The Bricklayers Arms
32 Waterman St, Putney, London SW15 1DD
- Putney Bridge Underground Station (0.6 km)
- Putney Bridge Station (0.6 km)
- Putney Station (0.5 km)
- Contact us:
020 8789 0222
- Opening hours:
Mon - Sun 12 noon to late
2 Camden Walk, Camden Passage, London N1 8DY
berserkjohn7821: “was a brilliant pub and i was part of the owners family although it wasn't the best it made due sleeping on a inflatable sofa above every single one of you thank you for cherishing drinks in that pub while it lasted” more...
28 reviews of The Bricklayers Arms in English
Ho Chi Mi...
Ho Chi Mi...
This little place just a couple of roads back from the river in Putney is a real gem. The owners are very nice and friendly and it really feels like you're in a village pub as opposed to London. Everyone seems to know everyone at first glance - it has a local feel. But spend a little time here and you realise there's more to it than that, and you don't have to worry about 'fitting in'.
Now, the beer. They're all here - Golden Best, Dark Mild and my favourite, Landlord. There is a nice seated are around the back, too, for a nice summer, Sunday afternoon.
The only two drawbacks for me are that it's a little tricky to find a being little out of the way of the hubbub of Putney. Some may find this a good thing, but it certainly means I don't go there as often as I might. The other is that while the beers are nice, I'm not as big a fan of real ale as some people I know, so I don't feel like I need to go all the way there to get a drink I like.
But then, that's just me. If you're a Timothy Taylor fan, you'll think you'd died and gone upstairs.
Tai Mobi | Tai game mobile
Put simply this is the best pub I have been to in Putney.
The place is warm and friendly (they have a fire in the winter). The quality of drinks is superb and changes frequently and the staff actually know about the drinks they are serving and make very good recommendations.
They also have frequent real ale festivals which are superb.
It can get very busy, however everyone is really friendly and whilst in other places lack of seats is an issue, you don't notice it here.
The beer garden is lovely too and I like the Decor inside the pub, it just feels homely.
The only issue is that they do not serve food and if you have friends who aren't into real ale, the choice of drinks can be limited.
This place well deserves it's place as being a great CAMRA pub!
Despite the rather forgettable pint I had in here, I do like the pub very much. It's got a cute beer garden, it's a nice place for a beer and the locals seem pleasant.
The landlady was friendly to me, although I'm not impressed with reports that she has attitude with a friend who didn't order a pint of ale (seriously, ale pubs need to stop with that righteous attitude and serve people what they want to drink).
I'm not sure I'd come out of my way for a beer here, and I'd likely only try it again if it was sunny and I could sit outside. But it's the kind of place you could lose a few hours, and it was perfect for avoiding all talk of the Royal Wedding and catching up with friends.
I use to drink in here in the late 60s when we would stick silver paper from fag packet on the celling using paper that from riza packets, those where the the days we could smoke inside. This is a must it a pub that still have that feeling of being welcome as you walk in, I no longer live in London but each time I come up to London I pay a visit. I was in SA and meet some people from OZ and that how we started a conversation by talking about that pubs in London and how they enjoy this pub even show me photos.
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