The Warrington

The Warrington

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Have you ever drank inside an octopus? It probably looks a little something like this. Swirls, whirls and organic curls decorate every millimetre of this outrageously gorgeous pub. Mosaics, stained glass, tiled columns... you'll want to lick the decor.

A set of nubile nymphs, playfully lacking in wardrobe, gaze down from the bar canopy, perhaps a nod to the venue's former reported use as a brothel. According to the pub's website, the slang word 'randy' was invented here, thanks to the pub's close proximity to Randolph Crescent.

Today, it's a busy, bustling place with plenty of room to spread out. Three or four ales stand on draught, while the row of kegs is particularly impressive. There's also a well-liked food offering (the place used to be owned by Gordon Ramsay, but the tradition of good grub has been continued by current owners Faucet Inn).

Look upstairs for a less bonkers function room, plus hotel rooms if you really can't tear yourself away.

Quiz night is Tuesday. On Facebook.

Last updated April 2018.


Address: 93 Warrington Crescent London W9 1EH

Phone: 020 7286 8282

[email protected]


Monday: 11am-11pm

Tuesday: 11am-11pm

Wednesday: 11am-11pm

Thursday: 11am-11pm

Friday: 11am-midnight

Saturday: 11am-midnight

Sunday: 11am-10.30pm

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