham pump, for 400 years. In 1759 Stephen Salter bought the Chequers. The Salter Brewery merged with the Cannon Brewery which later merged with Ind Coope. As the more recent name suggests it was originally a coaching house and now boasts a warm atmosphere thanks to the real fire and friendly welcome, even if the ceilings could be a bit higher and service could be a bit quicker. Quiz nights are Tuesdays and Sundays. Since being sold to Stonegate in 2010 this former Ember Inn no longer offers a wide selection of guest ales. Grade II listed. Real ale price is £2.49 on Mondays. Refurbished March 2018.
- Ickenham Cricket Club
The original pavilion was destroyed by fire in 1974. The new clubhouse opened in November 1975 and has recently been extended. The club has its own team in a darts league.
- Tichenham Inn
11 Swakeleys Road
Fairly typical busy Wetherspoon pub built on the site of a filling station and opened in 1999. Real ale prices are reduced by 20p on Mondays. Alcohol served from 9am.
- Coach & Horses High Road Ickenham UB10 8LJ ku.oc.sbupetagenots@mahnekcisesrohdnahcaoc(01895) 679335
firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8907 1671
A large, unremarkable Beefeater steakhouse opposite Kenton station with a separate bar area. Mainly oriented towards the restaurant and reasonably priced accommodation close to rail connections for central London. When opened in 1933 claimed to be the largest public house in Middlesex. Serves breakfast 6.30am-10.30am (30 minutes later at weekends). Real ale may not always be available
- New Moon
25-26 Kenton Park Parade
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@4p(020) 8909 1103
Pleasant conversion on a busy main road opening in 1991, this typical Wetherspoon pub is themed on the house-building boom of the 1930s. A small conservatory doubles as a children’s play area whilst there is a continental style street patio area for those hardened to all weather drinking. Opens from 8am for breakfasts.
- Beefeater Kenton Road Kenton HA3 8AT email@example.com(020) 8907 1671
- Longford Village
- White Horse
530 Bath Road
Grade II listed and said to have been built in 1534 as a smoke house for curing meat, becoming a pub in 1601. With a low beamed ceiling, the main bar is split by the fireplace. The walls are decorated with assorted prints as well as other Bric-a-brac. A separate barn bar opens when busy or can be used for functions. The Hare family have run the pub since 1987. Close to the newly opened Terminal 5 and the end of one of the airport's runways, this pub is popular with locals, visitors staying in Heathrow's numerous hotels, local workers and plane spotters!
- White Horse 530 Bath Road Longford Village UB7 0EE moc.buphsilgnedlo@ffilc(01753) 682520
- North Ealing
7 Queens Parade
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@2027(020) 8997 6388
Large imposing pub built in typical 1930s style, opposite North Ealing tube station. The single open-plan bar is comfortably furnished. All major sporting events from around the world (including NFL) are shown. The name derives from the Greystoke estate which owned Hanger Hill for many years. Weekly pub quiz on Thursdays and regular live music events.
- Greystoke 7 Queens Parade North Ealing W5 3HU ku.oc.gnikeneerg@2027(020) 8997 6388
- North Harrow
- McCafferty's Freehouse
25 Broadwalk, Pinner Road
moc.liamg@worrahsytreffaccm(020) 8427 3247
Small chain Irish sports bar close to North Harrow station.
- Three Wishes
19-20 The Broadwalk, Pinner Road
moc.liamg@worrahsehsiweerht(020) 8424 8336
Former shop converted Wetherspoon now an Irish themed bar. The menu is reasonably priced, with the meat sourced from a local butcher. Live music on Thursday (Mac's Jam Night 9-11:30pm). Friday (9-11.30), and Saturday (9-11.30). Quiz night Sundays; Poker Night Wednesdays.
- McCafferty's Freehouse 25 Broadwalk, Pinner Road North Harrow HA2 6ED moc.liamg@worrahsytreffaccm(020) 8427 3247
- Cheddar Deli
108 Northfield Avenue
ku.oc.doofytilaicepsnodnol@tnerb(020) 8810 0690
Opened in 2011 Cheddar Deli prides itself on being a local, reliable neighbourhood supplier of genuine sourced products with real provenance dairy, meat and delicatessen foods. In addition to bottled real ales Ciderniks Combe Raider and 10 Years After are available.
