40 Pubs and Bars found in or around North Ealing (Train Station)

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Haven Arms

Great Pub and historically a great eating and drinking hole just away from Ealing Broadway. When the sun shines it's a great place to be outside and when it's cold it has an intimate and warm atmosphere that invites staying in...

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0.41mi
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The Red Lion

The Red Lion is a well run, comfortable Fuller's house that makes the most of its location, with walls adorned with photos and posters from Ealing Comedies and the various actors who've passed through the gates of the legendary...

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0.93mi
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The Wheatsheaf

Tucked away on a narrow residential street to the north of Ealing station are two pubs almost right next to each other. The Wheatsheaf seems to be the more commercial and slightly more popular of the two and is a solid local...

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The North Star

No surprise to anyone whose been to any of M&B's more upmarket pubs, the one surprising thing about the North Star was the relaxed and friendly atmosphere despite its prime position on Ealing High Road. A good-looking...

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0.62mi
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The Haven

A nice blend of an old style boozer with some modern touches. Basically it means you get wine and real ale, light jazz and sport on the big screen, and a fairly young crowd with some old lags. It's all rather pleasant, though...

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0.65mi
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King's Arms

Approaching from a distance, such is the tasteful external colour scheme, you'd be forgiven for thinking this is your common-or-garden upmarket smartened up old boozer. Not this time, though: somewhat refreshingly the King's...

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0.71mi
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Chatsworth Bar

No longer as bland as we previously reported it to be, it still feels more like a bar and restaurant more than a pub, but drinking is still first priority, even if it is cocktails. Don't get us wrong, pints are available, just...

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0.83mi
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The Acton Arms

Leave your sensibilities at the door of the Redback or expect them to be dragged out of you and trampled underfoot. This is not a normal pub, but instead aims for dispossessed Aussies and their followers who are looking for a...

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0.84mi
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Red Lion & Pineapple

This oddly named pub will hold no surprises on the food or drink front for anyone whose ever visited any branch of Wetherspoon. Even the clientele seems to have come pre-assembled from their warehouse - a scattering of old men...

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0.91mi
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Duke Of York

On our last visit to this one, we found yet another old style boozer which was pleasant and welcoming. We're finding Acton seems to be divided between gastrobars and traditional pubs, an interesting division in itself. It's...

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