Tiny, ramshackle Bradley’s is part of the London drinker’s rite of passage. Stumble down the staircase and stare at anyone with a seat in a bid to intimidate them into giving up a bit of room. Then get drunk on expensive Spanish lager and sing along to ’60s classics on the famous jukebox. An institution.
Avoid the crowds and enjoy a quiet pint or a crafty G&T in London’s best West End pubs. Whether you’re looking for a quick drink before a theatre show or a nightcap in the centre of town, you’ll find the ideal spot in this list of pubs in the West End – from old-school boozers to modern craft beer meccas.