- Owl & The Pussycat
106 Northfield Avenue
The first Micropub to open in West London, in December 2016, in a former bookshop. The Marko Paulo brewery with its 200L brew-length is located at the rear. Serves up to 6 real ales from its own brewery through handpumps on a small bar counter behind which is the open to view same level cellar. Four keg beers are also available. For details of beers available see website. Small, friendly environment, where conversation is all important. Winner of the local Branch Pub of the Year and Cider Pub of the Year 2019.
- Cheddar Deli 108 Northfield Avenue Northfields W13 9RT ku.oc.doofytilaicepsnodnol@tnerb(020) 8810 0690
ku.oc.sbupgnilzzis@tlohtronnworc(020) 8845 1197
The only real ale pub left in Northolt. First mentioned in 1715 and licensed by 1746 the pub was rebuilt and extended first in 1925 and then in 1976. Was an Isleworth Brewery house before becoming a Beefeater for some years until taken over by M&B in 2008 when a further refurbishment followed. The pub and stables are locally listed by Ealing Council. (weekday offers on food). Whilst the pub had no function room an aea can be set aside for booking
- Greenwood Hotel
674 Whitton Avenue West
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@7337p(020) 8423 6169
This 1930s former Courage roadhouse was reopened by Wetherspoon in July 2016 after six years of closure. The pub has been sensitively and impressively refurbished, honouring the Grade II listed heritage features, including the original flooring, bar tops and light fittings.Old ballroom converted into dining area. Twelve hotel rooms have also been added. Alcoholic drinks are served from 9am.
- Crown Ealing Road Northolt UB5 6AA ku.oc.sbupgnilzzis@tlohtronnworc(020) 8845 1197
An old timber framed Grade II listed building which has been extended close to Mount Vernon Hospital. Food available all day until 10pm.
- Misty Moon
27 Green Lane
Ex-Wetherspoon with traditional seating and booths. Inside, the walls are decorated by photographs of old Northwood village. At table service of Thai and traditional English food available until 9pm. Poker night is Monday; Quiz night Thursday. Sky and ESPN shown.
- Northwood Cricket Club Ducks Hill Road Northwood HA6 2NR ku.oc.ccdoowhtron@yraterces(01923) 822001
- Northwood Town Cricket Club
Chestnut Avenue, off Rickmansworth Road
The club was formed in 1973 from the merger of two other clubs.
- Gate Rickmansworth Road Northwood HA6 2RH ku.oc.snnirebme@doowhtronetag(01923) 836513
- Northwood Hills
- Three Wishes
53 Joel Street
Sports bar opened in 2020 in part of the former William Jolle.
- Three Wishes 53 Joel Street Northwood Hills HA6 1NZ (01923) 920172
- Norwood Green
(020) 8574 7473
There has been a pub on the site since around 1360 and the present timber-frame building is believed to date from around 1650 and is Grade II listed. Inside there are exposed wooden beams and low ceilings. Despite the numerous horse brasses, the interior is quite modern. At weekends, food is available in the afternoons – useful for the many ramblers who go there – but not on Sunday evenings. Tuesdays. Fridays and Saturday afternoons see lobe music.
- Plough Tentelow Lane Norwood Green UB2 4LG (020) 8574 7473
- Ballot Box
Horsenden Lane North
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@8726(020) 8902 2825
Large, much renovated, pub located at the root of Horsenden Hill now with a single bar. The building dates from the 1930s when it was a Benskins house but the original Ballot Box stood at the other side of the hill near to the canal since at least 1726. It was so named because bargees used to cast their votes there in 19th century elections. Now very much a food oriented pub under the Hungry Horse Brand
- Ealing Golf Club
ku.oc.bulcfloggnilae@ofni(020) 8997 0937
The current Clubhouse opened in 1930 but has been extended and updated several times over its life and has recently been refurbished throughout to a high standard. It features a virtual wall of windows that provide a panoramic view over the golf course and the river, with easy access through sliding doors into the gardens. It has two bars - the Felmingham Bar (named after a long-standing Member who left the Club a substantial legacy) which features a wall devoted to a display of many photographs of successful Ealing players, both past and present, in their times of triumph; the Lounge Bar is quieter and leads to the dining room.
