The Dove Inn, Hammersmith - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
- Riverside location
- Outside seating
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Ravenscourt Arms, Hammersmith (0.2 miles), Old Ship, Hammersmith (0.2 miles), Ruby Grand, Hammersmith (0.2 miles), Hope and Anchor, Hammersmith (0.2 miles), Salutation, Hammersmith (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Walking from Vauxhall to Kew Bridge, I knew this would be at the half way point and couldn't resist a revist.|
If you want a seat, I can recommend 12:03pm on a Saturday.
Superb view from the elevate balcony. Some photos at my walking blog - http://mappiman.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/200615-river-runs-through-it-part-2.html
Mappiman - 21 Jun 2015 16:20
|A good pub on the river, very busy on the Saturday we visited but the service was good and the beer (Fullers) was well kept, tucked down a little lane it's well worth seeking out.|
beershot - 2 Jun 2015 17:34
|Made a river walk to this pub on a Sunday afternoon. It's a busy place and very foody but has a lovely area outside where you can sit with a view of the river. However, talk about serving short measures. I must admit I have never been served a pint so low down in the glass. I also order half of guinness for my partner - embarrassing! I though the barman was going to come back and top up after taking my money (given that one drink was a guinness) but he just turned his back and ignored me - amazing, Well not if you like short (and expensive) measures!!! |
kwis - 30 Oct 2014 21:26
|Sought out this pub on a very hot Saturday in late July. No room on the riverside part but a few seats were left indoors and I enjoyed a pint of Pride (3.94) with several hot & happy pedestrians & cyclists. The pub really delivered as a tourist venue: great location, low ceilings, nooks & crannies, conversation & laughter. Next trip I will try to visit midweek, so I can enjoy the view. |
Queenslander - 29 Oct 2014 21:26
|I simply love places like this. You can smell the history. Like a museum, I would be happy to pay an entrance fee.|
Great pint of London Pride and we worked our way to the terrace around the back to get up on the elevated section. Terrific location.
Then a couple came and sat next to us. Thought I recognised a face from work 10 years ago and sure enough, it was him. Shouldn't have been that surprised, as he was also a massive Nick Cave fan and this was the reason we were both in the area.
Mappiman - 28 Oct 2013 17:22
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