No.1 Duke Street is a great independent neighbourhood bar in Richmond that doesn't rest on the laurels of its surroundings. Serving up delicious cocktails, coffee, brunch or dinner, it's here for all your needs, while you sit within its elegantly decorated and cosy interior or its quirky terrace.
Bars in Richmond
Richmond is one of London's leafiest and beautiful boroughs, of that there is no doubt. From balmy evenings to chilled out afternoons, we've got the boozers for you. Whether you want a lounge bar that's open late, a place to kick off a big night, a private party venue or even just a good meal accompanied by affordable drinks, you can find it in here. Take a look at our extensive guide to the best pubs and bars in Richmond.
Taking its name from the location on which it lies, this cosy bar and restaurant is perfect for any occasion (it even hosted one of the Rolling Stones' first gigs). From weekday after-work drinks to casual meals on the weekend, One Kew Road is a top Richmond bar on all fronts.
The Old Ship might just be your new favourite pub in Richmond. The interiors are made up like a rustic pub, with deep mahogany, antiques, and a bar packed with craft ales and beers. And if you feel a bit peckish, they have a delicious menu filled with traditional, seasonal British dishes.
If you're going to The Slug and Lettuce, you can be guaranteed two things: good menus and great prices. On top of the discounted food and drinks, this top Richmond bar also boasts a beautiful riverside location and a beer garden that's perfect for the warmer weather.
A well-established cocktail bar, Be At One is just minutes from the water's edge. From innovative concoctions to extended happy hours, this is an ideal pick for drinks in Richmond, just make sure to book ahead, because chances are you won't be the only one feeling thirsty.
Nestled on the riverbanks of the Thames, Pitcher & Piano offers stunning views from its prime location and pretty terrace space. Head to this gem of a Richmond bar and you'll find classic breakfasts, Sunday roasts, hearty burgers and plenty more with an extensive range of drinks to keep you refreshed.
One of the most cutesy places to eat and drink in Richmond, The Orange Tree isn't just a wonderland of kitsch botanical prints and heartwarming furniture. Their culinary offering evokes the finest of British cuisine set alongside craft favourites and international wines.
Perfectly situated on the riverbank of the Thames, Revolution brings the party every night of the week. Between the fresh food, modern cocktails and live DJs, there's always a reason to go down to this popular bar, expect two floors filled with eclectic music and affordable deals.
The White Cross is a historic pub in Richmond, dating way back to 1780. Aside from the beautiful and calming view of the water, there's home-cooked food and live sports on the big screen, and you can even bring your four-legged friends along too as dogs are more than welcome.