best beer gardens pubs in london

10 of the best pubs Beer Gardens in London

Here are the best beer gardens from pubs in London as from April 12th pints, cocktails and drinks will be served on patios, gardens and car parks.

Now that sanitary restrictions have eased, pubs are going to need to make their patios and car parks suitable for customers to recreate the best beer gardens to enjoy outdoor dining and drinking. In fact, it’s the only space where pubs are allowed to serve drinks.

 

The following pubs have some of the best beer gardens in comfy and nice outdoor spaces settings

(Via Luxury London)

 

Duke of Edinburgh, Brixton | @dukebrixton

According to locals, it is the place in the area with the most outdoor space. At The Duke they can host up to 100 people outside, and you can reserve tables for up to six people. In addition, they offer the possibility of ordering your drinks from an app. And for tasting, you can pair your drinks with jerk style chicken, Caribbean cuisine served with rice and peas, coleslaw, jerk sauce and pineapple jam and Scotch bonnet.

Book: http://dukeofedinburghpub.com/reservations/

 

The Scolt Head, De Beauvoir | @thescolthead

A small but charming garden which until May, anyone who books an evening table at The Scolt has to order a full meal. You will enjoy your drinks with great food as smoked trout with eggs and watercress mayo on focaccia, or turkey and bacon burgers.

https://www.thescolthead.co.uk

 

Spaniards Inn, Hampstead | @thespaniardsinn

Open since 1585, the Spaniards Inn is a place full of history, where Charles Dickens and John Keats used to drink. The beer garden has beautiful lights, warm and cozy. In the menu you’ll be able to enjoy gastropub food, with delights as Armagnac Tarte Tatin and pand roasted venison with spiced squash puree.

https://www.thespaniardshampstead.co.uk

 

The Stag, Belsize Park | @stagnw3

Enjoy great burgers from the kitchen and have a fresh pint from the selection of real ales from the menu, perfect for beer lovers. One of the best beer gardens, accepts walk-ins from April 12 for a maximum of six people.

thestagnw3.com

 

The Castle, Tooting | @castletooting

A nice local pub on Tooting High Street with great burgers and hot dogs as well as comfort food, serving spritz, beers, cocktails and beers. The bar recently added chalet-style huts, and some of them even have their own drinks fridges and fire places. By the way, if you work from home, you can book a table here during the day and get brunch and unlimited tea and coffee for just £10.

 

The White Swan, Twickenham | @whiteswantwick

Old-fashion style pub with a beautiful waterfront with mains including grilled, jerk, rubbed mahi mahi and a vegan superfood salad.

whiteswantwickenham.co.uk

 

The Mayflower, Rotherhithe | @mayflowerpub

At The Mayflower you will find yourself with feet above the Thames river itself. Stunning views over the city complements this pub to drink some ales and enjoy some meat platters.

mayflowerpub.co.uk

 

The Wine Parlour, Brixton | @thewineparlour

If you’re looking to sip delicious wine glasses, The Wine Parlour has a great selection of wines that you can pair with delicious cheese and charcuterie. It is more of a courtyard than a garden and the waiting line is long to get a table on this demanded place. You can meanwhile order their wines for delivery directly to your home every Thursday to any address in South London.

http://www.thewineparlour.com

 

The Leyton Star, Leyton | @theleytonstar

You will find wooden cabana/chalet style options in their garden with heating lamps. You can enjoy great food here, something for which The Leyton Star is known for. So don’t miss your chance to enjoy some good drinks and bar food, just keep in mind that booking a table in advance is highly advisable.

leytonstar.co.uk

 

Some things to know before about the reopening of bars in England from 17 May

Via BBC

Government is hoping to lift all restrictions from 21 June. So read carefully before attending your favorite beer gardens.

  • Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants will be allowed to serve customers indoors and customers will be able to meet in groups of up to six peoples
  • Ordering food when drinking will still be a rule. Ordering at the bar in a pub will still not be permitted
  • Groups seated outside may have up to 30 people
  • Of course, social distancing measures and face covering with masks are rules that may still apply.

 

Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.

 

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