43 Pubs and Bars found in or around Kew Gardens (London Underground, London Overground)

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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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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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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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Rose & Crown

Whereas most pub chains strip things down when refurbishing, Chef & Brewer take the opposite approach, turning up the 'rustic' quotient whenever they can. So the 'new-look' Rose and Crown now comes with lowered ceilings,...

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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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Watermans Arms

On the face of it, this one looks like it's about to be subsumed by high rise luxury flats that have sprung up around it. Rather reassuring then that a local pub can still have a bit of character to it whilst the buildings...

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Brewery Tap

The epitome of an easy going locals' pub, this one's ideal for a few beers on a warm afternoon. The comfortable interior manages to fit in a pool table and a screen for the football whilst still leaving enough room if you're...

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Old Fire Station

The Old Fire station is the closest thing Brentford has to a trendy drinking spot. It's not the only pub in London which sits in converted fire station - and is arguably the best of them - but it does suffer from a number of...

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