WhatPub updates to 5 July 2018
BEXLEYHEATH, CARVED , 146 Broadway. Added to the database. No Real Ale
SIDCUP, HANGAR(--individual--), 37 The Oval. Yet another micropub within the branch boundary, making nine in all. This one in a former carpet shop in a large parade of shops. A one roomed house with bare wooden tiled floor with all seating at high tables using wall mounted benches or high stools. The L-shaped bar counter in the corner has 5 keg beer fonts, none of which serve real ale at the moment. 3 Real ales are served on gravity dispense from a rear, cooled cellar room, wines and gins are also on offer. The large windows give a relaxing view over the greenery of The Oval and there is some outdoor seating in the summer. Note, last orders are 30 minutes before the closing time shown.
SIDCUP, IRON HORSE (Town Centre Inns), 122 Station Road. The property is owned by Star (Heineken UK) and operated by Town Centre Inns
SIDCUP, STAR AT SIDCUP PLACE (Marston's), Sidcup Place, Chislehurst Road. Reopened. Sells Marstons Pedigree and two chaging beers. Previously Sidcup Place
HAYES, PIE & PINT BAR , 6 Bourne Way. New micropub which opened on 24/3/2018. Real ale was available for a brief period after opening but has now been discontinued.
CROYDON & SUTTON
COULSDON, JACK & JILL (Star (Heineken UK)), Longlands Avenue. Closed. Listed as for lease on Star website.
CROYDON, BAR TXT (New Media Bars Ltd), 73 South End. Still closed but actually owned by Brakspear Pub Co.
CROYDON, CRICKETERS INN (Harvester (Mitchells & Butlers)), 36 Addington Village Road, Addington. Real ale reinstated. Sharp's Doom Bar and a guest (currently Sambrook's Wandle
CROYDON, OLD FOX & HOUNDS (Greene King), 1 London Road. Sold to Celtic Fox Limited by GK in 2017. Previously Fox & Hounds
CROYDON, TREEHOUSE (Happyland Investments Ltd), 78 South End. Actually owned by Greene King and operated by Happyland Investments Ltd. Previously Anchor;Blue Anchor
CROYDON, WADDON (Woolwich Taverns Ltd), 2 Stafford Road. Actually owned by Greene King and operated by Woolwich Taverns.
SOUTH CROYDON, EARL OF ELDON (Hawthorn Leisure), 63 Brighton Road. Sold on to Zest London Limited in 2017.
SUTTON, NEW INN (--individual--), 16-18 Myrtle Road. Now regarded as unlikely to reopen. A planning application was submitted in November 2017 to demolish the pub and replace it with flats. Sutton Council refused the application on 3/5/18.
SUTTON, WINNING POST (Greene King), 265 High Street. Sold by Greene King to Denton & Co Trustees Limited in 2017. Was the Red Lion
THORNTON HEATH, FLORA SANDES (Wetherspoon), Ambassador House Brigstock Road. Closed on 13 May 2018, after JD Wetherspoon activated a break point 20 years into their 40-year lease. This was despite a well-supported campaign by locals to save their 'community centre'. Unlikely to reopen as a pub.
THORNTON HEATH, HORSESHOE (Mitchells & Butlers), 745 London Road. Was sold to FOUR SEASONS CARE LIMITED in 2011
WEST SUTTON, PLOUGH (Ei Group), 155 Gander Green Lane. Pub closed in June 2018:
EAST LONDON & CITY
E1, DIRTY BONES (--unknown--), 1 Club Row. Closed as a pub in 1994 it operated as a restaurant called Les Trois Garcons for many years. It has recently reopened as a Dirty Bones bar/restaurant. It serves a couple of keg beers and bottles.. Much of the pub's interior remains (the building is Grade II listed) including bar fittings from the late 1800's, 3 large Victorian glass advertisements on the wall, and some wall tiling… Previously Knave Of Clubs
E1, DRUNKEN MONKEY (--individual--), 222 Shoreditch High Street. Closed and for lease Previously Traders Bar
E2, BEAGLE (Hoxton Arches Ltd), 397-400 Geffrye Street. Temporary closure.
