Seventeen pubs, every one as different as the last. On-site breweries, circus big tops, award winning gardens, venues and above all great drinks and food.

Edward Lear Holloway 

Edward Lear Holloway 

Edward Lear? A handsome devil for sure. If you’re looking for somewhere for your do, there probably isn’t anywhere better. There’s two fabulous function rooms as well as a mezzanine area that overlooks a bright and welcoming rear seating area. Wow.

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Three Compasses Hornsey

Three Compasses Hornsey

There’s some real love gone into the Three Compasses, absolutely beautifully restored. Is it the nicest pub we’ve ever bought? That’s a little unfair to say, but it’s right up there. Hornesy’s gem, and hub. We’re proud to have it in the family.

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Adam & Eve Mill Hill

You know the advertising slogan for those super expensive watches, ‘You never actually own a Patek Philippe. You merely look after it for the next generation.’? Well, there’s been an inn where The Adam & Eve currently stands for well over two centuries, so really we feel like we’re custodians. Like a Patek Philippe, isn’t really, really nice.

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Prince Albert Camden

Prince Albert Camden

The perfect counterpart for our other Camden pub, the Camden Eye, the Prince Albert is classy and a great place for amazing food. Oh, that sounds like we don’t think the Eye is classy! They’re a class act but they ain’t royalty.

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Flynn's Hammersmith

We’re pretty picky about who we welcome into the family, but we’re delighted to have Flynn’s Townhouse join Laine’s. That’s a new sister for our other recently acquired Hammersmith pub, The Black Lion. Hammersmith is so on trend right now.

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The Birds Leytonstone

With a nod to local boy Alfred Hitchcock, there’ll be plenty of suspense at The Birds. What sort of suspense? You’ll have to wait and see. Suspense!

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Aeronaut Acton

Aeronaut Acton

The Aeronaut is Acton’s best ale-brewing, circus-holding, great-food-serving pub – the best pub in London according to this year’s Design My Night Awards. With great food, a huge sideshow-themed garden and absolutely killer ales from their on-site brewery, you’ll fall for the place even before you experience the comedy and circus shows. Yes, circus shows.

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BearKat Nomadic

BearKat Nomadic

We find a disused pub, or other site, and we throw a great party. We’re all about quality beer, street food you know you’ve eaten, and bands that blow your mind, or your socks off. If you see the BeerKat banner appear outside a venue, you know it’s going to kick off. The first BeerKat pop-up was at 203 Holloway Rd, with Beavertown, and then Siren take over the space on Thursday 30th June.

To read the press release about the Siren takeover, click here.

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Black Lion Hammersmith

Black Lion Hammersmith

If you’ve ever watched the boat race with a beer in your hand, you’ll have been to the Black Lion. And then you’ll have come back on every summery day and lots of wintery days too.

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Camden Eye Camden

Camden Eye Camden

Sometimes you just need to be in the heart of Camden, and the Eye really is the heart of Camden. The perfect respite from the market in the day and right in the thick of it at night.

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Candlemaker Battersea

Candlemaker Battersea

Battersea’s best kept secret – a stylish pub that takes its inspiration from the candle factory that operated for over a hundred years nearby. The colourful pop-art and psychedelic imagery give a nod to The Candlemaker’s 60s heyday as a thriving market tavern. Come for the seasonal food, stay for chilled vibe.

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Fellowship Inn Bellingham

Fellowship Inn Bellingham

£3.8m of work is going in to The Fellowship Inn to turn it into much more than a pub. The place is absolutely amazing, and pretty much every inch of it is listed, so we’ve got so much history to work with. Just how we like it. This Bellingham venue is going to be something so special for the community – a cinema, a comedy venue, a coffee shop, a brewery, a music hub with rehearsal spaces, plus of course an amazing pub. It’s promising to be one of the most amazing spaces in London, but there’s a lot of work to get there. More about the project, with Phoenix Community Housing, here.

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Four Thieves Battersea

Four Thieves Battersea

Battersea has taken The Four Thieves to its heart in the year it’s been around. Nominated for a Time Out Award after being open for just two weeks and winning one a year later – its own brewery, retro games room, covered gin yard, all star comedy night, immersive game, and food have been raved about by the likes of Shortlist, The Evening Standard and ImALondoner.

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GlassHouse New Malden

GlassHouse New Malden

Things are pretty easy going at The GlassHouse – good food, decent wine and nice people. All they ask is that you don’t throw stones.

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Great Exhibition East Dulwich

Great Exhibition East Dulwich

The busiest (and friendliest) village pub in London. No wonder it keeps winning awards from the likes of Time Out (twice in the last two years) and The Londonist. Amazing food, great beers and charming company, all topped off with live music and pub games.

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