Pubs now open
Pubs Now Open and Reopening in May
We are delighted to be welcoming customers back to join us in our pub gardens which are now open.
Our open pubs now have table bookings for our outside spaces open and we will be operating with all the relevant coronavirus measures.
We are also excited to announce more pubs reopening on Monday 17 May, we are looking forward to having you back inside our wonderful pubs. Bookings for inside are now open, so book ahead to avoid disappointment!
It’s been a long time coming and we can’t wait to see you. Check out our FAQs for further information.
Find your favourite local below, visit their website for further info on their reopening, and book ahead!
The Butchers Hook & Cleaver, Farringdon
Located next door to the famous Smithfield Market in London, The Butchers Hook and Cleaver is a lively, spacious pub that serves up fantastic food and award-winning ales in traditional surroundings.
The Cabbage Patch, Twickenham
This excellent local pub is just a stone's throw from Twickenham Stadium, earning itself something of a reputation among rugby fans. A delightful venue in its own right.
The Cambridge Arms, Bristol
A friendly, bustling local at the heart of the community, Excellent food, great liquid refreshment and engaging, smiley service. Relax and unwind in one of Bristol's best pubs
The Cams Mill, Fareham
Cams Mill is a recreation of the original tidal mill that stood on the same site nearly 100 years ago. This is the perfect place to enjoy a pint and indulge in some delicious food.
The Chamberlain Hotel, Tower Hill
The Chamberlain, near Tower Bridge, is an exceptional hotel with a stylish bar & restaurant downstairs. Just a stones throw from the Tower of London and the capital's main sites.
The Chineham Arms, Chineham
With a spacious open-plan bar and a warm welcome from staff, you'll feel instantly at home with us. This lovely retreat boasts great fresh food, fine ales and no shortage of charm and character.
The Churchill Arms, Kensington
The Churchill Arms lays claim to being London's most famous pub. Built in 1750, this Kensington pub was once frequented by Winston Churchill's grandparents and now many a modern day celebrity
The Coach & Horses, Soho
The Coach and Horses Soho is a deeply loved London institution with a rich history and bright future. Homely and humble, it's a welcome retreat for a pint and chit-chat in the bustling area of Soho.
The Conductor, Farringdon
The Conductor is a stylish pub and restaurant in Fleet Place, Farringdon, serving up indulgent, healthy dishes, along with craft beer, cocktails, mocktails and non-alcoholic tipples in Central London.