This bar on the water has the world’s smallest bar room. Charles II and Nell Gwyn are said to have dined here.
This intimate pub hosts DJ nights, and jazz on Sundays.
The pub in Camden is lined with rock memorabilia, and has a rooftop terrace.
Gastropub in Hackney using locally-sourced ingredients.
Pub with beer garden, indoor fireplace, and BBQ.
Popular Kentish Town mainstay that dates back to the 1860s. Join the locals crowd for a pint and a gab.
Victorian-style pub that hosts trivia nights and poetry readings.
Pub in the heart of Hackney with a grand horsehoe bar and beer garden.
Play pool, snooker, ping pong, and even golf (on Wednesday’s and Thursday’s) or watch some football at this Dalston bar.
Brockley Brewery serves delicious craft beers (Golden, Pale Ale, and Red Ale), to thirsty visitors in south-east London.
Pub in Homerton serving local craft beers and cocktails, and menu items including slow-smoked meats from permanent resident Sugar Shack.
Club in Holloway featuring punk bands and DJs.
“It’s a big country house outside of London that turns into a swingers club every so often. They give out free hot dogs and soft drinks apparently.” — Happyness
“The Spaniards Inn on Hampstead Lane never fails, huge patio for the one day of sunshine we get in London, and facing Hampstead in all it’s green glory.” -Million Miles
“The Scolt Head in De Beauvoir is a great neighbourhood pub, always rammed on a Sunday with people watching football and eating their delicious Roast Dinners.” – Circa Waves
“The Old Blue Last is a true rock and roll pub. Operated by Vice it has gigs on almost every night and quite often for free. Lot’s of up and coming bands get there start in the sweaty room on the first floor. Always start with a couple of pints of Bitter (preferably Tribute) and see where things go after that.” – Circa Waves