E2, ECHOES (--individual--), 261 Kingsland Road. Having opened in 2015 in former insurance company offices. Became HIGHBALLER in July 2017 but closed in September 2017 "for refurbishment".
E2, OWL & PUSSYCAT (Geronimo (Young)), 34 Redchurch Street. Actually owned by Brakspear Pub Co. and leased to Geromino(Young's).
E3, COBORN ARMS (Young's), 8 Coborn Road. Now just COBORN.
E5, BONNEVILLE (Scofflaw Ltd), 43 Lower Clapton Road. Reverted to ELEPHANTS HEAD. Previously Bonneville,Fitzgeralds,Elephants Head
E6, BOLEYN TAVERN (Greene King), 1 Barking Road. Purchased by Remarkable Pubs.
E6, DENMARK ARMS (Greene King), 381 Barking Road. Antic have reportedly done a deal on the pub
E7, HOLLY TREE (Greene King), 141 Dames Road. Now owned by Strike Leisure.
E8, FLYNN'S (Ei Group), 418 Mare Street. No Real Ale. Previously Tommy Flynn's,Wishing Well,O'Neill's Bar, Fiddlers, Crown
E8, FOX (--individual--), 372 Kingsland Road. Closed June 24th 2018 for building refurbishment.
E8, LMNT (--individual--), 316 Queensbridge Road.Reopened and renamed DUKE OF RICHMOND having been a restaurant. Bar/Restaurant run by chef Tom Oldroyd. Split into two parts the bar offers local craft beer and cider as well as "elevated pub grub". Eight taps serve mainly keg - though some keykeg beer. Local breweries feature eg 40ft.
E8, MARTELLO HALL (--individual--), 137 Mare Street. No real ale. Previously London Fields,Warburton Arms
E8, BEER & BURGER STORE. (), 464 Kingsland Road. Part of a chain basic beer and benches layout. Worth noting is the 5-7PM happy hour Mon-Fri with all 10 craft beers at 50% off.
E9, ADAM & EVE (Rose Pubs), 155 Homerton High Street. Actually owned by Greene King and operated byRose Pubs/Cornwall Project.
E10, HARE & HOUNDS (Ei Group), 282 Lea Bridge Road. Refurbishedand reopened in early 2018 it is a mixture of booths, tables and sofas with wooden flooring and a large garden. 5 hand pumps dispense a mixture of ales and ciders which will vary.
E10, KING WILLIAM IV (Rose Pubs), 816 High Road Leyton. This has been refurbished and reopened by Rose pubs.
E11, LORD ROOKWOOD (Ei Group), 314 Cann Hall Road. Already reported closed. AG&G May 2018: Freehold for sale or to let
E11, WALNUT TREE (Wetherspoon), 857-861 High Road. Planning permission sought for 51 rooms on upper floors
E14, QUEENS HEAD (Ram Pub Company (Young's)), 8 Flamborough Street. AG&G May 2018: long leasehold interest with vacant possession, or rental offers on a free of tie basis with terms to be negotiated
EC1, ARGYLE (Stonegate), 1 Greville Street. Reopened. Previously King Of Diamonds
EC1, ST BARTS BREWERY (Cunning Plan), 64-66 West Smithfield. Now owned by Hush Heath Estate.. Previously Heads & Tails, Distillers
EC2, BOTANIST (ETM Group), 5 Broadgate Circle. No real ale.
EC2, BULL (Star (Heineken UK)), 4 Devonshire Row. Now operated by Hush Heath Estate."Straightforward one-room bar, close to Liverpool Street station. Understandably popular with city folk. Has a dining room and 7 well-appointed guest bedrooms. Pin -up brewery supply a house beer. Ex Grand Met Watneys . Was named Collins for a while. Previously Collins
EC2, FLYING HORSE (Interpub), 52 Wilson Street. Freeholder is ST.CHRISTOPHERS (AMSTERDAM) B.V.
EC2, CITY BOOT (Davy's), 3 Bastion Highwalk, 125 London Wall. Davy's Old Wallop. Opened in September 2017 and replaced the original City Boot which was forced to close after 41 years for redevelopment.
