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.
A Draft House pub nestled in the heart of Bethnal Green, Birdcage is a beloved neighbourhood pub that oozes charm. Located just a stone's thrown from the flower market on Columbia Road, it's a perfect hideaway for after-work drinks and chilling out with loved ones.
Attracting an eclectic and creative crowd The Star host regular live DJs and live music acts while there is a different food or drinks deal for every day of the week. A great Bethnal Green pub for bringing a friend along to catch up in cool surroundings.
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 Well and Bucket is a legendary drinking establishment in the East End with bags of character at every turn and is a shining example of the London pub revolution. There's even a secret speakeasy serving cocktails too, you didn't hear it from us though.
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 Sebright Arms has a historic place in East London, famous for its flowing drinks, delicious food and epic live music with up-and-coming stars taking centre stage most evenings. There's also no need to dress yourself up as everybody's here for the same reason, uninhabited good times.
If the idea was to recreate the magic of the vintage East End boozer then The Marksman is aptly named, cause they've hit the bullseye. Its historic reputation serves it well in attracting a mixed bag of regulars, new visitors and celebrities alike.