Pubs In Bethnal Green

The traditional East End boozer is a part of London's heritage, famed for pints, pies, pork scratchings ... However, gone are the days of the Krays and dodgy landlords, as Bethnal Green's pub scene has undergone a revolution. Steak and kidney pies have become gastro pastries, the cask ales are brewed locally with meticulous craft and the décor has had a face lift that Joan Rivers would be proud of. Expect culture and quirkiness as we take you through some of the best pubs in Bethnal Green.

Lord Morpeth

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Looking for places to drink in Bethnal Green? Make sure the Lord Morpeth is on your list. With a historical past on its side, this east London favourite boasts quirky interiors and cosy vibes with a menu of sourdough pizza to boot.

The Sun Tavern

1 user review 4

You could argue that The Sun Tavern is worthy of its gravitational pull on East End socialites, so popular a pub it is. For whisky drinkers it has a great selection of blends, bourbons and single malts to warm your cockles while you relax the stylish yet cosy interiors.

The Carpenter's Arms

1 user review 3

The history behind The Carpenter's Arms is laced in crime and mystery, actually it isn't but it was owned by the mother of the Kray twins, so it's a pretty interesting place. Beyond all of that it is a delightfully charming pub with a rich regency interiors, delicious grub and a globe trotting beer selection. 

The Camel

1 user review 3

This Bethnal Green pub quaintly sits on the corner of Sugar Loaf Walk which sounds like something out of a fairytale, the true magic however lies within and more precisely on your plate, right before you tuck into one of The Camel's famed gourmet pies.