A top boozer serving a great selection of ales, ciders and wines, it's pretty easy to see why such a lively crowd fills the place (and the outdoor tables(. There's all sorts of entertainment going on too, with raucous quiz nights and sporting action broadcast live.
Best Pubs in Battersea
From the Rise to the iconic waterside park, Battersea is fit-to-bursting with fantastic pubs. Whether you're after a Sunday roast in a gorgeous gastro or looking for the best beer gardens with added activities, you've come to the right place. Check out our recommendations for the best pubs in Battersea and get familiar your new favourite spot.
Known for its great food and extensive beer menu, Duke of Battersea is a pub that does Sunday sessions and private parties in equal measure. There's a load of private spaces and an outdoor garden available to book if you're looking for something special.
Located on the cobbled High Street, The Candlemaker is one of the best pubs in Battersea. Covered in vibrant 1960's inspired art and stylishly decked out in Austin Powers style decor; this is an quirky spot to watch one of the many soul and rock gigs.
This local is full of character, life, affordable lunchtime bargains, and it has quickly become a favourite for fans of locally brewed beers and mouth-watering burgers. Nestled on Lavender Hill, it's wonderfully decorated with vintage photography and softer-than-soft sofas.
One of the most quaint pubs in Battersea, no one does casual afternoons in the south quite like The Duke of Cambridge. From its eclectic blue interiors down to its roster of draught pints and pub grub, this is the perfect place to unwind, especially when spring and summer come around.
Perfect for those looking to escape the bustle of the city and chill out the right way, The Waterfront is a calm and casual Youngs-owned hangout for everything from private events and laid-back pints to a classic pub meal with friends (all right by the water).
With a stellar reputation for delicious meals with locally sourced ingredients, this pub brings a gastro flair to this part of Battersea. A decked garden plus toys, games and a friendly atmosphere bring in people of all ages for premium Sunday moments of chill.
A lively haunt any day of the week, BrewDog on Battersea Rise brings you a stonking selection of bottle and draft beers, alongside tasty bar snacks and an outdoor area perfect for some sunshine sipping. Dogs? They're welcome here too.
Lending its hand to pretty much anything weird and wonderful, including comedy, acrobatics and live music, punters come here for a fun and wacky evening thanks to Four Thieves relationship with all things unique. Whether you're in it for their brunch, a Sunday meal or garden fun, it's all worth a visit.
Prince Albert is Battersea Park's charming neighbourhood local, just one minute shy of the water. Chucking a roaring fire in winter and hearty pub classics and locally brewed ales all year round. The ideal spot for a lazy Sunday, where you can tuck into a roast washed down with a Bloody Mary or two.
Just a short walk from Clapham Junction, Hawkins Forge is a popular pub among Battersea's folk. Decked out with 70s-style seating and exposed brickwork, this is a fantastic find for tucking into delicious food and drink, or even enjoying the Sky Sports and live music.
If you're after places to drink in Battersea, this charming boozer should be on your list. Insta-worthy decor sees flower walls and a gorgeous terrace matched with a menu of pub classics, draught ales, wine, bubbly and more, all great for enjoying alongside the footie.
The Oak SW12 is a charming Battersea pub with stylish interiors and unbeatable views of the Thames dock. Join them for a boozy brunch, hearty lunch or romantic meal and they're sure to impress with their menu of fresh, seasonal British and Italian classics.