When it comes to lavish pubs in Hammersmith, The Stonemasons Arms hits the nail on the head. A decadent boozer that's primed for lush bottles of wine and indulgent gastro dishes, head on down for a sumptuous night of drinking and dining in the city.
Bars In Hammersmith
With its plot by the Thames, Hammersmith is a prime location for drinks in the city away from the bustle of its heart. From lavish gastro pubs and hearty eateries, to cocktail bars that boast some of the very best happy hours in the city, it's a location that provides the thirsty with a backdrop of all things leafy. Check out our recommendations for where to grab a drink in the area below.
A historic pub combining first-class hospitality with front-row views of the Thames, The Old Ship has been keeping Hammersmith well fed and watered since way back in 1722. A lovely and relaxed spot whether you're coming for a quick drink or hosting a fully-fledged dinner party in their private hire spaces.
Bill's may be a dab hand when it comes to brunches and dinner, but they also know how to mix up a varied yet classic cocktails that will more than wet your whistle on an afternoon in Hammersmith.
Known for their buzzing atmosphere when it comes to all sporting events, Belushi's is a bit of a London institution for big parties, big music and big boozing. Their Hammersmith bar boasts lots of space, big screen TVs and a menu of delicious pub food so you can get your grub on whilst you drink and dance.
A hotel bar in the heart of Hammersmith, Brook Green is your charming boozer choice for drinks in West London. Not only piling up plates with a selection of seasonal dishes and gastro favourites, their contemporary pub promises craft beer, ale and wines to boot.
One of the most unique bars in Hammersmith and dosing guests with a vintage twang is the Smiths cocktail bar. Not only serving up lush libations amongst a menu of enticing platters, the interiors are marked with luxe and indulgent fabrics.
The all-round stars of a hefty happy hour, creative concoctions and a hella fun party atmosphere are running amok in Hammersmith. In the All Stars league when it comes to cocktail bar antics, Be At One is the place to go for a cocktail list longer than a ball of yarn. Always fun, always affordable and most definitely always where you end up having one too many.
Decorated with colourful beanbags, comfy seats and deck chairs so you can really lap up those sunny spells, this is a great bar for some summer chillin'. If the weather takes an inevitable turn then indoors is just the cosy retreat with contemporary furnishings and a bar well stocked with beer, wine and cocktails.
Water, water everywhere but nay a drop to drink? Let Draft House Hammersmith keep you glugging as the craft beer spot comes complete with hoppy blends, IPAs and plates that are sure to keep any beer fiend happy.
If you find yourself in the Hammersmith neck of the woods, get down to The Colton Arms for great beer and even greater times. Everyone is welcome, regulars and newcomers alike, and it's easy to find yourself lost in conversation in this intimate pub. The kitchen delivers a lot of delicious, seasonal British food, should you get hungry too.
With lashings of countryside chic and English charm, The Curtains Up is an idyllic refuge for relaxed drinking and dining activities. Humble in size and friendly in character, this pub is the place to go for a hefty dose of traditional pub grub with a pint, glass of wine or cheeky cocktail in hand. Snuggle down with friends here and enjoy a pre-theatre tipple.
Whether it's for hungry hankerings, or just to indulge in some tip top riverside views, The Blue Boat is coming up trumps for drinks in Hammersmith. From gastro inspired grub and a menu toting some of London's top ales, to a delicious dose of Thames views and their maritime theme, The Blue Boat has a little something for you all.
The Black Lion is serving up a slice of rural living just a short walk from Chiswick and Hammersmith. Located on the banks of the River Thames, this historic boozer is the perfect place for a restorative pint after a blustery winter walk. Curl up by the fire and tuck into one of their classic British dishes - from bangers and mash to traditional pies.