- Myllet Arms
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@6636(020) 8997 4624
Large, much renovated, now single bar roadhouse, with several raised area, built for Benskins in 1937/8 on the site of the former Church Farm to benefit from the trade of the recently opened Western Avenue. Situated opposite the iconic Hoover Building, it was part of the Farmhouse Inns brand following a 2016 refurbishment but another refurb now sees it as a Greene King Pub and Carvery. Although the "Wacky Warehouse" is now long gone, there is an area for the under 5's and the pub is much more open and geared for "family dining". The carvery is open daily 11:30am - 2:30pm and 4:30pm - 8pm with other meals outside these times. The Premier Inn next door offers accommodation facilities resulting in the pub opening for breakfast from 7am (8am weekends). Alcohol is probably from 11.30am.
- Ballot Box Horsenden Lane North Perivale UB6 7QL ku.oc.gnikeneerg@8726(020) 8902 2825
- Beer Asylum
No. 1 Red Lion Parade, Bridge Street
moc.mulysareeb@ofni(020) 8429 2400
A new bottled beer shop and tap room in Pinner in retail premises. Occasional cask real ale - permanently available in bottled form.
- Oddfellows Arms
2 Waxwell Lane
(020) 8866 7372
Comfortable single-bar local. Named after Thomas Ellement, who founded the Pinner branch of the Oddfellows Society in 1848. Sunday lunch is served between 12-2. Regular pub quizzes in aid of the MS Society and live music. The pub garden has a large lawn and an undercover seated patio with heaters.
- Pinner Arms
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@0097(020) 8866 5688
Oversized family oriented backstreet local built to serve a never completed bypass in 1939 at the corner of Pinner Green village. Quiz night every Tuesday night from 9PM; Poker every Friday from 8pm & Sundays from 7pm. Formally the Whittington until 2002. Now part of the Greene King Meet & Eat brand.
- Queen's Head
31 High Street
ku.oc.rennipdaehsneeuq@ofni(020) 8868 4607
This grade II listed building is the oldest pub in Pinner and part of it dates back to 1540, although an ale house is believed to have stood on the site since the first Pinner Fair in 1336. The pub was known as the Crown Inn until 1715 when it was changed to the Queens Head because Queen Anne used to change horses here when riding between Hatfield and London. The attractive decor includes exposed wooden beams and panelling. Local CAMRA Harrow borough pub of the year 2015 & 2012. Real ales have reduced from eight to three.
- United Services Club Pinner
moc.tcennoctb@csurennip(020) 8866 3377
Founded as a club for ex-serviceman after WW1 it is now open to all if they wish to join. There is much military memorabilia on display but this is no longer the focus. Regular bingo, quiz and music nights, and occasional steak or curry evenings.
- Beer Asylum No. 1 Red Lion Parade, Bridge Street Pinner HA5 3JD moc.mulysareeb@ofni(020) 8429 2400
- Rayners Lane
- Tithe Farm Sports & Social Club
151 Rayners Lane
moc.bulcmrafehtit@ytilatipsoH(020) 8868 8724
Tithe Farm is a friendly club offering a wide variety of social, cultural & sporting activities such as Football, Drama, Darts (Ladies & Gents), Snooker, Pool, and Archery. Since refurbishment in 2019 the bar is now open to all.
- Village Inn
402-408 Rayners Lane
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@35p(020) 8868 8551
Another double fronted shop conversion from 1993 which has a split level. The rear of the pub accessed down a few steps sports the traditional Wetherspoon booths with local photographs on the wall with a row of tables down the centre. There is a rear terraced area which has a variety of large potted plants among the picnic tables. The pub has a good cross section of clientele who mingle quite happily together. The front pavement area has a few table and chairs for that al-fresco moment. A mixture of booths and high stools in the main front area of the pub. Real ale prices are reduced by 20p on Mondays.
- Tithe Farm Sports & Social Club 151 Rayners Lane Rayners Lane HA2 0XH moc.bulcmrafehtit@ytilatipsoH(020) 8868 8724
Ruislip Golf Centre, Ickenham Rd
Modern pub on the edge of Ruislip Golf course. Now part of the Fayre & Square brand. The front contains a sports bar with a pool table, sport on TVs and a big screen. The back bar is surprisingly large and is mostly used by diners and has an additional hand pump. Children are welcome until 9pm. The walls have a mixture of archive photographs of local buildings and modern prints. There is another pool table in a separate room which also has seating and a TV. The enclosed beer garden has a range of picnic and traditional tables with heated umbrellas. There is additional outside seating at picnic benches in the car park. The bunker comedy club operates in one of the function rooms on Wednesdays and Club Romance (an over 30's club) on Fridays. There is also regular music nights with a jazz evening held monthly on Mondays. Real ale is not always available.