EC3, JAMIES (Kornicis), 20 Creechurch Lane. Renamed CREECHURCH PUB & BAR and now owned by Fuller's
EC3, LION BAR & KITCHEN (Nice Bars), 31 Houndsditch. Actually owned by Mitchells & Butlers and operated by Nice Bars.. Previously O'Neill's, Red Lion;White Horse
EC4, JAMIE'S (Kornicis), 1 Fleet Place. Renamed FLEET PLACE. Now owned by Fuller's.
EC4, SAINT (Kornicis), Rose Street, Paternoster Square. Now owned by Fuller's.
EC4, WOLFGANG'S BIER HAUS (Applefritterbeer Co), 2-3 Creed Lane. Closed. Previously Coolin, Bier Rex, Ochre;Duke & Duchess
EC4, UNION (Union Bar & Grill Ltd), 35 Old Bailey. The fourth in the bar and grill chain opened in January 2018. run by Union Bar & Grill Ltd. Beers on opening were London Beer Factory Chelsea Blonde, St Austell Tribute and Wimbledon Copper Leaf
HALE END (WOODFORD GREEN), ROYAL OAK PUB & KITCHEN (Greene King), 320 Hale End Road / Oak Hill. Sold by GK to Mulberry Group Investments Ltd for £825k
ENFIELD & BARNET
ENFIELD, ROSE & CROWN (Star (Heineken UK)), Clay Hill. Pub closed and boarded up around 16 May 2018;
HIGH BARNET, RED LION (Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery (Mitchells & Butlers)), 31 High Street. No Real Ale. Previously Dandelion, The Avenue, The Dandy Lion, Felix & Firkin, Red Lion, Toby Pub & Carvery
N12, PUB (Ei Group), 686 High Road.Reverted to FINCHLEY TAVERN. Previously Pub,Tommy Flynn's, Finchley Tavern, Wishing Well
NW9, WORLD'S END (--unknown--), 256-258 The Broadway. Pub already converted to Supermarket in 2008.....but as of June 2018 boarded up and derelict.
KINGSTON & LEATHERHEAD
N1, COMPTON ARMS (Greene King), 4 Compton Avenue. Closed following sale by Greene King
N1, HALLIFORD HOUSE (--individual--), 21 Halliford Street.Reopened and renamed MICHAEL'S DEN. Was Oxford Arms
N1, PRAGUE , 43 Essex Road. Renamed and now operating as a SIMMONS. Previously Sequence;Cosmo Lounge
N1, TALBOT (Syrup Pubs), 109 Mortimer Road. Actually owned by Ei Group and operated by Syrup Pubs.
N1, 7 SEASONS , 195 Hoxton Street. Bottle shop Selling over 400 beers from all over the World “including the best of London’s microbrewery revolution.”
N5, WHITE HOUSE (--individual--), 313 Highbury New Park. Actually owned by Ei Group. Still closed.
N6, ROSE & CROWN (--unknown--), 86 Highgate High Street. Now owned by Ei Group. "Finally closed, now a Pain Quotidien chain bakery/cafe.
N7, GEORGE (Wellington), 9 Eden Grove. Closed. See http://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/popular-holloway-pub-the-george-is-closing-down-1-5490816
N7, TWO BREWERS (Ei Group), 109 Roman Way. Sold by Ei Group to current tenants.
N16, RAILWAY TAVERN ALE HOUSE (McGrath, Davies Property Services), 2 St Jude Street AG&G May 2018: FOT lease for sale expiring in December 2036
N16, THREE CROWNS (Cornwall Project), 175 Stoke Newington High Street. No real ale.
N17, ELMHURST (Star (Heineken UK)), 131 Lordship Lane. This place appears closed, possibly for refurbishment in June 2018
N17, HIGH CROSS , 350 High Road. Pub converted from public lavatory. Redemption pin on bar
N19, OLD CROWN INN (Ei Group), 90 Highgate Hill. Pub closed in April, 2018. Interior completely gutted.
