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- The Kew Garden Inn is lovely and cosy, but for a fantastic Sunday lunch, try the Duke's Head in The Vineyard on Richmond Hill...so tasty adn big portions, their cheesecake is ridiculously good!
- The Victoria Inn on Richmond Hill. If you like to drink and smoke and be left alone or chat to the real local drinkers this is a pub for you. They also show rugby and the nice thing is they have a resident Australian giving everyone a hard time about how great Australia are and how rubbish England were.
- The Britannia has a great upstairs for big parties. The Cricketers is more for the mature citizens.
- O'Neills - by Richmond train station.mixture of a crowd and usually has a band friday and saturday nights. often very packed and can experience longish queues if you get there too late.
- Bar Rez-just across from the station in richmond up and coming nitespot for the 25 to 35 crowd open till late and does not compete for th Yates and O'neills market
- Edwards is lovely, very big and lots of seating. Opposite the station so easy to get home when you've had too much to drink! O-neills is also good and close to the station. Think they're both over 21s on a Friday, along with Pitcher and Piano, All bar 1, and Slug and Lettuce. The Lot is over-18s and a good laugh but they are very strict on ID. Basically, Richmond has the nicest pubs around, dress smart casual as usually fiarly middle classes are attracted!
- What has happened to the bull and bush? : ( arrrrgh
- Racing Page to watch a footy game on the big screen. Happy (and sad) memories of many euro and world cup games in there.
Pitcher and Piano, great location just by the river and the bridge. Nice terrace area even in the winter due to the big heater, bunsen burner type things they have
- The BIG one with a large terrace overlooking the bridge
and river.Maily 20 and 30 somethings bonding.
- The New Inn on Ham Common
- Head up the hill to the Roebuck for a change from the crowded riverside - great views to the west over the Thames valley
- What can I say? The Eel Pie, Tup and the White Swan are personal favourites. Also worth a look is the Barmy Arms (by the riverfront), the three kings, The Cabbage Patch, and the Hogshead. Most of the pubs are located centrally and again being the home of English rugby, there is no shortage of them
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Last updated: 2010-10-18
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