The Roebuck is a traditional yet eccentrically designed gastropub offering only the best of British sourced food in a relaxed setting. With its cosy nooks for playing games, heated garden and bright, mismatched furniture, it's one Hampstead pub that isn't afraid to show its personality.
Pubs near Hampstead Heath
A slice of beautiful of the English countryside close to central London, Hampstead Heath is one of the city's most popular outdoor spaces. And, what better way to finish up a jaunt across the heath than with a visit to one of area's most beautiful pubs? Draw up a chair, order yourself a pint and some tasty British food to refuel at one of the best pubs near Hampstead Heath.
With over 60 different beers from across the globe, The Stag is definitely in the running for the title of the largest range in Hampstead. If craft brews aren't your thing, there's also a great range of other drinks to try with your pub grub, especially when the sun's out and they get the BBQ going.
Cute, quirky and complete out there, this is one Hampstead Heath bar with a difference. Based on the fictional life of the eponymous founder, the bar is a shag pad of 70s fun and delicious cocktails, with an impressive boozy brunch when the weekend rolls in.
The Flask is a treasure of a Victorian pub, with plenty of character and a sun-trap conservatory that is ideal for kicking back. Refuel after a day spent on Hampstead Heath with comfort food and a range of drinks including locally brewed beers, Young's ales and an excellent range of wine.
Said to be the place where Keats penned his famous Ode to a Nightingale, this romantic 16th century inn is the perfect place to head after a morning ramble across the heath. There's an extensive range of speciality beers, ales and ciders as well as a menu of British food to pair.
Halfway between Tufnell Park and Hampstead Heath, The Dartmouth Arms is all about the comfort with its mix of delicious food, great drinks, vinyl DJs and a cracking quiz night. Created by London's pop-up pioneers, Disappearing Dining Club, the menu is definitely one to check out.
Located just a stone's throw form Hampstead Heath, Alice House is the perfect place to unwind with a Sunday roast after a wander through the park. Settle into the cosy furnishings and sip in a craft brew while soaking up the homely feel at this local fave.
The Garden Gate's quirky drinks range features Belgian fruit beers and English potato vodka, with regular tasting events and wine clubs for those looking to learn a little. When the sun is shining? Their luscious green beer garden is an absolute must, and a contender for the best in Hampstead.
The Wells is a beautiful venue with original Georgian features that complement the seasonal, ever-changing menu of comforting gastro pub fare. Spend a lazy afternoon playing a game of chess or scrabble with your dog beside you, who will be catered for with their very own dog bowl.
With Camden Brewery starting out in this gastro pub's basement; it's only fitting that Horseshoe should stock unusual brews from the brewers themselves and the pub's own microbrewery. Plus, the stripped-back interiors put emphasis on the pub's top farm-to-fork food and drinks range.
The Freemasons Arms is always evolving, so keep an eye out for its ever-changing selection of quirky wine, cask ales, drafts and bottled beers. Situated on the edge of the heath, this Hampstead pub is warming and comforting in winter with a large outdoor patio for summer months.