NW1, HEROES (--unknown--), 147 Kentish Town Road. Converted to commercial use. A beautiful mosaic tiled frieze to a wall has been retained. Possibly a kitchen showroom? Previously Flowerpot, Bullet, before that the Verge & originally The Castle
NW1, LOCK TAVERN (Mitchells & Butlers), 35 Chalk Farm Road. Actually owned by Camden Bars, not leased. Previously Railway
NW1, SOMERS TOWN COFFEE HOUSE (Charles Wells), 60 Chalton Street. Closed following fire 22 June 2018 due to reopen 12/07
NW1, ST MARTINS TAVERN (--unknown--), 35 Pratt Street., Having converted to restaurant in 2005, closed and lease for sale June 2018.
NW2, BRENT TAVERN (--individual--), 4 Gladstone Parade, Edgware Road. Closed in early summer 2018 along with the whole parade of shops due to the granting of planning permission for the demolition of a fine, if a little uninvested, shopping parade no doubt for some modern identikit block of flats. While never a haunt for cask drinkers, it was a popular local pub for local people who otherwise have no other options. But who cares about them? It had been a retail unit converted to pub use in 1989. Previously Gladstones
NW3, LOAD OF HAY (Gresham Collective), 94 Haverstock Hill. To be renamed the BELROSE when it reopens in July 2018. Now owned by Belsize Park Collective
NW3, OLD OAK (Craft Union Pub Co (Ei Group)), 1 Mansfield Road. Having become one of Craft Union’s pubs, Landlord and Doom Bar have now been spotted.
NW3, ROSSLYN ARMS (--individual--), 48 Rosslyn Hill. Actually owned by Ei Group and. now operated by Rosslyn Hill Property Limited having reopened as Cafe Hampstead in January 2018 after four years of closure. Currently classed as a restaurant.
NW5, CAMDEN'S DAUGHTER (Camden Town Brewery), 289 Kentish Town Road. Lease for Sale in May 2018.
NW5, OXFORD (Maverick Pubs), 256 Kentish Town Road. Renamed OXFORD TAVERN. Having been sold by GreeneKing in early 2018, West Berkshire Brewery have bought this pub via their pub operating arm Maverick Pubs. A selection of their beers is usually available such as Mr Chubb's Lunchtime Bitter and Good Old Boy as well as a seasonal. Guest beers from Signature Brew have also been spotted.
NW6, BOKOR (Tofan Bars & Restaurants Ltd), 77 Kilburn High Road. Actually owned by Ei Group and operated byTofan Bars & Restaurants Ltd. Previously Betsy Smith;Bridge
NW6, KILBURN ARMS (Star (Heineken UK)), 97-101 Willesden Lane. Real ale installed: Black Sheep Best Bitter and Bombardier as Beronmoor opens its eighth site.
NW6, KINGDOM (--individual--), 229 Kilburn High Road. Article in Kilburn Times says this pub is closed The FoT lease was for sale in Jan 2018 expiring 2020
W1, FITZROVIA BELLE (Bar Sports), 174 Tottenham Court Road. Actually owned by Greene King and leased to the former Bar Sports operator. Previously Mortimer Arms
WC1, APPLE TREE (--individual--), 45 Mount Pleasant. Having been sold to Bohemia Club Limited in April 2018 by Greene King, closed for refurbishment.
WC2, WHITE HART (Morton-Scott Pub Company), 191 Drury Lane. Actually owned by Mitchells & Butlers and operated by the Morton-Scott Pub Company. Previously Olde White Hart
RICHMOND & HOUNSLOW
FELTHAM, MANSION (Wellington), High Street. "Having closed July 2014, planning application submitted in Jan 2018, and approved, for the erection of a part first floor rear extension to the existing public house to allow for conversion into six flats with associated cycle parking and waste storage. Previously Rose & Crown
HOUNSLOW, EARL HAIG (Greene King), 286 Bath Road. Renamed KEG & CASK. Sold by Greene King and now operated by Bakshish Limited. No real ale.
