Pubs And Bars In Ealing

This West London suburb may only be a tube ride away from all the action, but it is well worth a visit. Along with a sprawling park, impressive gallery and charming streets, you'll find a flurry of stylish cocktail dens and long-established taprooms. So what are you waiting for? Take a peek at our definitive guide to pubs and bars in Ealing and get planning your next boozy escape.

Last updated on 3rd May 2022




With comfy booths inside and a lush beer garden out back, The Plough Inn is a great choice for imbibers at any time of the year. But it's not just a pretty face. All the dishes are made using ingredients from British suppliers, ensuring you get fresh, seasonal eats.

Located by Wembley Stadium, The Fox & Goose Hotel have chic bedrooms and various corners to hunker down in. Have a few post-game drinks here or end your week on a high by tucking into a mountain of tatties.

Combining 17th century features with modern decor, The New Inn is a brilliant choice for a chilled evening with friends. Share a bottle of wine or sip on espresso martinis as you catch up, or, if the weather allows it, nab your own heated potting shed on the spacious alfresco terrace.

From sports screenings and fresh pints to classic British dishes and family-friendly meals, The Wheatsheaf has got you covered for all things eating and drinking. Step inside the snug spot and spend a rainy afternoon sampling their premium Scotches.

You can visit all the pubs and bars in Ealing Broadway, but you'll be hard pushed to find another as cool and laidback as Beerkat. A must for craft brew lovers, the bottleshop, bar and pizza kitchen is fun to hit up during the weekend as it's joined by a DJ that provides funky tunes.

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Head to St Mary's Road where you'll find The Castle Inn, an endearing Ealing pub. Along with an award-winning beer garden, the watering hole also champions local breweries and has long played host to live bands and musicians - including the one and only Freddie Mercury.

A no-brainer for places to drink in Ealing, The North Star is a serious crowd-pleaser. The boozer pairs gorgeous decor with a selection of seasonally-changing beers and mouthwatering menus suitable for carnivores, veggies and vegans alike. 

You wouldn't know it from the outside, but The Grange is home to one of the best beer gardens in Ealing. The Victorian pub's heated hidden oasis is a suntrap in the summer months, while the inside has plenty of cosy nooks for a Sunday roast during winter