Bars In Putney
Putney is a bustling and fun night out in London that perhaps offers something different from the central, city chaos. Situated on the Thames, this area has plenty of dashing, hang-outs for drinks, cocktails and dinner. Check out our recommendations for some of the best bars in Putney.
Last updated on 10th April 2017
When it comes to gastro bites and drinks in Putney, there's one pubbing gem that ticks all of the very best British boxes. Coming at you with fresh interiors, a stunning beer garden and the best London beer, The Queen is ever hard to beat.
Be At One is a bar in Putney that brings a fun time party vibe to the Putney bars scene. There are great happy hours through the week, and on weekends, this Putney bar transforms into a dance floor pumping London club.
A Moroccan themed bar in Putney, their chill out lounge is the perfect warm up bar before getting on the dance floor till the early morning. Their sharing bowls are a refreshing mix for friends getting ready to join the crowds dancing to the latest tunes. Make sure you check out the fun at this cool club in West London.
If you're a fan of literary puns and booze, Tequila Mockingbird is the bar for you. This super cool three-floored cocktail spot in Putney is buzzing every single night of the week thanks to the incredible happy hour deals here - tuck into 2-4-1 cocktails or £3 beers from 5pm 'til 9pm every day! Head down, knock a a few cheap drinks back and dance the night away.
While there are plenty of great places to drink in Putney, how many of them do you know boast views like they do at Boathouse. Not only a firm British favourite with affordable pub bites and London beers, their patio and balcony promises some serious boozing with views.
When it comes to the best of live music in Putney, there's rarely a name that can offer it quite like Half Moon can. Mixed between classic British pub and classic music venue, Half Moon promises punters the very best of both worlds.
Friendly, inviting and with plenty of interesting stories to tell, The Duke’s Head is everything a classic pub should be and more. Located on the banks of the Thames, this prize of a gastropub is based in a Grade II-listed Victorian building which is over 150 years old. There’s a variety of bright and inviting rooms for private hire and this flexible hangout suits everything from early evening drinks to light bites and hearty Sunday lunches.