Belushi's Shepherd's Bush

Bars and pubs, Sports bars Shepherd's Bush
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Venue says Check out our new look menu with killer burgers, platters and much more!

Right by Shepherd's Bush station, this branch of the popular chain brings live entertainment, sports screenings, drinks offers and food with a US bent to west London. There's karaoke every week too, so ready your best warble - or earplugs - if you're heading down on a Thursday. 

The drinks list is focused on cocktails, with classic drops such as mojitos, tequila sunrises and black russians served in jam jars alongside sharers and shooters - the peanut butter jelly shot does a trade approaching roaring. A few wines are on offer too, complemented by continental lagers on draught.

The food ranges from burgers, hot dogs, wings and racks of BBQ ribs to tex-mex staples such as tacos, nachos and quesadillas. Breakfasts with a similarly US-slant feature too, with stacked pancakes, breakfast baps and an American take on a full-English proving popular.  

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Belushi's Shepherd's Bush says
Belushi's lives to throw epic parties, serving up beers, bombs and burgers with a relentless rock 'n' roll attitude and the playlist to match.

A lively cocktail bar and restaurant that specialises in live sports and entertainment, including our special guest DJs and live bands. The food menu is jam packed full of tasty homemade burgers, bar snacks and sharers.

Check out our happy hour daily from 5-8pm including our two-for-one beers, £10 buckets of beer, bottles of wine, jumbo cocktail jars and sharing platters.

A stone's throw from the Westfield Centre, it's a great spot to stop in and grab some lunch or a drink!

We take bookings for many events including birthdays, stag and hens, leaving dos and large sporting events.
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Venue name: Belushi's Shepherd's Bush
Contact:
Address: 13-15 Shepherd's Bush Green
London
W12 8PH
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Avatar for The Man on the Street

Had a proper American night out last night. Beers and Burgers at Belushi's then onto The Cadillac Three at The O2 Academy just a few minutes walk down the road.


Belushi's turned out to be a good choice, Age ranges went from 21 to 49 , and drink choices from Diet Cokes to JD shots.  Everyone tucked into hot wings and then classic burgers.


In truth the wings were tiny. I don't think a chicken could fly on them. The Diet Coke ( served as a pint ) was sickly. Way too sweet.


However, they were the only downsides. The staff were friendly and the place was buzzing. The burgers were not world-beaters but they were perfectly good and served with plenty of fries.


The TV's were all showing a premier league game, rather than American sports. None of us are footy fans and fortunately it was pictures without sound so not too distracting.


Overall not a bad place to start a Redneck night out in London.

Avatar for Alfredo G

Amazing atmosphere with rocking tunes, live sports and fantastic burgers!! Loving the new look too!!

Avatar for Sophie H

A great bar with awesome live music, burgers and cocktails. One of the best gigs in Shepherds Bush.

Avatar for Richard B

brilliant place to watch sport. burgers are brilliant. the drunken pig burger Is unbelievable...

Avatar for Michele K

Awesome venue to watch sports & a great mix of live music. The huge sharing (or not sharing if you're game) cocktails are really cool! Love this place.

Avatar for Paul A

Great place to have some beer and lovely pub food,and they have live football

Avatar for Luisa G
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When I went, the bar was FULL of QPR fans, which was absolutely grim. Forgetting about them, however, I had a decent time. The food was decent, and we got a booth with a TV to watch the Champions League final, which was unheard of in London for such an event. Would I go back? Yes. Would I go back on a day that QPR are playing? I would rather drink my own urine.