Pubs to Watch The Euros
The Antelope, Belgravia
The Antelope is a beautiful, traditional pub in Belgravia, with plenty of character and a history that dates back to the 17th century. Lively in the evenings and great spot for lunch!
The Black Horse, Greenford
A spacious, traditional pub split over two levels, The Black Horse occupies an idyllic spot on the Grand Union Canal. Enjoy an al fresco pint in our beer garden, as well as live music and pub quizzes.
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 Crown & Sceptre, Shepherds Bush
A hidden gem in the quiet backstreets of Shepherds Bush, The Crown and Sceptre is a traditional London local serving first-class ale and excellent Thai food.
The Distillers, Hammersmith
Hammersmith's home of craft beer, The Distillers is the perfect spot for post work drinks or pub food. With a huge garden boasting its own bar and BBQ area, The Distillers is the pub for all seasons.
The Drayton Court, Ealing
Stunning gothic architecture, beautiful boutique rooms and all manner of exciting events make The Drayton Court Hotel the best place to eat, drink and stay in the leafy London suburb of Ealing.
The Hand & Flower, Hammersmith
A beautiful Victorian pub/hotel in the heart of Hammersmith, that incorporates nine luxurious rooms in an historic building. Ideally situated opposite Olympia, with a great range of craft beer.
The Jack Horner, Bloomsbury
The Jack Horner, situated on Tottenham Court Road, is a sophisticated pub with a warm and friendly welcome. It is one of Fuller's Ale & Pie pubs, and has a traditional British menu.
The Jugged Hare, Victoria
The imposing columns of this former bank belie the warm and friendly welcome that awaits inside. The Jugged Hare, Victoria, serves award winning beer in grand, stylish surroundings.