The Green Man - Putney Heath is a popular place for walkers and The Green Man is a great place to go to quench your thirst! There are two bars which offer bar food and a range of Young's beer.
The Spotted Horse - Right in the heart of Putney on the high street, The Spotted Horse is a traditional pub that has been lovingly serving for over 250 years. Putney station is a hop, skip & jump away!
The Railway - The Railway Pub in Putney is a busy London boozer stacked with character. Its location means it’s popular with commuters in the week, and its low prices and location promise it’s going to be a great start for a night out at the weekend.
The Arab Boy - this is set in a highly sought area of West Putney. The pioneering menu speaks volumes within this traditional and stylish up-market pub with an extensive range of wines, beers & ales to compliment the British classics & modern European food, served from the seasonally changing menu.
The Telegraph - A beautiful country pub, tucked away in the heart of Putney Heath yet only 15 minutes from the chaos of Putney High Street! This provides visitors with an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle as they relax in the stylish bar and dining room or under the vine laden pergola of the pub’s pretty garden.
Star & Garter - Casual dining with affordable prices in a feel good atmosphere, all by the river. The Star & Garters private dining room with stunning river views is also available with seating of up to 10.
The Hop Pole - The Hop Pole is located on close to the beautiful, grade-II listed Wandsworth Park in south west London. Along with friendly staff, The Hop Pole is comfortably furnished serving quality food throughout the day with a mix of traditional pub fare and more exotic Thai offerings – also catering for vegetarians and vegans on request too.
The Prince of Wales - Situated on the busy surroundings of Putney’s Upper Richmond Road, the Prince of Wales has a chequered history! The stylishly decorated back dining room, manages to have a marvellous feeling of light and space, as well as a rustic atmosphere, allowing visitors to gaze into the open kitchen and look at the delights being prepared.
The Dukes Head - A grand Victorian grade II listed building that has watched over the River Thames for nearly 150 years. Sitting at the start of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, The Dukes Head has enjoyed this uniquely British battle of the oars for over a Century. With free WiFi, disabled access, outdoor seating, and vegetarian, vegan and wheat free dishes - the Dukes Head caters for anyone and everyone, no matter the weather!