Barnes Pubs & Bars

Oh, leafy Barnes! One of the most charming parts of the Borough, and a lovely place to sip a pint by the River, by the Pond, or in a quiet side-street. If you think we've missed a notable watering hole, please let us know.

If you want to try a little wider take a look at our page on Richmond upon Thames pubs, or visit our list of Barnes restaurants.

Pubs & Bars in Barnes

The White Hart
The Terrace Riverside, Barnes, SW13 0NR
A charming pub right on the River Thames. With two terraces it is a perfect spot to watch the Boat Race. Originally built in 1660 and... (more on The White Hart)

Tree House
73 White Hart Lane, Barnes, SW13 0PW
Excellent gastropub in Barnes with outoor seating at the back. Cool furniture and plenty of space for your newspapers... (more on Tree House)

Sun Inn
7 Church Road, Barnes, SW13 9HE
One of the most wellknown pubs in the area the Sun Inn in Barnes sits right opposite the duck pond in the centre of the... (more on Sun Inn)

The Red Lion
2 Castlenau, Barnes, SW13 9RU
Sitting right at the top of Castlenau, this Fullers pub has cosy fires in the winter and outdoor decking for the summer. According to the website The... (more on The Red Lion)

The Idle Hour
62 Railway Side, Barnes, SW13 0PQ
Gastropub in Barnes that actually remembers that it also is a pub not just a dining space. It's not the... (more on The Idle Hour)

Halfway House
24 Priests Bridge, Barnes, SW14 8TA
The Halfway House is the only public house on the Beverly Brook walk, and offers a relaxed 'village pub' atmosphere... (more on Halfway House)

Coach and Horses
27 High Street, Barnes, SW13 9LW
The Coach and Horses in Barnes is a charming old fashioned pub that also has a huge screen for tv sports matches. We particularly... (more on Coach and Horses)

The Brown Dog
28 Cross Street, Barnes, SW13 0AP
An independently owned gastro pub tucked away in the back streets of Barnes. Dog and child friendly. Very... (more on The Brown Dog)

The Bridge
204 Castlenau, Barnes, SW13 9DW
Located just by Hammersmith Bridge, The Bridge has a raised sundeck and walled garden describing itself as 'a heavenly metropolitan oasis in... (more on The Bridge)

Before there was a Totally Richmond the founders of this site lived in Barnes (and in Mortlake before that). We spent many an hour in these local watering holes. Little has changed in that time in terms of the alcohol, but the food has improved greatly everywhere.



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