We have reopened a number of our pubs from the 4th of July across England with many more to open throughout the month. We have assessed each venue and deemed these pubs safe to be able to open and accommodate customers to the high standards expected by a Fuller's pub.
Whether you're longing for that crisp #FirstPint or Frontier battered haddock and triple cooked chips, we're ready, waiting and excited to see you.
Some pubs on this list are ready and open, while others will reopen shortly. Please check the pub's website for more details on their reopening date and for reservations.
Find a pub, reserve your space, and see you very soon.
The Pavilion End, St Paul's
Fine food, great cask ales and a warm welcome make this excellent city pub well worth a visit. Just down the road from St Paul's Cathedral, it's a great place to stop for lunch while exploring London
The Pilgrim Inn, Marchwood
Offering sublime accommodation for New Forest visitors, The Pilgrim Inn is one of the region's best hotels. Near Southampton, the thatched pub allows you to explore the area from a luxurious base.
The Pilot, Chiswick
The Pilot is a small but perfectly formed Chiswick pub, serving an extremely high standard of food and ale in a friendly, relaxed environment. The Pilot provides the ideal solution for function hire.
The Plough Inn, Ealing
With its retro style interior, the Plough offers a twist on the traditional English pub. It's a perfect match of style and substance - chic decor, a fantastic menu, endless drinks and a lovely garden.
The Prince Blucher, Twickenham
The Prince Blucher is a charming, traditional pub right on Twickenham Green. Being close to the home of England rugby, with great food, ale, big garden and service it really does tick all the boxes.
The Queen's Head, Hammersmith
Set in Hammersmith's leafy Brook Green, The Queen's Head is a delightful local pub and far bigger than its modest frontage would have you believe.