The White Horse
For a real slice of history, visit the White Horse, Newburgh Street. Tracing its origins to the early 1700s, this iconic pub was renovated in the 30s and still wears the art deco style of the era with pride – you’ll only need look up to spot the two original stained glass white horse pub signs that still hang at the White Horse to confirm that.
You can relax at the bar, grab a table to enjoy the traditional pub menu, or if you’ve got an event to plan, then the unique Tank Room is ideal for private hire, parties and meetings, comfortably seating 38 people.
There’s plenty to see nearby too, whether you take a stroll down epicentre of the swinging sixties that was Carnaby Street, head to nearby Piccadilly Circus, catch a show at the London Palladium or take in an exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery.
For such a typically British location, you’d expect nothing less than the best in true British pub food – hearty, satisfying meals that you can match with a wide range of cask ales, making the White Horse the ideal place to stop when you’re in London.
- Pub , Event Space
- After work drinks , Drinking and Eating , Chatting and Drinking
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The White Horse, 16 Newburgh St, W1F 7RY
Tottenham Court Road (Tube)