- Hop & Vine
18 High Street
Small bar converted from a former café which opened December 2016. Seating is at low tables with loose chairs and benches. Small bar counter in the right hand corner with real ales and ciders sold on gravity dispense from a temperature controlled cellar room behind it. Bottled beers, cans, wines and spirits sold. Snacks are available, enhanced by cheese board and charcuterie board options. The real ale choice increases to 6 or 7 at weekends. Table service often applies.
This Beefeater restaurant and pub has a large beer garden with a warm atmosphere. The pub is well lit and is supported by local family trade. Built in the early 1900s and popular with the RAF and was used as accommodation for Polish airman during the second world war. A conservatory has been added and a premier inn has recently been built round the back. Breakfast is available weekdays 6:30-10:30am and weekends 7-11am.
- Ruislip Conservative Club
56-58 Ickenham Road
Formed in 1962, the club is a family friendly Members club located a short walk from Ruislip High Street. Bar, leisure activities such as darts and snooker, large function hall available for hire and a secure private garden.
- Ruislip Royal British Legion
Park House, 32 High Street
Quiz night on the 2nd Monday of each month, bingo every Thursday
- Ruislip Rugby Club The Club House, West End Road Ruislip HA4 6DR firstname.lastname@example.org(01895) 633102
- Ruislip Social Club
Situated within 12 acres of greenery, Ruislip Social Club host a wide range of activities on a regular basis. These include live music, dance lessons, drama, aerobics, archery and football (both senior and junior). Also home to Wealdstone FC.
- Waters Edge
Family pub and restaurant opened 1996 on the site of the former Ruislip lido buildings on the banks of the lido. A 12-inch narrow gauge railway railway runs along the lakeside nearby.
- White Bear
Originally opened in 1874 this Grade II listed pub reopened in August 2015 operated by the White Brasserie Company. The pub is now divided into a pub section at the front with a restaurant and open kitchen at the rear.
A cheerful and welcoming two-bar local in the northern area of Ruislip close to Ruislip Lido and woods, opposite Hillingdon Borough Football Club. The cosy lounge bar is traditional in atmosphere with no intrusive electronic machines, although the TV may be on for sports matches. There is also a good selection of gins and malt whiskies. The public bar is friendly and comfortable, with a dartboard and other pub games. The separate wood panelled comfortable lounge bar can be used for midweek functions. Popular with dog walkers in the summer, and visitors to the nearby crematorium. Alcohol not usually served until 11am. The pub was listed on the National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors in 2015.
- Fairway Ruislip Golf Centre, Ickenham Rd Ruislip HA4 7DQ ku.oc.gnikeneerg@0136(01895) 638081
- Ruislip Common
- Breakspear Arms
The original pub on this site was bought by Harman's in 1869. An English Menu (including all day breakfast) is available from opening till 7pm (8pm Sundays) whilst the Indian Menu is served daily Noon-3pm and 5.30pm-11pm with no gap on Sundays.
- Breakspear Arms Breakspear Road Ruislip Common UB9 6LT ku.oc.smraraepskaerb@ofni(01895) 632239
- Ruislip Manor
- B E C Social Club 73 Pembroke Road Ruislip Manor HA4 8NE (01895) 676067
- J.J. Moon's
12 Victoria Road
Quite busy but welcoming Wetherspoons. Five regular real ales plus seven other guest ales from all around the UK. Staff who are numerous and polite are keen on real ale and various initiatives exist such as Monday club prices, a Real Ale Club on Wednesday (3pm start). Real cider is also available. This former Woolworths has a raised area at the back. Situated opposite Ruislip Manor tube it is a welcome watering hole for commuters and pub-crawlers alike. Alcohol served from 9am. Winner of the West Middlesex Hillingdon Pub of the Year 2017. Runs four beer festivals every year.
