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Top 10 London Beer Gardens

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Beer gardens first originated in Germany, and Munich in the mid-19th century, and since then have spread throughout certain European countries. One city that is home to some of the best beer gardens in London. The best 10 London beer gardens are located all over the capital, some tucked away in unassuming streets and neighborhoods, some just by the banks of the River Thames. No matter where they’re situated, if you like a cold pint of beer or a nice glass of wine, these are the places to be at. The term “beer garden” comes from the German “Biergarten”, which is the most direct translation. Beer gardens are usually outdoor areas, that are sometimes, but not always, attached to a restaurant, pub, etc. It’s no secret that the English love having a drink or two, which is the case in many other European countries as well. So if you happen to like being outdoors with all the comforts of a pub, London offers some of the best beer gardens outside of Germany. On a sunny day, there’s no better place to relax and hang out with friends than a nearby beer garden. Because of that, we composed a list of London’s best beer gardens. Cheers!

10. Canonbury



An interesting fact about this beer garden is that George Orwell use to visit it, and it’s said that it was a source of inspiration for his essay “Moon under water”. Don’t let this factoid make you think that it’s an old-style venue. It’s trendy and fairly minimalistic with its designer sofas made out of rattan being the perfect place to kick back and sip a beer. The garden itself is enormous and so are the rooms inside the venue. If you get hungry after a few beers, don’t worry, as the meals served here are very tasty!

Visiting address: 21 Canonbury Place, London, N1 2NS

9. The Ship



Located right beside the Thames, this is one beer venue that has good service, a good selection of beers, and barbecue meals during the summer months. And what more could a person want? An awe inspiring view of the Thames, cold pints and warm food. This 18th century pub is situated near the Wandsworth bridge. Beer isn’t the only thing they serve, as wine lovers will certainly appreciate the wine list at The Ship.

Visiting address: 41 Jews Row, Wandsworth, London, SW18 1TB

8. The Albion

There’s just one word to describe the outdoor are of this London beer garden – bloody gorgeous! Hanging over the garden is a beautiful wisteria, and that alone is enough for some to fall in love with this venue. In the back of The Albion is an old barn, and it’s rumored that the Sex Pistols had their first ever concert here. Whether this is true or not, no one can say. The Albion is also pet friendly, so dogs can receive water and biscuits while their owners enjoy a good meal and cold drink.

Visiting address: 10 Thornhill Rd, Islington, London, N1 1HW

7. Perkin Reveller



Perkin Reveller is a true gem amongst modern cocktail bars and dining rooms. And as the old saying goes it’s all about location, location, location. And this venue’s garden looks straight at The Tower of London. This is a sight that even born Londoners would admire, let alone visitors. The food served is always fresh and delicious, the tea they serve is made with the utmost respect towards English rituals, and the beers are always cold!

Visiting address: Tower Hill, The City, London, EC3N 4AB

6. The Rye



Located in Peckham, the legendary part of London that gained popularity because of the iconic show Only Fools and Horses is a popular meeting venue for locals. The menu boasts a variety of British classics with which no one can go wrong. Prices for drinks are more than reasonable, tap beers start from just under 4 pounds, while for 12 to 15 quid you’ll get a dish that’s generous as much as it is delicious.

Visiting address: 31 Peckham Rye, Peckham, London, SE15 3NX

5. The Crabtree



This is yet another venue that overlooks the Thames. With its weeping willows, and enormous sprawling garden this is a tremendous pub where you can chill, relax and take in the serenity the view and the surroundings offer. They have an outside bar and grill, while on the inside there’s a dining room that’s perfect for private parties or business meetings. When all is said and done, The Crabtree is definitely the quintessential London pub.

Visiting address: Rainville Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 9HA

4. The Spaniards Inn



Only in London will you run across a pub that has a history of over 500 years. That’s exactly the case with the historic Spaniards Inn. Over the centuries of its existence, it has been immortalized in numerous works of literature. It boasts a somewhat rustic atmosphere, charming and quirky vibe thanks to the mismatched furnishing, etc. With Hampstead’s luscious greenery, this is a great place to enjoy specialty beers and classic pub dishes with a gourmet twist.

Visiting address: Spaniards Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 7JJ

3. The White Hart



This is the venue that managed to snap up the acclaimed Master Chef finalist Tom Whitaker, so good food is guaranteed at The White Hart. The building itself it a true Victorian Goliath that overlooks the river Thames. In recent years it has gone through massive renovations. The picnic benches are a perfect place to watch the finish of the Oxford-Cambridge boat races. Sip a glass of world-class wine or any other cold beverage with tremendous views and top-notch dishes.

Visiting address: The Terrace, Riverside, Barnes, London, SW13 0NR

2. The Avalon



The Avalon arguably has the most beautiful beer gardens in London. Traditional British cooking has never been this delicious and finger-licking good. One reason The Avalon has become the popular place it is is because of its renowned Sunday roasts. Inside there’s a stylish room that’s the ideal place for private parties with up to 40 people. Their bar boasts carefully chosen beers, wines, spirits, and cocktails. The Avalon is named after a mythical island from the King Arthur legends.

Visiting address: 16 Balham Hill, London, SW12 9EB

1. Tulse Hill Hotel



What used to be a 19th-century public house, is today one of London’s finest places to enjoy a gorgeous landscaped beer garden and a modern design twist to its classic period features. If you’re looking for a place where you can stay the night, but also enjoy an open area that’s charming, warm, and boasts good ales, wines, and tremendous food, look no further as the Tulse Hill Hotel might just be the perfect choice for you.

Visiting address: 150 Norwood Road, Dulwich, London, SE24 9AY
 
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