Each month we ask for your opinions on the best pubs in a particular part of town. We then count up the votes and organise a pub crawl around the top four or five. The winning pubs also make it into our growing Best Pubs in London microsite.
For July, we’re going to plug a big gap in that microsite by heading out west to Ealing, an area replete with pubs, and home of the Ealing Beer Festival (this year on 2 July). We have our own ideas, but we’d love to hear your tips on the best pubs to visit in that part of town.
Here’s how to play:
- Let us know (in the comments below, on Facebook, or by tweeting #bestEalingPub) your favourite pubs in the area.
- We’ll tally up the votes on Monday and publish the results.
- We’ll then arrange a pub crawl around the most popular choices. You’re welcome to join us.
- The definition of what counts as Ealing is up to you, so long as your choice might reasonably be included on a pub crawl starting from the centre (we’re talking about the town rather than the full borough of Ealing).
- By ‘pubs’, we’re using a shorthand — you can also vote for bars.
- You can nominate more than one place. All nominations count as one vote, whether you rank them or not. Likes on Facebook and retweets of someone else’s vote are also counted as new votes.
- Venues should be open to the public with no pre-booking, entry fee or membership required.
So, where shall we go?
Londonist Pub Crawls
Having completed an ‘A-Z’ of areas, we’re now choosing other interesting parts of town. Vote winning pubs will be added to our Best Pubs in London microsite.
- A = Angel
- B = Brixton
- C = City of London
- D = Dalston
- E = Euston
- F = Farringdon and Clerkenwell
- G = Greenwich
- H = Hampstead and Highgate
- I = Isle of Dogs
- J = St James’s
- K = Kennington, Kentish Town, Kilburn
- L = Limehouse
- M = Marylebone, Mayfair
- N = Notting Hill
- O = Old Street
- P = Peckham and Camberwell
- Q = Queen’s Park
- R = Richmond
- S = Stoke Newington
- T = Thames
- U = Unusual pubs
- V = Victoria (including Pimlico)
- W = Wandsworth, Wapping
- X = X-Rail (Crossrail)
- Y = Ye Olde pubs
- Z = Zone 1 pubs
Image by Tezzer57 in the Londonist Flickr pool.