PETERSHAM, DYSART ARMS (Ei Group), 135 Petersham Road, Richmond. Renamed DYSART. Converted to restaurant in 2013 and now no real ale.
RICHMOND, HOPE (Ei Group), 115-117 Kew Road. . The pub is now under new management and reopened on the 18th May 2018. Previously Molly's, Hope, Molly Malones, Hope of Richmond
TEDDINGTON, PARK RESTAURANT & BAR (Galleon Hotels), Park Road .Now known as PARK. Previously Clarence Hotel
SOUTH EASR LONDON
SE1, BRIDGE HOUSE (Adnams), 218 Tower Bridge Road. Closed. Adnams has given up the lease.
SE1, JAMIES (--unknown--), London Bridge Hotel, 10-18 London Bridge Street. Renamed LONDON BRIDGE PUB & BAR and now owned by Fuller's. Previously Borough Bar
SE1, MILLER (--unknown--), 96 Snowsfields. Actually owned by Greene King. Previously Miller of Mansfield
SE1, SOUTHWARK ROOMS (Star (Heineken UK)), 60 Southwark Street. License surrendered 4/12/2017. Currently closed and for lease.
SE1, ST CHRISTOPHER'S INN , 121 Borough High Street. The freeholder has changed to St.Christophers (Amsterdam) B.V. Previously Grapes
SE1, WHITE HART (Fuller's), 22 Great Suffolk Street. Reopened following refurbishment.
SE3, NEW TIGERS HEAD (--unknown--), 159 Lee Road. Has been boarded up and for sale since at least 2006. Ex Enterprise, ex-S&N. At May 2018 the ground floor has been cleared out and re-floored and is for sale on a 999 year lease. Still for sale in 2018!
SE6, BLACK HORSE & HARROW (Stonegate), 167 Rushey Green. Now owned by Laine Pub Company. Previously Goose on the Green;Goose Catford
SE10, ADMIRAL HARDY ( Greenwich Hospital), 7 College Approach. The owner of the site, bought back the outstanding lease on the premises in early 2018 and the pub subsequently closed. At June 2018 the building is surrounded with scaffolding and the interior is bare. Future plans currently unknown.
SE10, BELUSHI'S (Interpub), 189 Greenwich High Road. Refurbished in spring 2018 during a period of closure. Previously Prince of Orange
SE11, DUCHY ARMS (Ei Group), 63 Sancroft Street. Now operated by Indigo Panda Pub Company.
SE11, SHIP (Ei Group), 171 Kennington Road.Renamed WALCOT 1830.
SE11, SOUTH LONDON PACIFIC (freeholder unknown), 340 Kennington Road. Reverted to COCK. Taylor Landlord introduced. Leased to Friendship Symbol Limited
SE15, MONTAGUE ARMS (--individual--), 289 Queens Road. Re-opened in April 2018 by Chapman & Winney, quite transformed into an airy, albeit low-lit in the evening, pub. All the street windows have been uncovered and on the left hand side is a raised area with normal height tables and chairs and a table football table - all with views on to Queens Road. On the right is an area of comfortable armchairs, low tables, an imposing Sago tree, dartboard, bar billiards table and impressive overhead fans. The electronic games and other table games are gratis. The food offer is primarily pizza based but there are one or two extras too. There are 2 handpumps currently selling nationally available real ales. Live music may be introduced as might a more adventurous real ale policy.
SE16, CLIPPER (--unknown--), 562 Rotherhithe Street. Planning grated Oct 2017 for Redevelopment of the site to comprise a four storey building with commercial use (use class A1/A2) at ground floor and basement and 6 x 2 bed residential units
SE16, MAYFLOWER (Rotherhithe Pub Company), 117 Rotherhithe Street. Actually owned by Greene King and operated by Rotherhithe Pub Company.