- King William
392 Sipson Road
(020) 8897 6888
This ancient sixteenth century Grade II listed inn is situated in the heart of Sipson village centre. For generations this site has been the hub of the community and continues to be to this today. English and Thai Food 12-3, 6-9 weekdays, 12-9 weekends
moc.liamtoh@lhebmalin(020) 8759 1938
Located close to the Heathrow spur junction on the M4, the pub dates from the mid 19th century, although the single storey is a later addition, and has a busy passing trade and refugees from the neighbouring Holiday Inn. The pub benefits from an open kitchen with table service serving English food . Locally listed.
- King William 392 Sipson Road Sipson UB7 0HT (020) 8897 6888
- South Harrow
- Harrow Borough Football Club
Earlsmead Stadium, Earlsmead
email@example.com(020) 8422 5221
The Club has three bars.
- Royal British Legion Harrow 76 Northolt Road South Harrow HA2 0DW ten.klatklat@1161renrut(020) 8422 1222
- Salt Bar
1 Roxeth Hill
moc.worrahrabtlas@eciffo(020) 8422 6629
This was one of London’s Real Heritage Pubs, Harrow’s oldest traditional pub, established in 1862 (and named after the shape of a local pond) and rebuilt in 1893, has half-timbered ornamental plasterwork with stained glass and etched windows. Three rooms – public, snug and lounge – surround a central bar. It has a covered and heated courtyard with former draymen’s stables. Formally a Royal Brewery house, it was the venue of the first public enquiry into Britain’s first fatal road accident in 1899. Following a period of closure, it reopened in May 2015 as a Authentic Indian Grill, Courtyard Shisha Lounge and Lounge Bar with In-House DJ.
- Harrow Borough Football Club Earlsmead Stadium, Earlsmead South Harrow HA2 8SS firstname.lastname@example.org(020) 8422 5221
- South Kenton
moc.liamtoh@buperemredniwehT(020) 3632 0020
A genuine community pub and one of Britain’s Real Heritage Pubs, next to South Kenton Station. Built in 1939 with three bars, the public is now only used for functions. The saloon and lounge have many original features including the large inner porches, bar counters, back-fittings, wall panelling and fireplaces. A quiz night is held on alternate Thursdays and live entertainment takes place on a regular basis. A guest ale is usually available on special occasions.
- Windermere Windermere Avenue South Kenton HA9 8QT moc.liamtoh@buperemredniwehT(020) 3632 0020
- South Ruislip
- Black Bull
(020) 8841 0405
Reopened 2013 after a long period of closure and an extensive refurbishment throughout with fixed upholstered perimeter seating. Now fully carpeted except the area around the L shaped bar. There is a brick fire place and the walls are adorned by photos of old Ruislip or black bulls! The pool room has photos of sporting moments. A further refurbishment took place in March/April 2019.
- Middlesex Arms
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@8907(020) 8845 0667
1930s Greene King branded pub with a mixture of dark wood and exposed brickwork. Although it is now open plan there are many distinct drinking areas. Photographs are of old Ruislip or are brewing related. There is a patio out front and a large beer garden and car park at the rear. Locally listed.
- Black Bull Victoria Road South Ruislip HA4 0EF (020) 8841 0405
- Harrow RFC Grove Field, Wood Lane Stanmore HA7 4LF moc.loa@dolpdor(020) 8954 2615
- Black Horse
1018 Harrow Rd
ku.oc.snnirebme@yelbmewesrohkcalb(020) 8385 2991
First licensed in 1751 this was an old Clutterbuck & Co.'s house. The present building was enlarged in 1938. Smart, comfortably furnished and decorated in contemporary style. The flooring is a mixture of wood and carpets whilst the walls are adorned with modern prints and units. Sunday and Tuesday are Quiz Nights. Food is available daily until 10pm. The pub now offers a takeaway service. All real ales are currently £2.49 on a Monday.
- Sudbury Golf Club
ku.oc.cgyrubdus@seiriuqne(020) 8902 3713
In the light and airy clubhouse members and visitors have a choice of two bars in which to enjoy a drink. The inviting Main bar, Spike Bar or Sun Lounge, with comfortable surroundings and welcoming ambience offers a wide selection of wines, beers and non alcoholic beverages. There is a spacious patio overlooking the picturesque course with panoramic views to the South of the London area and surrounding parts which on a clear day stretch as far as Surrey and the North Downs.
