Best Pubs & Bars in Acton

Acton is a great place for students and young professionals looking to move to West London. Those in the area have many Acton bars and pubs to choose from. However, you are not simply limited to Acton watering holes. Actonians can equally grab a drink or three in neighbouring Chiswick, Shepherd’s Bush and Ealing Broadway. Looking to move to a vibrant west London neighbourhood? Check out The Stay Club’s new Acton Co-Living location.

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Best Pubs & Bars in Acton

Whether you are in the market for a trendy bar, a traditional English boozer or a gastropub for a Sunday Roast, Acton’s got you covered. Depending on the night, you could also get some entertainment with your pint with many venues having live music. Or if you are more into al fresco drinking, you can make the most of Acton’s pub gardens and terraces. Here is our list of Londoners’ favourite Acton pubs and bars.

The Aeronaut Pub

 

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If you are looking for a pub that has it all, then look no further than The Aeronaut Pub. From Live Circus shows, drag performances to boozy brunches, it is all happening here. The restaurant cooks up pub classics for you to enjoy alongside its extensive beer and wine menu. Its circus themed interiors make the perfect backdrop for your latest Instagram post. Or you can enjoy some fresh air in one of The Aeronaut’s themed gardens. The Festival Garden is reminiscent of the Love Island villa with bright colours and even a fire pit. Whereas the Fairground Garden is just as unique as the pub’s interiors with heated coconut shy, hook-a-duck and strong man booths. A Saturday bottomless brunch with 2 hours of unlimited prosecco, mimosas, sangria and/or beer at The Aeronaut will set you back £35 – £50. While evening show tickets range from £10 to £21. But that’s not all, on the weekends after their famous cabaret shows, the stage is cleared and the dance party starts. House DJs Yam Who, Maj Duckworth, Jamie Moon and Lindy hit the decks with your favourite tunes every Friday and Saturday night from 10:30pm.
The Aeronaut is open Sunday – Thursday 12 – 11pm and until 1:30am on Fridays and Saturdays. Pop in for a drink at 264 Acton High Street, Acton, London, W3 9BH.

The Chatsworth

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The Chatsworth, aka Chatsy to regulars, is an Acton favourite. Its Happy Hour deals of £2.50 lagers and wines, as well as 2-4-1 cocktails will put a smile on anyone’s face. Be sure to head to the The Chatsworth’s website to find out exclusive deals of the week. The pub is also home to a beer garden. On Thursdays, check out their live music from 8pm – 12am. For those who like to grace the dance floor, The Chatsworth Bar Acton has DJs every Friday and Saturday. Opening hours: Sunday – Wednesday 11am – 11pm, Thursday 11am – 12:30am and Friday – Saturday 11am – 2:30am. You can find The Chatsworth at 290 High Street, Acton, London, W3 9BJ.

The Belvedere

Located in the heart of Acton, The Belvedere is well-known to locals. This Polish style bar is a favourite among sports fans. With 7 plasma TVs, 2 projector screens and both Sky and BT Sport channels, The Belvedere is a great spot to watch live matches with friends. However, you needn’t be a football fanatic to enjoy a drink here. The Belvedere offers an extensive range of drinks to suit every occasion. Have a pint or share a cocktail pitcher. Planning on having a heavy night? Fear not, The Belvedere can help you line your stomach with its large menu of burgers, grills and pub classics. Each day of the week there is a different meal and drink deal available, so check out the The Belvedere website and treat yourself to a meal out. The Belvedere is open Sunday – Thursday 12pm – 10pm and Friday – Saturday 12pm to 1:30am. Come in for a drink at 106-112 Acton High Street, Acton, London, W3 6QX.

The George and Dragon

 

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Steeped in history, this 17th century Acton pub is a perfect example of London’s rich drinking history. The George and Dragon is housed in an impressively restored inn with a cobbled coach drive. Customers can also see the list of previous landlords dating back to 1759 hanging on its walls. Its collection of cosy wooden rooms and corridors makes for a great setting for a catch up amongst friends. The George and Dragon also hosts weekly live music events – be sure to go to the The George and Dragon for listings and further details. A small glass of house white or red is a steal at £3.50 as well as cocktails starting at a bargain £6! The bar also offers an ever-changing selection of craft beers, real ales and ciders on tap. Opening hours: Monday – Wednesday 5pm – 11pm, Thursday 5pm – midnight, Friday 5pm-1am, Saturday 12pm-1am and Sunday 3pm – 11pm. Think that The George and Dragon has what it takes to become your new local? Head to 183 Acton High Street, Acton, London, W3 9DJ.

The Station House

The Station House gastropub is a great pub in Acton for relaxed dining. It is a newly renovated 2 storey pub serving up an Italian menu, including pizza and small plates, as well as traditional Sunday roasts. Three Italian tapas will only cost £20, while pizzas start from £9. Located by Acton Central Station, The Station House is easy to find and get to. But this pub is not only limited to its great menu and extensive drinks selection, it also shows live sporting events on HD screens so you never miss a match. All major Premier League, European League and Rugby matches are shown on large screens in the pub’s beer garden. Opening Hours: Tuesday- Wednesday 12pm – 12am, Friday – Saturday 12pm – 12:45am and Sunday – Monday 12pm – 11:30pm. Fancy a European dinner or a cocktail in The Station House’s pergola garden? Visit The Station Buildings, Churchfield Road, Acton, London, W3 6BH.

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With such an eclectic selection of bars and pubs to choose from, no wonder so many young professionals are packing their bags and moving to Acton. Are you planning on moving to the area? Check out The Stay Club’s new coliving space in North Acton.

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