Fancy A Pint With The Boat Race? 13 Pubs To Pick From

Lindsey
By Lindsey Last edited 91 months ago
Fancy A Pint With The Boat Race? 13 Pubs To Pick From

Fancyapint have just updated their riverside pubs in time for your boat race viewing planning for tomorrow. The key message for all of these is get there early if you want to get a good view.


- The Boathouse3P_sl.jpg (Putney)
Large and modern Young's pub just the other side of Putney Bridge.

- Star & Garter3P_sl.jpg (Putney)
Imposing pub on the river with views near the start of the race.

- Duke's Head3P_sl.jpg (Putney)
Large Young's pub with ideal views over the starting line.

- Crabtree Tavern (Hammersmith)
Pleasant pub with a great terrace overlooking the race route - get there early.

- The Old City Arms3P_sl.jpg (Hammersmith)
Modern bar on Hammersmith Bridge - easy to find and likely to be busy.

- Blue Anchor3P_sl.jpg (Hammersmith)
Licensed since 1722, this is the first of the pubs going west from Hammersmith on the river - worth grabbing a spot.

- The Rutland3P_sl.jpg (Hammersmith)
Nearing the halfway point, this is a decent pub for a pint with a view of the race.

- Dove3P_sl.jpg (Hammersmith)
This is a lovely old Fuller's pub and one of our favourites for overlooking the river.

- Old Ship Inn3P_sl.jpg (Hammersmith)
Popular pub with a balcony for watching the race that gets full to overflowing.

- Black Lion3P_sl.jpg (Chiswick)
Zut alors! A pub with French leanings where you can (just about) see the river and the race.

- The Bull's Head3P_sl.jpg (Barnes)
Jazz oriented, massive pub with fine views near the end of the course.

- Ye White Hart3P_sl.jpg (Barnes)
Large Victorian pub with a great terrace for viewing the race - and a fine barbecue.

The Ship (Mortlake)
Famous pub with grand views over the finish line - need we say get there early?

It's all about going to the pub at Fancyapint.com. And now they've got an iPhone App too.

Last Updated 25 March 2011