Express Tavern56 Kew Bridge Road
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An original coaching inn stop from London to Bath. Building thought to date from the 1860s and is a short walk from the Kew Bridge Steam Museum, the Musical Museum and Kew Gardens, this friendly free house just north of Kew Bridge has been a local landmark for more than 200 years. Pub has been recently lightly redecorated and reopened 25th September 2014. There are two drinking areas as before. The smaller bar that now has 10 ale hand pumps and an upright piano and the Saloon and Lounge bar that now has five Ciders/Perries on hand-pump. Music is played from Vinyl LPs. A large beer garden with a covered and heated area can be found at the rear of the pub. The Express is now run by the same company that transformed The Sussex Arms in Twickenham. Draught Bass has been retained and still a permanent feature on the bar. Get your 10th pint free with the pub's loyalty card. Draught beer now available in takeaway containers.