The Tabard Inn was built in 1880 to serve the new Bedford Park estate, the earliest garden suburb. The Tabard has close links with the Arts & Crafts movement as evidenced by the tiles inside the pub by William de Morgan and Walter Crane. The pub has half a dozen distinct drinking areas including the patio garden where you can often find the Pilgrims after the game on fixture days. There is a good range of real ales and decent pub grub. The pub is also the home of the Chiswick Playhouse.
The Pilgrims’ notice boards and trophy cabinet can be found in the leftmost drinking area.
The Tabard Public House
2 Bath Road
020 8994 3492