Since 1831, we've been running some of the best neighbourhood pubs, boutique hotels and city bars in London and the south of England. No two of our pubs are the same — they reflect the villages, suburbs and city streets around them.
Dust off those cobwebs and bid the winter blues goodbye. Our larder is packed with colourful produce and the bar is ready for spring. Fruity wines, botanical gins and plates of vibrant food are waiting for you. Pull up a chair and remember to smell the flowers on your way in.
We’re feeling rather inspired by the new season’s bounty. Verdant spinach leaves, bunches of crimson-pink rhubarb, sea-green samphire and many more seasonal delights will be adorning our plates and stimulating your taste buds. In the bar, we’re introducing a wealth of wonderful gins, including Beefeater Pink; a new pink gin with a cheeky strawberry twist.
We’re also offering the unique opportunity to get hands-on with the legendary team behind Beefeater® an exclusive VIP tour of the distillery followed by an overnight stay at the Fox & Anchor Hotel with dinner at our iconic ‘SMITHS’ of Smithfield restaurant.
So what are you waiting for? Explore our spring palette now!
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