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Cosy London Pubs To Visit This Autumn

Pubs radiate warmth and cosiness in autumn, making them the perfect escape from chilly weather. The amber glow of interior lights, hearty seasonal dishes, and robust, spiced drinks create a welcoming ambience. Here are our choice of the great places to take refuge from the cold weather.

 


The Drapers Arms, an elegant pub in Islington, is excellent for the comforts needed in the cooler months, with daily changing menus to fit perfectly to the seasons.


The Drapers Arms
The Drapers Arms


 


A Public House and Dining Room, a Restaurant designed by Martino Gamper. Sister to Lasdun in the National Theatre. Marksman's has based the menu on the best British ingredients and London's food history—the seasonal highlights are the star of the food and drinks.


Marksman Public House
Marksman Public House


 


The hearty Angelsea Arms with a Mediterranean-inspired menu. And along their long brick wall, local photographers and artists exhibit their work.



 


Dive into their menu of home comforts with Northern European influences. The great artist Paul Slater's work hangs in the public house. A fantastic atmosphere flies through this pub.


Dining Room Private Pub London Irish Pub
The Cow, 89 Westbourne Park Road, London, W2 5QH


 


After a long scenic week in Hampstead Heath, stop by The Bull & Last for a homely menu that is seasonally changed and newly refurbished, with seven beautiful rooms to rest your head in.



 


The Spiniards Inn is a Grade II-listed pub built by two brothers, perfect for the winter months that are fast approaching. It is one of the most haunted pubs in London and the inspiration to John Keats. Serves a seasonal menu that hits the spot after a visit to Kenwood House and a stroll around Hampstead Village.




 

The incredible pub was built in the mid-19th century when farming was the highlight of the time, surrounded by fields used by farmers. The Pig & Butcher use only the best-sourced produce, which inspires the daily changing menu.




 


Created in 1853 in the heart of Chelsea, The Surprise is a timeless pub where you'd have an inciteful history lesson if the walls could talk—bringing a homely village pub atmosphere with a mouth-watering seasonal menu. It is an excellent location for a family or friends meet up.



 


A 19th Century pub with a lovely restaurant serving homely dishes by Chef Director Michael Davies. Using top quality produce, and we've heard the Sunday Lunch is fab, where some of the menu is for two, great for a pleasant lunch and a brilliant destination to host an event to make memories.



 


Alice House has not one location but two, one in Queen's Park and the other in West Hampstead. Alice House has a cosy atmosphere, which is great for brunches, quiz nights and Sunday Lunch, which is a great price.



 


A Gastropub in Fulham is the only pub to have received a Michelin star in London. They serve British Food with the game as a speciality, and in the summer, they use vegetables from their rooftop garden—an elegant menu with a causal and comforting mood.


Perfect Roast Dinner Autumnal
The Harwood Arms


 


A gem in Brixton, incredible for brunch, family or friend meet up, a date and most importantly, a Sunday Roast. It's not only a restaurant but a café and wine shop also. Traditional cooking thrives inspired by travels from Melanie Brown and Sami Harvey to Europe.



 


First opened in 1871, but was passed through different ownerships and uses, it was re-opened to the original pub in 2007. With beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces, it is excellent for any season and a daily changing menu.



 


Enjoy live jazz music on most evenings whilst you catch up with friends and family over delicious cajun and creole food.



 


A beautiful seasonal menu and produce brought right to you. Leave with a full stomach and a bottle of wine from the wine shop on the way out. Make sure to try their Sunday roast.



 


Want to put your phone down and not be disturbed by technology? Go to the French House, with their number one rule: no phones, music or televisions, where they serve luxury comfort food and conversation as the main course.



 


With beautiful comfort foods after a long walk around Hyde Park or St.James's Park. A favourite pub for locals. Grenadier, named after soldier Cedric, was a man who was playing cards and got caught cheating, then, as a result, was published by death. People stick money to the ceiling to help Cedric pay what he owes.



 


Newly re-opened Walmer Castle, a 19th-century pub booming with character and style, sister to the Suprise Pub in Chelsea. They have private dining available, perfect for the colder months coming up.




 

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