SE17, SIR ROBERT PEEL (Wellington), 7 Langdale Close Closed for renovation
SE18, QUEENS ARMS (--unknown--), 23 Burrage Road. Freehold sold and pub closed April 2018
SE19, TWENTY-FIVE (--unknown--), 25-27 Westow Hill.Reopened and renamed FABER FOX by new owner Livelyhood. Two guest beers such as Brixton Effra Ale and Sambrook's Pumphouse Pale Ale. Previously Puzzle;Gautama Bar;Twenty-Five
SE24, MILKWOOD (--unknown--), 216 Railton Road. Closed.. Previously Bar 216
SOUTH WEST ESSEX
BARKING, BULL (--individual--), 2 North Street. Now owned by BSJ Property Investments Limited. Closed and boarded-up, locally-Listed pub, future uncertain
BARKING, ROYAL OAK (--individual--), 203 Longbridge Road. Actually owned by Greene King. ] Previously Fly House
BARKING, SHIP & SHOVEL (--individual--), Ripple Road. Actually owned by Ei Group.
DAGENHAM, LORD DENMAN (JD Wetherspoon), 270/272 Heathway. Now owned by Amba Pubco Ltd. Closed in Feb 2018 and understood to have been disposed of to an existing pub owner in Barking. Reopened soon afterwards
GANTS HILL, VALENTINE (Stonegate), 27/37 Perth Road. Having closed suddenly in Feb 2017 with an uncertain future, notices posted in June 2018 indicate that it is now threatened with demolition. Previously Olde Valentine
HAROLD WOOD, KING HAROLD (Greene King), 51 Station Road / Arundel Road. Sold to Upminster Limited in 2014. 2 or more guest beers often from Greene King
RAINHAM, SAXON HORN (EI Group), 352 Upminster Road North. No real ale. Under new management since late Spring 2018. Refurbishment is planned to commence in Summer 2018, after which the intention is to start offering food and possibly live music. Currently a Sports pub with patio areas outside with seating and tables.
ROMFORD, BRICKYARD BAR & GRILL (JRL & Co Ltd), 222 South Street. ] Expected to reopen as a family-friendly venue
ROMFORD, LIBERTY BELL (TABLE TABLE) (Table Table (Whitbread)), Mercury Gardens / Western Road. Now part of Whitbread’s Beefeater portfolio.
ROMFORD, OAK (EI Group), 279 South Street / Brentwood Road. Closed. Previously Havering Oak;Old Oak
ROMFORD, SLATERS ARMS (EI Group), 164 London Road. Closed and shuttered
ROMFORD, SUN (Greene King), 45/47 London Road. No Real Ale.
SOUTH WEST LONDON
SW4, PRINCE OF WALES (--individual--), 38 Old Town. Actually owned by Ei Group.
SW8, DUCHESS (Wellington), 101 Battersea Park Road. Now operated by Belle No.4, former owners of the various Sports Bars. Previously Duchess of York
SW9, CLARKSHAW TAP ROOM (Clarkshaws), 497 Ridgway Road. Closed over the winter, now open again on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Cask and keykeg beers.
SW9, DUKE OF EDINBURGH (--unknown--), 204 Ferndale Road. Actually owned by Camden Bars and operated by subsiduary Solitaire Restaurants
SW18, ROYAL STANDARD (--individual--), 1 Ballantine Street. Actually owned by Ei Group.. Was known as Tonsley Tup for a while.
SW19, FOX & GRAPES (--individual--), 9 Camp Road, Wimbledon Common. Actually owned by Ei Group.
SW19, NELSON ARMS (Star (Heineken UK)), 15 Merton High Street. No real ale.
SW19, WILLIAM MORRIS (Faucet Inn), 20 Watermill Way, Merton Abbey Mills (off Merantun Way). Closed for refurbishment Dec 2017 but still not started 10 June 2018.
SW19, WIMBLEDON BREWERY TAP (Wimbledon Brewery Co Ltd), 8 College Fields, Prince Georges Road. Smaller bar reopened May 2018 having closed October 2017 as main area need for additional brewing equipment. Opened originally on a regular basis June 2016.
NW1, PERSEVERANCE (Winnicott), 11 Shroton Street. Reported as reopened, check required.
