22 Pubs and Bars found in or around Ravenscourt Park (London Underground)

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The Hampshire Hog (ex-Ruby Grand)

Destined for gastro glory, now run by the pair who made the Engineer in Primrose Hill a success for seventeen years after a fruitless campaign, led by local celebrities to keep it in their hands. We'll have to get back and see...

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0.17mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 5 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Salutation

There's been a pub on this site since 1750, originally a coaching inn, and now a pub. We think the Salutation is a pretty decent pub, with a rather unusual Edwardian tiled facade - worth going for a look on it's own. The...

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0.25mi
Fancyapint rating:FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
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Cross Keys

The Cross Keys is a Fuller's house that's ideal if you're finding the bright lights of the Chiswick High Road too much of a strain. Our last visit found a fairly busy locals pub, predominantly - but not exclusively - filled...

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0.26mi
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Dove

A pleasant old pub on the river, a short walk from Hammersmith bridge. It looks like a good British pub should - situated in a narrow alleyway, a low door opening into dingy interior with nooks and crannies furnished with old...

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0.29mi
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The Raven

By day, the Raven is a jolly nice old pub - a low-level, rambling sort of place, with a number of small rooms laid-out in a semi-openplan way, furnished with wooden seats and tables (plus the occasional settee) and there's a...

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0.30mi
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Anglesea Arms

The Anglesea Arms is a very popular gastropub that caters for the well-spoken trend-setters of W6. One of the original gastro conversions, this one's a pleasant enough place when it's quiet, but it can get horribly busy when...

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0.31mi
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The Thatched House

An establishment that aims for both the wine bar and pub crowds, and pretty much pulls it off. With it being owned by Young's you're sure of a decent enough pint and with the genteel interiors, you can relax in a bit of style....

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0.25mi
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Andover Arms

We were rather worried when we heard the Andover Arms had received a makeover, as it has always been somewhat of a sanctuary in the area. Our latest visit however can confirm that the changes aren't as dramatic as we had...

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0.26mi
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Old Ship Inn

The Old Ship Inn occupies the outside of one of the Thames' more picturesque bends, in view of both Chiswick Bridge to the right and Hammersmith Bridge to the left and its position means that on weekends it gets very crowded so...

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0.31mi
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Plough & Harrow

Once the William Morris was 'upgraded' to an all singing, all dancing Lloyds No. 1 Bar, it was considered necessary to have a new 'proper' Wetherspoon in Hammersmith. It wasn't, but we'll let that one go. Part of a Holiday Inn...

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0.25mi
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