Located on Bankside, this pub has some amazing views of the Thames river and London skyline. The venue serves drinks, food and snacks all through the day. They have generous out door seating that over looks the water and riverside.
The claim to fame for this classic pub is the fact that it is the oldest existing Public House on the river Thames. The second floor has a restaurant and bar while the first floors opens up onto the deck that gives eye catching views of river.
The Old Thameside Inn
This warm venue is a pure symbolization of the English pub's. The classic design, delicious ale and scrumptious bar food all enhance the setting. Customers can enjoy the sites and sounds nearby or spend some time discovering the history of the Inn which used to be an old spice warehouse.
This is a traditional pub, having a long history. The venue serves a large number of ales along with authentic bar food. Visitors will find that the attractions nearby are some of London's most famous and make the pub a great place to relax after a long day of sight seeing.
Butlers Wharf Chop House
This bar and grill is a high end venue that offers scenic views of the river in an under stated setting. The Butlers Wharf Chop House celebrates traditional English cooking and drinks by offering its clients a large winelist and some of the most well made British dining in London.
This pub is owned and operated by Taylor Walker and is located along the bank of the river Thames near Hammersmith Bridge. The menu includes cask ales and British classics like Fish & chips and Bangers & Mash.
The Hammersmith Ram
This river side bar is located close to the shopping and theater area of Hammersmith. The traditional Irish venue has live music and great drinks making it the perfect after show location to hang out with friends.
This family-run operation is a pub, situated on the river Thames. The venue was first licensed in 1722 and has serve London for many years. The location of the pub makes it a perfect stop over for visitors tot he Hammersmith area.