NW1, TWOTWENTYTWO (Landmark Group), Landmark, 222 Marylebone Road.Renamed LANDMARK. Regent Hotel is now called Landmark. Any bar here serving draught beer without requiring table service no longer exists. The hotel still has a cocktail bar and the Grand Central Bar & Restaurant. Previously Twotwentytwo;Cellars
NW1, BROAD WALK CAFE (), Broad Walk. Pleasant park cafe situated just off Broad Walk, the main north-south walk through the park. One keg draught lager available. Operated by Benugo, who have outlets in other London parks.
NW8, LORD HIGH ADMIRAL (Craft Union Pub Co (Ei Group)), 95 Church Street. After a period of closure followed by a refurbishment, this pub, on the corner of Penfold Street, reopened in February 2018, introducing real ale - Pride & Doom Bar..
SW1, WARWICK (Greene King), 25 Warwick Way. Sold by GK to INCABELL LIMITED May 2018 for £2m. Previously Princess Royal, Orange Kipper, Hedgehog & Pheasant
SW3, TRAFALGAR (Castle (Mitchells & Butlers)), 200 Kings Road. Premises Type now P CLOSED as at late June 2018. Cadogan Estates have submitted further planning applications to redevelop nos. 196-222 Kings Road and as at mid-2018 these are being assessed by the Council with particular reference to possible environmental concerns. At least one pub or bar of some sort should finally emerge from the works.
SW6, BAR & GRILL (--unknown--), 4 Fulham High Street.Renamed KING'S HEAD. Reopened as primarily a cocktail bar but also serving various bottled beers and one draught lager. Previously Low Country;Ox Wagon;Lowlander;Joe Cool's;Zulu's;King's Head
SW6, MARE MOTO (Ei Group), 562 Kings Road.Renamed TUTTO MARE and operated by Tutto Mare. Previously Nectar;Front Room;Tut 'n' Shive;Beer Engine;Wheatsheaf
SW6, MARKET HALL FULHAM. (Try Market Halls), Fulham Broadway. No real ale. This is one of the new wave of "food halls & bar" now opening across London. The Grade II listed Fulham Broadway old tube station entrance a few yards west of the current entrance, has been sympathetically restored and transformed into an imposing food court, with the bar in the Edwardian ticket office. There are nine food operators including "local favourites and street food stars”. The communal dining area has a capacity of 180. There are six British craft beers on keg draught plus a range of bottles and cans; the intention is to rotate the beers from top UK breweries. Cornish brewer Harbour has created the house lager ‘Market Helles. The venue is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; but note that the licence does not permit sale of alcohol before 10am. There may also be restrictions in place on days when Chelsea Football Club play at home or have a Victory Parade. "Similar sites in Victoria and Oxford Street will open later in 2018.
SW10, FOX & PHEASANT , 1 Billing Road. Now operated by Blunt Trading Ltd. Premises.Under new ownership (so saved from possible redevelopment) and sensitively refurbished and extended during its fifteen month closure, The Fox & Pheasant re-opened in late June 2018, welcoming back drinkers and diners to a quintessentially British and charmingly vibrant country pub on the Chelsea-Fulham border. The two original bars have been restored to their original appearance; an olive tree-filled conservatory (with a retractable roof for summer) has been added at the rear; and, on the second floor, a secluded, wood-panelled private dining room that seats up to 22 has been created. Morland Old Speckled Hen, St Austell Tribute, Truman's Swift available on reopening.
W1, BLACK HORSE (Nicholson's (Mitchells & Butlers)), 6 Rathbone Place. Having closed and sold to property company, ‘London & Central Estates Ltd’ in October 2010 for £1.95 million. The site became a chain burger restaurant which has now run into financial dificulty. It is understood that the American fast-casual restaurant and bar brand Genuine Liquorette will open here later in 2018 so likely to be a cocktail bar.".
W1, CAFE BOHEME (Soho House), 13-17 Old Compton Street. Reopened after long closure.. No real ale.
W1, DUKE OF YORK (Dragon Management Ltd), 45 Harrowby Street. No Real Ale.