- Black Horse 1018 Harrow Rd Sudbury HA0 2QP ku.oc.snnirebme@yelbmewesrohkcalb(020) 8385 2991
- Sudbury Hill
3 Riverside Way
0871 527 9574
New bar and restaurant opened with neighbouring Premier Inn on new industrial estate close to the banks of the River Colne. Also open for breakfast 6.30-10.30 (from 7 weekends).
- Crown & Treaty
90 Oxford Road
This pub, which is over 400 years old, was formerly the Crown and Treaty House. It was named after the attempt by Charles I and Parliament to reach agreement in 1645. The only branch pub with a Grade II* listing. There are two function rooms upstairs, see pictures.
1 Rockingham Road
Community pub with a canal side beer garden and run by the same tenants since 1987. The pub hosts Darts, Pool, Football and Crib teams. TV sports can be watched on the four Plasma HD Screens. There is karaoke every Saturday.
- Fig Tree
49 Windsor Street
Former police station. closed in 1988 and bought by Greene King in 1995.
- General Eliott
St Johns Road
This canal side pub has been totally refurbished prior to lockdown, including a new under cover seating area Adjacent to the canal. One of six pubs in the country named after the teetotaller who defended Gibraltar from the Spanish in the late Eighteenth century. Dating from 1820, this attractive, comfortable canal side pub has a warm and friendly atmosphere. The public area is dominated by a disproportionately large island bar. There is a large screen TV but it does not dominate and indeed cannot be seen from most of the public area. Wednesday is bingo night, Thursdays & Sundays Karaoke and gigs on Fridays.
- Good Yarn
132 High Street
Opened in 1994 in the former Pearson's menswear shop in the town centre, other than the narrow frontage this is a typical Wetherspoon pub by day. The evening can see loud music played, especially at weekends. The pub does go back a long way inside, the final raised third being surrounded with shelves of old books. The front section boasts old framed advertisements for local businesses on the walls and local old photographs can be found throughout. The building is grade II listed. Alcohol served from 9am. Sells guest ales for £1.89 on Mondays.
- Load of Hay
33 Villier Street
Near Brunel University, this pub was built on the site of the Elthorne Light Militia’s officer’s mess and stables. It became a public house in the 1870s when the stables formed the main public area, hence the name. The pub reopened in November 2019 and has been refurbished following a 16 month closure. NOTE: Winter hours - not open until 3pm Mon to Fri. Student & NHS Discount 10%
- Metropolitan Tavern
8-9 Windsor Street
Recently refurbished town centre pub. Has daily food offers including a pint of real ale.
- Miller's Tap
219-221 High Street
Whilst now a modern split level pub, the building is late 17th century and when Grade II listed in 1974 was Norman Reeves Motors. Renamed and real ale reinstated in 2018.
- Pipemakers Arms
58 St Johns Road
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 River Colne. It has horse brasses and old prints of the brewing industry on the walls. Although under Chinese management, it retains the look and feel of a long established pub. A long menu of Peking, Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine, which may also be taken away, is available daily between 12-2 and 5.30-10.30.
- Queen's Head
54 Windsor Street
Situated in the old part of town, opposite the church, one has to step down from the street into this attractive-looking pub which was built in the mid-nineteenth century. The earliest documented evidence of a public house on the site is 1544 but it is likely that there has been one from an even earlier date. The pub has had several names but the current one commemorates Anne Boleyn, who is depicted on the pictorial sign. The pub was a Watneys house in 1966 when it was hit by an arson attack but despite this the character of an old pub remains. There is just one, irregularly shaped, bar with bay windows, wooden floorboards, walls mainly of exposed brick and low ceilings. Decorated and furnished tastefully for a historic pub which is grade II listed. On the walls are photographs related to royalty and a corner dedicated to James Bond. Refurbished in late 2017
- Swan & Bottle
98 Oxford Road
Dating from the 17th century when it used to be two pubs, the Olde Swan and the Leather Bottle, it was once passed by Charles I, this is a large pub with low ceilings, open beams and plenty of wood panelling. There are several sections but only one bar. The River Colne flows by the pub and the Grand Union Canal passes the car park. The menu is supplemented by a large range of daily specials and varies from sandwiches to full three-course meals. Locally listed. Refurbished in late 2019 moving the bar back to the front of the pub. Currently (Dec 2019) offering 20% off Greene King cask beers Monday - Friday between 3pm and 6pm.
