60 Pubs and Bars found in or around Chiswick (Train Station)

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The Ship

Crummy quotes again, but dear old Dr. Johnson said: "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of Life". And aren't many of us. But then you take the few minute walk, which so many will do , across the park from the...

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Pickwick's Wine Bar

Sometimes, just sometimes, a place comes along which restores your faith in the art of running a pub. Pickwick's - one of Chiswick's last independent bars - was apparently saved some years ago from being turned into a...

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0.89mi
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The Bull's Head

It's been gone a few years now, but we still have fond memories of the sticky floored boozer this once was. Probably such a thing was thought uncouth for such a prime site and after a sprucing up it became a Chef & Brewer...

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City Barge

Different in feel to the other two pubs on Strand on the Green, the City Barge does the job for a local clientele who want something a bit more energising than the rather sedate atmosphere of the Bull's Head and the Bell &...

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Bell & Crown

If you fancy a riverside stroll and a couple of drinks, the three pubs on Strand on the Green certainly fit the bill. Start at Kew Bridge and the Bell & Crown will be the first one you come to. Probably the biggest and...

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Barley Mow

The old Barley Mow was a rather edgy boozer, full of flashy one-armed bandits and sullen drinkers. Out of kilter with the genteel surroundings of Turnham Green, it was no surprise that it would eventually succumb to a...

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The Old Pack Horse

The Old Pack Horse is a good, solid pub. It has a sleepy feel out of hours, but picks up in the evening when a mixed bunch of locals fill the place up. It's a Fuller's pub and the beer's brewed just down the road so a decent...

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Coach & Horses Hotel

Despite being a fairly typical Wells' and Young's refurbishment, (loungey furnishings etc.) the Coach and Horses does a pretty good job of balancing its job as a hotel, dining room and local pub. Evenings find the pub populated...

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The Railway

With its lofty, stripped-out interior and prominent use of glass, the Railway's well placed to capture visitors en route to Kew Gardens - especially as it's actually in the station. It's actually not a bad place to stop for a...

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George & Devonshire

Being a barrel roll away from the Fuller's brewery on the edge of the Thames, the George & Devonshire could well be considered to be their flagship pub. This pub's been sitting at the edge of Chiswick Square in Old Chiswick...

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