The Warrington Bar

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The Warrington Bar

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The Warrington Hotel is a grade II listed pub and restaurant located in London’s bustling Maida Vale neighbourhood. It’s a great location for a get together with friends and it isn’t hard to see just why The Warrington, with its cosy, welcoming atmosphere, well stocked bar and delicious high end pub food, is so popular. Lovingly restored to all its 19th century glory, with furnishings originally taken from an old ship, The Warrington’s stunning interior features mosaic floors, huge fireplaces, art nouveau friezes and stained glass windows, while outside is a lovely garden space for summer time drinks at the weekend or after work. Not only serving a range of beers on tap or by the bottle, great wines and the full complement of spirits, The Warrington is equally known for its fabulous bar menu, including true pub grub favourites and home spun takes on traditional bar snacks.


Venue name: The Warrington Bar
Address: 93 Warrington Crescent
W9 1EH
Price: £26 to £40
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I've got plenty of love for The Warrington! It's a great local pub with plenty of outdoor space and a real old fashioned charm inside. Because of its considerable good looks, it's often used as a set for movies, so here's a pic I took of some recent filming! I've had great fish and chips here and not so good Sunday Roast but all in all, nice place for a quick drink.

Hi all, i've seen some of the reviews and i would like to say the AMAZING Warrington hotel has just changed there manager. I've been running an award winning gastro pub for years and i hope to be soon to do the same with the Warrington. If you would like to come down and see what we are doing or just for a chat ask for Ian at the bar and i will say hi Kind Regards The Warrington

After advertising that the Olympic Opening Ceremony would be shown, the staff promptly turned off the TV 30 mins before the end with no warning. So those of us having spent 6 hours in the pub eating and drinking our way to the climax of the torch lighting and fireworks were shown the street instead. No Olympic spirit there.