Where To Play Shuffleboard In London

First gaining notoriety as a much-loved pastime of King Henry VIII, shuffleboard has had a bit of comeback with Londoners of late. Simple in its concept (gamers simply slide a disc along a narrow surface - aiming to land within the scoring area), the game can now be found in many boozers and bars, with sleek full-sized playing tables, outdoor play spaces and electronic scoring systems. So, if you're looking for something a little different for your next night out, look no further than our guide on where to play shuffleboard in London. 

Last updated on 9th September 2020




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A one-stop-shop for all your sports and gaming needs, Westwood Sports Pub and Kitchen is a light and airy West London bar - adorned with huge HD screens and comfy booths. Showing all major sporting events, you'll be able to fit in a cheeky shuffle between halves on an evening, or better yet, head here on a Sunday and play the game for completely free. 

Broadleaf

168 user reviews 4

The crowd at Broadleaf is made up of well-heeled young professionals, avid sports fans and those in search of some shuffleboard-shaped fun. Head here on a weekend and indulge in the bottomless sports menu which includes arrival snacks, sharing platters and burgers all for just £25, with the option to add bottomless beer, fizz or wine for £22.50. 

Nine Lives

433 user reviews 5

Perhaps one of the chicest-looking shuffleboard spots in London, Nine Lives is a sultry drinking den filled with low-hanging botanics and quirky antique furniture. Coming from the team behind Sweet&Chilli, the drinks here taste as good as they look (and they look pretty damn good). Hosting regular shuffleboard tournaments with cash prizes, an evening spent hiding out here, is time well spent.

Electric Shuffle

255 user reviews 5

Sparkling Hour

The newest kid on the shuffleboard scene, Electric Shuffle has bought this classic pub game into the 21st century with scores instantly appearing on interactive game screens. This stunning venue is inspired by a power station, with exposed pipes, slinky leather furnishings and neon lighting. And in terms of food? Expect small plates, sharing platters and pizzas, perfect for those mid-game munchies.

The Hat and Tun

139 user reviews 5

Looking more like the kind of cosy country pub you'd find in the rolling hills of Devon, than in the heart of Faringdon, The Hat and Tun oozes charm and character. Whilst not widely advertised, this place offers a modest shuffleboard table - perfect for a laid-back get together with friends. 

Barrel and Horn

1 user review 5

Traditional Bromley boozer Barrel & Horn is known for its welcoming atmosphere, legendary pub quiz and regular open mic nights. But it also happens to be home to a shuffleboard table, vintage pinball machine and well-loved Fussball game - perfect for some rainy day fun.