Pubs and bars



Whatever your tipple or taste Newham has the choice and variety

Pubs and bars

Let suggest some popular pubs for a pint and some fine food.

Railway Tavern
Stratford Town Centre
131 Angel Lane, E15 1DB
020 8534 3123 

A warm and welcoming atmosphere, with great beers, wines and home-cooked food, is the hallmark of this attractive East End pub.

King Edward VII pub
47 Broadway, Stratford E15
Telephone: 020 8534 2313
Tube: Stratford

Cosy pub serving inexpensive traditional home-made British food - with a bit of a twist - the more adventurous may want to try the smoked eel and dandelion. Unusual beers also available.

Searcy’s Champagne Bar
Westfield Stratford City
Ground Floor
E20 1EH
020 7871 1469

74-seater Champagne bar offering a choice of over 100 cuvée’s and tapas-style food dishes.

Tap East
This brewery pub offers a wide selection of bottled beers from pale ale, stouts and beers brewed on site as well as traditional pub food.
Westfield Stratford City
7 International Square,
Lower Ground Floor
E20 1EE
020 8555 4467

The Cow
Westfield Stratford City
4 Chestnut Plaza Ground Floor
E20 1GL

As one of the closest pubs to the Olympic site, an ideal place to meet for a pre or post-event drink or meal from the gastro-menu.

The Hammers
80 High St South, East Ham E6
Telephone: 020 8472 1218
Tube: East Ham

The pub's customers are mainly West Ham supporters who create a lively and fun atmosphere when games are played.

The Miller's Well
419-423 Barking Road, East Ham E6
Telephone: 020 8471 8404
Tube: East Ham

Situated opposite the glorious redbrick late Victorian Town Hall, this pub offers a good selection of beers, ciders and good quality well priced food.

Theatre Royal Stratford East café & bar
Cultural Quarter
Theatre Royal
Gerry Raffles Square
E15 1BN
020 8279 1163

Welcoming venue, where you can catch DJs, comedy and live music every night in the bar, serving great international food.

Ye Olde Blackbull
13 Broadway, Stratford E15
Telephone: 0208 5196 720
Tube: Stratford

At one point in its history this 19th century pub rejoiced in the name of Mooney’s Imbibing Emporium, before reverting to a more catchy identity. A carved black bull high on the frontage underlines the point. Good choice of beers and home cooked food.