- Three Tuns
24 High Street
The front of the pub is believed to have been built in the sixteenth century, although it now has a modern projecting gable. The rear extension was added in the seventeenth century. The entrance leads to the oldest section, which has wooden floorboards where lunches are served from the hot food counter. This leads down to the bar at a lower level. The compact bar area is stone flagged and has a large old fireplace, which is never used as it generates excessive heat. The conservatory area to the right has stout old timbers including a hollow-chamfered beam. There is also a small, covered patio at the back and a few tables to the front on the pedestrianised high street.
- Uxbridge & District Conservative Club
Fairfield, 46 Harefield Road
Opened in April 1954 in a house built in 1862, the facilities include a function room called The Windsor Room that is available for hire. The smaller Bar is called the Churchill Room, and the Club has a Television/Committee Room and a large Snooker Room with 2 full size Snooker Tables. Lunches are available Tuesdays – Saturdays from 12-2.30, there are functions most weekends from dinner dances to supper dances, race nights and quiz nights.
- Uxbridge Sports Club
Non-members welcome, 10% discount card available (drinks only) to all members. Full bar menu available daily (see also specials board for home-made dish of the day). Food is served until 10pm Monday to Saturday and until 6pm on Sunday. Sunday roast is available every week from £6.75. Widescreen televisions showing Sky Sports and ESPN. Room hire available for all types of events from Birthdays, Christenings, Weddings, Anniversaries, Holy Communions, Funerals (No room hire charge), Office Parties/Seminars, Christmas Parties. The County Bar is perfect for parties up to a maximum of 70 people, the main bar will hold a maximum of 170.
135 High Street
Reopened January 2017 as an Irish themed pub after long period of closure. It is smartly decorated and comfortably furnished. The pub operates a "no trainers" policy when security staff are present, Real Ale not always available.
- Beefeater 3 Riverside Way Uxbridge UB8 2YF 0871 527 9574
- Crock Of Gold
23 Bridge Road
(020) 8908 6933
Sister pub to the Crock of Gold in Ruislip and the Shawl in Harlesden. Comfortably furnished. Walls filled with aphorisms.
- Green Man Hotel
64 Dagmar Avenue
moc.tcennoctb@letohnamneergeht(020) 8903 1441
Community single bar pub up a steep hill rebuilt following the previous pub on this site burning down in 1906. There has been a public house here since 1722 and was known as the Barley Mow in 1751. Much wood panelling is in evidence; a brick conservatory leads to the garden which gives commanding views over the surrounding area. There are occasional quizzes and live music; however events tend to be dictated by Wembley stadium.
- J.J. Moon's
397 High Road
ku.oc.noopsrehtewdj@5p(020) 8903 4923
This is a typical medium sized Wetherspoon pub in former shop premises. There are three regular and two guest ales always available, plus two ciders from polypins in the fridge. It is situated in the culturally diverse London Borough of Brent and usually has the feel of a community pub. However, its close proximity to the Wembley Stadium and Arena means that it is extremely busy on match days when prices increase and plastic glasses are used. Alcohol served from 9am.
161 Preston Road
ku.oc.snnirebme@yelbmewnotserp(020) 8908 9794
A large, sprawling, open-plan pub set on a crossroads. Smart, comfortably furnished and decorated in contemporary style. The flooring is a mixture of wood and carpets whilst the walls are adorned with modern prints and units
1 Bridge Road
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@5786(020) 8904 5794
The closest real ale gets to Wembley Stadium! Much of this multi-room pub is now open plan following a recent refurbishment. Built in 1956 on the site of a pub called the Fox and named after the Olympic torch from the 1948 games. Comfortably furnished, photos of old Wembley are plentiful. Refurbished in August 2019 there is an outside bar that is bound to be open on matchdays, and a bar dedicated to Gin.
- Wembley Stadium Olympic Way Wembley HA9 0WS 0844 980 8001
- Crock Of Gold 23 Bridge Road Wembley HA9 9AB (020) 8908 6933
- West Drayton
- Cat & Fiddle
162 Rowan Road
Friendly and welcoming locals estate pub. Sports displayed on 3 different screens. Jukebox available.
