The pub guide has kindly been provided by Robert Trand, who now has his own web site, that you can view by clicking here.
The Royal Oak. (Corner of New Road and Brook Road).
The New Inn (Corner of New Road and Ealing Road).
Traditional pub, good size.
The Princess Royal (Corner of Braemar Road and Ealing Road)
Again traditional layout and good ales.
The Griffin (Corner of New Road and Brook Road).
Splendid pint of Fullers ales. Traditional
The Beehive (Brentford High Street, next to the Police Station)
Large local, TV, on straight after the match to catch up with all the results.
The Wainwright Arms (Just opposite Beehive, off the High Street).
A really basic, traditional pub, and serves a great range of free house real ales.
O'Riordans (Brentford High Street, towards Kew Bridge).
If you instinctively dislike Theme Irish pubs then you will love O'Riordans as it is a genuine London 'Irish' Pub. This pub was an Irish boozer before that became fashionable and undoubtedly will be long after all the Molly Malones have turned into the next craze.
O'Riordans sells an absolutely special pint of Guinness, the nearest to an Irish Guinness you will find. They also have a nice section of memorabilia on the bar, if you have a ticket from a match you would like to donate, see the bar staff.
Kew Bridge. There are a number of pubs near Kew Bridge you could try, whilst Richmond is just over the River Thames.
Alternatively Ealing (1 mile up the Ealing Road) has a lively nightlife with plenty of restaurants, bars and night-clubs.Stadium Move
Article kindly submitted by BBB