W1, FORTY DEAN STREET (--individual--), 40 Dean Street. Having reopend following fire in 2016, now bottled beers only. Previously Zilli Bar
W1, GEORGE & DRAGON (--unknown--), 151 Cleveland Street. Closed whilst major structural repair work is being carried out on the building
W1, NEWMAN ARMS (Shaftesbury), 23 Rathbone Street. After a period of closure for building works to be carried out, this site reopened in May 2018 under Truman's Brewery management, as their first Tap House in London. Truman’s have expanded the pub into the basement and increased the number of draught lines, to offer customers a wider range of beers. This is one of the first pubs in London to install a ‘growler machine’ to fill 910ml cans with any draught beer on site for customers to take away. 4 cask ales plus 12 keg beers. Pies remain a speciality of the house; or if you don't want a pie, try a salt beef or smoked salmon bagel.
W1, PILLARS OF HERCULES (Marsa Holdings Ltd), 7 Greek Street. Has become taken over by the Be at One cocktail bar chain. Does have draft beer but no real ale.. Previously Hercules Pillars
W2, TYBURN (Wetherspoon), 18-20 Edgware Road. Demolished in 2016.
W6, BLACK BULL (Star (Heineken UK)), 251 King Street. Closed.
W6, DISTILLERS (Fuller's), 64 Fulham Palace Road. Refurbished.
W6, YARDBIRD (Greene King), 17 Broadway Shopping Centre. Closed for refurbishment. Previously Trout, Old Trout Closed for refurb
W9, TRUSCOTT ARMS (Freeholder: Ducalion Capital), 55 Shirland Road. Reopened and Renamed HERO OF MAIDA in May 2018 and operated by Holborn Leisure. Timothy Taylor Landlord And 2 Changing Beers such as Thornbridge Jaipur and Adnam's Ghost Ship. Previously Idlewild;Shirland Hotel
W11, METROPOLITAN (Freeholder: Max Barney Pub Company), 60 Great Western Road. Reopened, leased to Ray Corner / BreWIT Microbrewery Ltd The cask ales are dispensed by a vacuum system, so don't be put off by the tap delivery, and there is a well-selected range of keg beers too. Three Sharp’s beers on reopening
WC2, COVENT GARDEN (--individual--), 37 Bow Street. Now owned by City Pub Company. Was the Globe
WC2, OPAL BAR (Novus Leisure), Hungerford House,Victoria Embankment. Reopened and renamed CIRCA THE CLUB, a gay dance club linked to Circa Soho. Entrance fee.
WC2, SAVOY TUP (Akita Investments No2 Limited), 2 Savoy Street. Lease taken over by Shepherd Neame and currently closed for refurbishment.
GREENFORD, MULLET (--individual--), 2 Ruislip Road.Reverted to BELMULLET TAVERN. No real ale. Previously Bar Silver,Belmullet Tavern;Bar 2b;Belmullet Arms
HARROW WEALD, CASE IS ALTERED (Mitchells & Butlers), Old Redding. The pub having apparently reopened in June 2017 closed shortly after.
HARROW WEALD, SEVEN BALLS (Star (Heineken UK)), 749 Kenton Lane. Closed - awaiting new tenant
HEATHROW AIRPORT, FIVE TUNS (Casual Dining), Terminal 5 Landside Level 3 (Departures). Renamed the George by new operator Casual Dining following a refurbishment. London Pride and Wadwortth 6X available according to their online menu.
HEATHROW AIRPORT, THREE BELLS (Casual Dining), Terminal 3 Landside.Renamed DARWINby new operator Casual Dining. Beers as above
RUISLIP, FAIRWAY (Fayre & Square (Greene King)), Ruislip Golf Centre, Ickenham Rd. Nows simply branded as Greene King.
SUDBURY, FUSILIER (Euro Promoters Ltd), 651a Harrow Rd. Closed for refurbishment
UXBRIDGE, CROWN & TREATY (Marmalade Pubs (Ei Group)), 90 Oxford Road. Closed for major refurbishment as new opeators take this pub on.
W5, FOX & GOOSE (Fuller's), Hanger Lane. Reopened following a major refurbishment. In addition to Pride & ESB, Dark Star Hophead is a regular and Adams Ghost Ship has been seen quite often.