Whether you’re planning after-work cocktails or planning a weekend meet-up, Belgravia has some of the best pubs in London. Here are a few of our top picks: 

Classic British Fare at The Thomas Cubitt, Belgravia 

The Thomas Cubitt is Belgravia’s famous London pub with a menu that focuses on the very best of regional British produce. You’ll also find an amazing list of selected boutique producers, who provide more than 30 wines by the glass and more than 70 bottles, and their revolutionary Coravin system (any wine connoisseur knows that it’s a clever system that allows you to pour a glass from the bottle without removing the cork), means that you can try a selection from their finest and most premium range. The Sunday roasts are legendary and show off British produce at its best.  

Address: 44 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London SW1W 9PA

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Experience community spirit at The Alfred Tennyson, Belgravia 

A real community pub, The Alfred Tennyson is a gastro-hub in the heart of Belgravia. Positioned at the end of car-free Motcomb Street, this beautiful grand dame of public houses is set over four floors – each one as cosy as the next.  Inspired by one of England’s greatest poets, the menu is suitably lyrical, so feel free to choose from a selection of sustainably and locally sourced dishes, which change seasonally to show off great British produce at its finest. There are takes on traditional dishes – like venison croquettes but vegetarians are in for a treat with the white asparagus, sweet potato and pine nut Wellington. You can also choose from an extensive cocktail, wine and beer menu. So cosy up and get inspired. 

Address: 10 Motcomb Street, Belgravia, London SW1X 8LA 

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Discover the historic Grenadier Pub, Belgravia 

When you enter The Grenadier – before you even order a drink, look up! There you’ll see banknotes stuck to the ceiling. Why? Legend has it that this establishment is named after young Cedric, a soldier who was caught cheating at cards and punished by being put to death. No one knows exactly when this ghastly deed occurred, but in tribute, visitors hang money from the ceiling in an attempt to pay Cedric’s debt. On a cheerier note, the menu is filled with English pub classics like fish and chips and smoked ham hock sandwiches – perfect for a relaxed lunch. 

Address: 18 Wilton Row, Belgravia, London SW1X 7NR 

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Relax at The Orange

A beautifully restored building with huge windows overlooking some of the Pimlico Road Design District, this award-winning establishment is the perfect place to retire to when you want a break. Originally a brewery, the building has been beautifully restored to maintain its grand features and overlooks the charming and tranquil Orange Square which features such delights as the arrest statue of Mozart and a wonderful Saturday farmers market. Tuck into the all-time favourite, wood-fired pizzas – or sup on a guest ale.  This is one of the treasures in Belgravia, where you can escape for a little me-time. 

Address: 37 Pimlico Road SW1W 8NE 

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Cosy up at The Horse and Groom, Belgravia’s Hidden Gem

Belgravia’s hidden gem, The Horse and Groom is one of Belgravia’s cosiest pubs and the place where traditional hospitality and great food and drinks blend together to create a little bit of magic.  Situated close enough to but far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge and Victoria, you’re safe in the knowledge that you’re close to the action but can escape from it all when you need to.  Settle down with a good book or friends to enjoy great home-cooked dishes and a glass or two of what you fancy.  With inside and outside seating, this is a pub for all seasons. 

Address: 7 Groom Place, Belgravia, London SW1X 7BA 

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