Best Mayfair Pubs

The pubs of Mayfair? Just so happen to be some of the oldest and most grand in London. Flocked to by the after-work crowd of the capital, these pubs offer everything from the crème de la crème of gastro cuisine, to sun-trapping beer gardens and pubs showing the football. A stone's throw from Green Park Tube Station, find crisp pints and cool awnings right here.

Last updated on 30th September 2022




The Market Tavern

3 user reviews 5

The Market Tavern is tucked amongst the chic boutiques and intimate cafés of Shepherd Market in Mayfair. With the main pub downstairs and the Chesterfield Bar upstairs, this Mayfair pub is full of surprises and offers up 11 speciality draught beers, plus three real ales, as well as freshly cooked pub food and the best Sunday roast in Mayfair. 

Iron Duke

1 user review 4

Iron Duke is a traditional Mayfair pub on Avery Row. With real ales, international wines and beers on tap, Iron Duke is perfect for evening drinks or a place to catch up with friends. The food here consists of hearty sandwiches, pies, pickled eggs, home-made pork scratchings, pickled onions, and of course their famous Friday beef wellingtons.

The Windmill Mayfair

853 user reviews 4

Famed throughout London (and indeed the UK) for their flawless menu of pies, The Windmill is a charming little boozer offering some respite from the relentless pace of central London. You've just got to try one of their many pie varieties - the steak offering has won 3 national awards - best enjoyed with something from their 8 cask ales or top quality wine list.

PunchBowl

62 user reviews 4

Dating back to 1750, The PunchBowl is one of Mayfair's oldest pubs. The PunchBowl is known for serving superb British fusion cuisine sourced from the freshest ingredients and served in a homely and very professional manner. A vast range of cask ales, whiskeys and international wines are all available, soothing the finest of palates.

A traditional pub in a dream location, The Kings Head Mayfair really is one characterful pub to relax in after a busy sightseeing trip. If you're exploring Buckingham Palace, the Ritz and RADA, make sure to swing by after for a spot of British eating at its finest. 

The Clarence

133 user reviews 5

The Clarence is a premier spot in Mayfair if you're looking to cosy up with a few pints in the city. Along with a huge space that can fit up to 100 people, the venue showcases delicious pub grub - we're talking pies, burgers and steaks.

Sanctuary House

2 user reviews 4

Searching for fabulous watering holes in London? Check out Sanctuary House in Westminster for classic cask ales and lagers, alongside an amazing slew of eats from its bustling menu - think smoked salmon salads and battered haddock with triple cooked chips.