- Crowne Plaza Heathrow
0871 942 9140
ORWELL'S BAR This very slick and modern lobby bar with a full cocktail menu is the ideal place to enjoy a relaxed drink. All major sport events are shown on flat screen TV. Opening hours: The bar is open 24hrs for hotel residents. DR O'DRISCOLL'S An Irish bar where you can sip your pint in comfort, enjoy the sports on TV and sample traditional dishes. Type of cuisine : Traditional British Bar Food Opening hours : Open 18.00 - 23.00 Monday to Saturday, closed on Sundays.
- Railway Arms
1 Station Road
Built in 1820 and listed, this pub sits high above the Street, next to the Great Western railway line and close to West Drayton station. Reopened in 2010 following a period of closure and sale. There are two bars, the one mostly used for dining has an interesting selection of local photographs. League darts is played here and subscription sport is shown. Evening meals available until 8pm but not every day. Real ale not always available
- Cat & Fiddle 162 Rowan Road West Drayton UB7 7UF (01895) 438228
- West Ealing
- Drayton Court Hotel
2 The Avenue
ku.oc.srelluf@truocnotyard(020) 8997 1019
Known locally as 'Dracula's Castle' due to its neo-Gothic and towered brick construction, this multi-roomed pub dates back to 1894 and has now returned to being a hotel. Ho Chi Minh is believed to have worked as a chef here when he lived in West Ealing. There are two bars on the ground floor. A new bar has been built in the downstairs function room which seats around 110 for the regular music nights. Meals are served from a set menu with blackboard specials. Had a month long refurbishment in the spring of 2016 resulting in an extension to the rear car park, a summer bar in the garden and table tennis table. The interior sees the replacement of the back bar with modern tiling, and bare brick in the sports bar. Open for breakfast from 7am-10am (from 8am weekends).
- Duke Of Kent
2 Scotch Common
ku.oc.srelluf@tnekfoekudeht(020) 8991 7820
An imposing suburban Fuller's house rebuilt in 1929 to designs by T H Nowell Parr and dominated externally by three gables on the rendered frontage. There are three distinct rooms with internal partitions, the pair on the right even retaining a doorway between them. The wall panelling remains as does the bar counter although the fitting behind seems a modern replacement. The windows contain attractive dimpled glass. At the rear the counter is original. The back parts were extended in 1934 to Parr’s design and contains a large hemispherical skylight. The main menu is freshly prepared, featuring English and Mediterranean dishes. There is a large garden containing many picnic tables. The terrace bar has heated large umbrellas and the summer BBQs are popular. There is usually live jazz on the last Thursday of every month with The Dick Esmond Trio and guests. The pub is part of the local community running the beer tent at the annual Party In The Park.
2 Leighton Road
moc.gnilaeretserofeht@ofni(020) 8567 1654
A Fuller's pub bought by the brewery early in 2012 although tenanted to MC Bars. Built for the Royal Brewery of Brentford in 1909 and designed by T H Nowell Parr. Grade II listed. Thai food is available daily except Sundays. Additionally a Burger & Sandwich Menu is available noon-4pm. Wednesday is Quiz Night and on Thursdays there are Poker Tournaments from 8pm. On the National Pub Heritage Historic Pub Interiors register. Holding its sixth beer festival in May 2015 and was Ealing Pub of the Year 2014.
- Trailfinders Sports Club Vallis Way West Ealing W13 0DD email@example.com(020) 8998 7928
- Drayton Court Hotel 2 The Avenue West Ealing W13 8PH ku.oc.srelluf@truocnotyard(020) 8997 1019
- De Burgh Arms
Next to West Drayton station, this spacious pub has a central bar with several distinct areas. Entertainment consists of a pool table, fruit machines, a jukebox and large screen TV. A function room is available in a separate building. Featured in the 1953 film ‘Genevieve’. Grade II listed. Licensees moved from the Paddington Packet Boat. Real ale reinstated initially on gravity until lines / pumps fixed.
- George & Dragon
176 High Street
Comfortable locals pub featuring good value food and drink. There are separate rooms for pools and darts (league played here). Built in the nineteenth century, thus was formally tied to Wethereds of Marlow. The pub shows both SKY and BT matches.
- De Burgh Arms High Street Yiewsley UB7 7DQ (01895) 444644