Bars In Hammersmith

With its plot by the Thames, Hammersmith is a prime West London 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 of the very best Hammersmith bars right here.

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Last updated on 3rd July 2024

The Black Lion Hammersmith

The Black Lion is serving up a slice of rural living in Hammersmith. Located on the banks of the River Thames, this boozer is the perfect place for a restorative pint after a walk along the riverside, with a hearty menu classic British dishes including bangers and mash and freshly-made pies. 

The Hop Poles

The Hop Poles is only a short walk from Hammersmith station, making it the perfect boozer to swing by if you're on your way to a show at the Lyric or Apollo. It comes equipped with laid-back decor (think cosy booths and quirky art), as well as a large selection of beers, wines and spirits. On the menu? Look forward to tucking into loaded fries and tacos topped with grilled halloumi. 

The Old City Arms, Hammersmith

The Old City Arms is a cheerful and bright pub that can be found a short walk from the station, fronting wooden panelled walls, beamed ceilings and plenty of character. You're bound to find a classic drink here (alongside a good slice of pizza), as it toots 2-4-1 on cocktails like espresso martinis and mojitos. You can also look forward to a selection of wines, beers and soft drinks to go alongside your match viewing or dinner. 

Stonemasons Arms

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When it comes to lavish pubs in Hammersmith, The Stonemasons Arms hits the nail on the head. Boasting a lengthy bar stock that includes ales brewed in Chiswick, craft and international beers like Yeastie Boys, real ales, and over 60 different wines from around the world, you'll be spoilt for choice at this charming boozer. As sunlight sweeps over this cosy gastropub's exposed brick and chic farmhouse-style decor, you'll feel right at home on one of its two floors.


You'll find Latymers sporting a quirky mirrored ceiling and filled with people grabbing a fresh pint after a long day. It's an atmospheric West London watering hole with a well-stocked bar and a delicious Thai menu. Swing by for just a drink or make a meal of it with a fragrant green curry or pad Thai noodles.