The Hand In Hand, Wimbledon Common - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 192) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Dartboard, Quiz machines (beat the clock), Pinball
- Food served
other pubs nearby:
Crooked Billet, Wimbledon Common (0.0 miles), Swan Tavern, West Wimbledon (0.3 miles), Fox and Grapes, Wimbledon Common (0.4 miles), Rose and Crown, Wimbledon Village (0.5 miles), Brewery Tap, Wimbledon Village (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|really nothing to choose between this and the crooked billet.|
Even the prices are the same.
Youngs Special comes without a head.
More info and photos at my blog - http://bit.ly/1Tf0AGO
Mappiman - 15 May 2016 13:44
|A few doors from another Youngs pub, the Crooked Billet, another nice pub with a villagey air to it. Beer was Portobello Star which was, as people have said, quite costly. It and its neighbour are out of the way for all except locals and walkers on Wimbledon Common.|
rainlight - 9 Apr 2016 09:37
|Excellent range of ales on tap and prime location. Friendly service. Bonus points for having another Youngs pub a couple of doors down. Now who do you love best? Mummy or daddy?|
terenced - 5 Oct 2015 09:17
|Much improved since my last visit. The landlord is a very welcoming and affable real ale enthusiast and stocks an excellent selection of beers, including two stouts on my last visit. The treacle stout was a really nice surprise in a pub where, on my previous visit some years ago (as mentioned below), the staff didn't know what a porter was!|
My worry is that it's wasted on the locals, who are of the ridiculously-rich-but-quite-conformist variety and so may not appreciate the vagaries of a traditional alehouse.
kid_b - 16 Jan 2015 23:00
|Had lunch here with some wonderful locals who showed us around as we were in from the States. Wimbledon is lovely. Had the Youngs Bitter as well as Wells Bombardier. Both were in fine shape. Food was good and we had a jug of Pimm's which was our first taste of the popular beverage. Part of a wonderful afternoon.|
endoderm - 9 Aug 2013 15:18
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