Pub O’Clock: 5 Accessible London Pubs

Looking for that perfect pub lunch? Look no further…

BREWMASTER, LEICESTER SQUARE

On Leicester Square’s doorstep, Brewmaster is a family friendly pub with a beer garden, great food and free Wi-fi. From Breakfast, bloomers and burgers, Brewmaster is open every day, and until 23:30 on Friday’s and Saturday’s.

Accessibility:
-Accessible by ramps, slopes and manual doors
-Accessible to a mobility impaired walker
-Seating priority for disabled customers
-WC Accessible

37 Cranbourn Street WC2H 7AD
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THE ALBERT, WESTMINSTER

The Albert is a Grade II listed pub just southwest of Westminster Abbey. Built in 1862, the pub retains its striking façade and Victorian features that were undamaged during The Blitz in World War II. The Albert was named in tribute to Queen Victoria’s husband. The casual all British dining is perfect for that classic London pub lunch.

Accessibility:
-Accessible by ramps, slopes and manual doors
-Accessible to a mobility impaired walker
-Seating priority for disabled customers
-Staff have been provided with Disability Awareness and Equality Training

52 Victoria Street, SW1H 0NP
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THE ARGYLL ARMS, OXFORD CIRCUS

Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, famous for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served with a generous measure of famous British hospitality. The pub is most famous for it’s connecting secret tunnel to a nearby theatre…

Accessibility:
-Accessible by ramps, slopes and manual doors
-Accessible to a mobility impaired walker
-Seating priority for disabled customers

18 Argyll Street, W1F 7TP
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DE HEMS, SOHO

De Hems serve classic British pub food, but are most famous for their craft beers. A small piece of Holland in London, De Hems have some of the best Dutch, Belgian and other continental beers right in heart of Soho. Plus, they’re open until Midnight, Monday to Saturday.

Accessibility:
-Accessible by ramps, slopes and manual doors
-Fully wheelchair accessible – step free

11 Macclesfield St, W1D 5BW
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THE WESTMINSTER ARMS, WESTMINSTER 

In the heart of political London, a stone’s throw from the Houses of Parliament, sits The Westminster Arms. The pub is known to be bustling with important politicians and journalists, and has a seasonal menu and private function room.

Accessibility:
-Staff have been provided with Disability Awareness and Equality Training.
-Seating priority for disabled customers

9 & 10 Storey Gate, SW1P 3AT
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