With bustling Notting Hill and Camden Town
in such close proximity, you may have often overlooked Maida. Whether you want lazy afternoons sharing a bottle of wine by the canal, or plenty of pints whilst enjoying live music, you’ll find it here. Rad our guide to Maida Vale’s must-try venues.
The Warrington Hotel
The Warrington Hotel
Nestled on the corner of the quiet, leafy street of Warrington Crescent is The Warrington Hotel. This Grade II listed building, which was built in 1857, oozes charm and creates the perfect place for a few relaxed drinks on a Friday night. It boasts impressive original features such as mosaic floors, a stunning marble fireplace and stained glass windows. Not only is it one of Maida Vale’s finest pubs, it’s also a great place to enjoy a Sunday lunch with friends, and if you wish to extend your stay at The Warrington, now you can, as it offers five beautifully decorated hotel rooms.
93 Warrington Cresent, London, UK, +44 20 7286 8282
The Union Tavern
With a beautiful outdoor space and scenic views of the canal, The Union Tavern is another great spot for a drink. Within easy walking distance from Westbourne Park and Maida Vale tube stations, it’s easily accessible. The venue also hosts live music events, so get yourself to the Union Tavern every Thursday to enjoy a drink and some talented musicians.
45 Woodfield Road, London, UK, +44 20 7286 1886
Warwick Castle has been serving visitors and locals in Little Venice since 1867. This venue warmly welcomes guests through it’s doors, whether they choose to enjoy one of the many glasses of wine on the menu, or if they wish to hide themselves away in front of the open log fires with something a little stronger. If you fancy getting competitive then try the weekly quiz night. Sports fans also rejoice, as you’ll find live sports playing, just check their website for listings each week.
6 Warwick Place, London, UK, +44 20 7266 0921
The Squirrel has an air of the contemporary whilst maintaining its traditional pub features. Roasts are served every Sunday and there’s live music and seasonal events throughout the year. If you get a little peckish, they do some great burgers too.
46 Chippenham Road, London, UK, +44 20 7286 7815
The Truscott Arms
The Truscott Arms is a beautiful space, with natural light flooding through the huge windows, ceiling roses and solid wood floors. The pub is a huge supporter of local independent businesses, so you’ll only find London’s best craft beers on tap. And if cocktails are more your things, then you should definitely taste one of their exotic-tea infused cocktail. Our choice would certainly be The Mews Breakfast, containing Hayman’s Old Tom, cointreau and clementine marmalade.
55 Shirland Road, London, United Kingdom, +44 20 7266 9198