Pubs In Putney
There's so much going on around Putney whatever you're into, whether it's celeb spotting in Richmond Park, marvelling at the beauty of Fulham Palace or of course enjoying the boat racing. But all of these activities make for thirsty work so you're going to want a place to relax and have a tipple in South-West London's leafy suburb. For perfect pints, wholesome Sunday roasts and gorgeous beer gardens let this list guide you through some of the best recommended pubs in Putney.
Putney is home to some of the best in London's suburban boozers, but this one comes with that little added extra. Not only hosting a balcony and patio area sat right alongside the Thames, the beer and pub grub menu at Boathouse is a roster of British favourites.
Brushed with a cosy, comforting palette, The Queen Adelaide is about as charming as London pubs come. Sitting pretty in Wandsworth on the boarders of Putney, she's a beauty for relaxed drinking ventures and socialising after work thanks to its 18th century get up as well as the secret garden she harbours out back perfect for those alfresco boozing moments.
If you're serious about your curbing hunger you'll want to head down to The Duke's Head pub in Putney. They don't mess around when it comes to hearty and delicious dinners such as Chef's Choice Mussels or the Venison Pot Pie. Set in a Grade II listed Victorian building The Duke's Head is the perfect gastro pub to relax in with drinks or better still catch the boat racing while tucking into a sublime Sunday roast.
Despite having been a favourite for London's Highwaymen in centuries gone by, the Green Man in Putney Heath is now a warm, welcoming venue in South London. The pub serves a range of hearty gastro pub food, including British steaks grilled to perfection, light fish and chip and traditional roast dinners on Sunday. With the bar stocked full of delicious craft beer and flavoursome real ales, it's the idea place for a few after work drinks or a lazy Winter weekend by the fire.
Move away from the madding crowds of the High Street and into the much-more serene world of the Coat & Badge, on Lacy Road. A homely, cosy favourite that features a warm and welcoming atmosphere inside as well as one of the best beer gardens in south-west London outside, this place is great regardless of whether you're coming for a chilled brunch, a few drinks in the sunshine or catching the sport on the big screen.