Every month, the folks at Fancyapint? get together to vote for their top ten favourite pubs. These are recently visited pubs that for one reason or another (the ambience, the booze, the company) stuck in their collective memory. Kindly, these booze-savvy Fancyapinters have decided to share their latest picks with Londonist and all our readers. Cheers!
Here’s the current list from Fancyapint? in no particular order of merit. They assure us that all ten pubs are quality establishments.Railway Tavern (Crouch End, London)
Recently rescued from the blokey, suburban rut it had fallen into, it's now a rather pleasant place.- Windsor Castle (Marble Arch, London)
This has to be a serious contender for the quirkiest pub in London.- Andover Arms (Hammersmith, London)
One of the best drinking holes in W6.- The Grapes (Limehouse, London)
Probably (and deservedly) our favourite riverside pub.- Harringay Arms (Crouch End, London)
A pub with a bit of character, a blessed relief from the loungey places that abound.- The Sir Richard Steele (Primrose Hill, London)
One of North London's more idiosyncratic boozers.- The Eagle Ale House (Clapham Junction, London)
A local pub with an independent spirit.- Prince of Wales (Holland Park)
A pricey, posh local - one that's one of the most relaxed pubs in the area.- Lord Clyde (Borough, London)
A champion pub, unfazed and unsullied by the inexorable rise of gastrodom.Photography courtesy of buckaroo kid via the Londonist pool on Flickr.