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Chiswick bars and pubs

Read Time Out's list of the best bars and pubs to visit in Chiswick

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The chilled-out west London enclave of Chiswick has a number of good bars and pubs, from the gastrofied Roebuck and Duke of Sussex, to the pretty Irish-run Swan, to the downright enormous Fuller's-owned George IV on the High Road. Here are Time Out's top drinking picks in W4...
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Roebuck

Chiswick
4 out of 5 stars

There’s a degree of accomplishment here that’s missing from many otherwise distinguished gastropubs.

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Swan

Chiswick
4 out of 5 stars

Behind a lemon-yellow façade, set on a quiet, pedestrianised corner brightened with clusters of bright flowers, this Irish-run hostelry is a real home from home.

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Duke of Sussex

Chiswick
4 out of 5 stars

Overlooking Acton Green and with a substantial beer garden at the rear, the Duke of Sussex is a handsome 1890s Victorian boozer that was given a thorough gastrofication in 2007.

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George IV

Chiswick
3 out of 5 stars

This is a huge Fuller’s pub, right on the main drag and almost large enough to have its own microclimate.

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Mawson Arms

Chiswick
3 out of 5 stars

Notwithstanding a recent modest refit, little has changed at this pub for many a year. Key to its appeal is the location: down towards the Thames, a fair trek away from the nearest tube station, it’s in the shadow of the Fuller’s brewery.

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Soho pubs

Soho has some of the best pubs in the capital. Find the best watering holes from an ever-growing list Soho's wide array of pubs make the area a popular desination for those looking for a drinking in central London. Time Out presents a guide of Soho pubs for those looking for a pint. Think we've missed a great Soho pub? Let us know in the comments below French House An evergreen haunt of Soho barflies, the French House should have ‘La Marseillaise’ playing as you walk in. Beer (house lager) is sold in halves; eau de vie comes in strawberry, pear and plum varieties; the champers is Canard Duchêne and Pol Roger; and there’s Breton cider and Ricard behind the bar. The 30-strong (16 by the glass) wine list is dominated by vins français, Pouilly-Fuissé Monternot 2007, Brouilly 2009 and more affordable St Julien d’Aille de Provence included. This is no recent Gallic gimmick: frequented by Soho’s criminal and cultural underworld after the war, this was also where Charles de Gaulle ran his London base in the Vichy era, hence the photo; more recent guests (Suggs, Francis Bacon) receive more wall space. Argyll Arms Robert Sawyer created this ornate Victorian pub in the dying days of the 19th century, and he’d still be proud of his Grade II-listed, Nicholson’s-run monument to mahogany and etched glass by one of the West End’s busiest pedestrian intersections. Within, the unhurried sipping and supping of quality ales might recall a quiet rural pub but for the rapid turnover of the inter

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