Piccadilly Line Bars

Stretching from Heathrow right the way through to Cockfosters, there's something of a swagger about the Piccadilly Line. Weaving its way through some of the city's most stylish and sought after neighbourhoods, there's no shortage of top notch bars on this 44-mile trip across the capital. Get some mates together, top up that Oyster Card and embark on a tour of our recommended (Zone 1 and 2) Piccadilly Line bars.

Last updated on 30th June 2022

Just a short walk from Turnpike Lane Station, you'll find contemporary pub The Westbury fronting exposed brick walls, artwork from local talent and a terrace that's heated in winter and a sunny escape come summer. Better yet, there's roasts and drinks galore.

The Bunghole Cellars

166 user reviews 5

Just a short walk from Holborn, this gorgeous wine bar is a top spot for a few glasses before the journey home. Offering a huge drinks selection with specialist wines, craft beers and cocktails, alongside a delicious food menu, it's one of the best spots to hop off the tube for.

The Arnos Arms

1002 user reviews 4

 Located just a short walk from Arnos Grove Station, this charming pub is a great spot for outdoor drinking and dining. With two beer gardens, toasty heaters and a menu packed full of tasty plates, it's a guaranteed winner. 


2 user reviews 5

Situated just minutes from Hammersmith station, this popular boozer is all about the craft beers. There's over 40 different bottles available, with 20 available on tap. If that's not enough, then there's a carefully curated wine list and cocktails to accompany a fabulous selection of British dishes.

The Faltering Fullback

5 user reviews 5

We'll round off our tour of the Piccadilly Line Zones 1 & 2 with a charming Irish pub near Finsbury Park. There's a fantastic beer garden, big screen for all the sport, lively quiz nights and partying through to the early hours at the weekends. Lively atmosphere plus good selection of drinks equals all-round winner.