When it comes to a great wine bar in Chiswick, Vinoteca know their stuff. Join the Devinshore Road favourite for a vast selection of bottles (both for drinking, and for buying) along with plates made for the grape, such as chicken with white wine sauce and cheese plates. Kids menu? They have one of those too.
Best Bars in Chiswick
As close to Kew Gardens as you're set to get and brimming with suburban life, there's something about the charming hum to Chiswick that's hard to miss, making eating and drinking there the ultimate buzz. From humble boozers down to restaurants that spark with minimalism and seasonal dishes, why not check out our recommendations for the best places for a drink in Chiswick.
One of the very best pubs in Chiswick, The George IV isn't just a please to look at, it's a treat on the gut to boot. Brimming with British prowess and dishes that hark with pub classics, head on down for a cool and comfortable evening of pints, ales and mounted plates.
If there were an award for one of the prettiest looking restaurants in Chiswick, No.197 would have won it, countless years in a row. Brimming with Swedish inspired minimalism and dishes that hark of seasonal fare, head on down for the interiors, the cocktails and the unique plates.
Founds just shy of Kew Gardens station, there's plenty that makes The Pilot one of the best places to eat and drink in Chiswick. Whether it's their pub feel, their roster of traditional British pints of their plates of gastro favourites, there's a little something for everyone here.
Head towards the river and you'll find the home of Fuller's beer. The Griffin Brewery has opened its doors once again and they'll be bringing you an incredible series of fun tours and tastings in their on-site taproom.
Adorned with hanging ferns, sultry lighting and warm orange tones, Boca London is a gorgeous plot for a tipple or two. Choose from either delicious cocktails or moreish wines, and maybe even grab a bite to eat from the Italian-inspired food menu.