21/02/2013

PUBS & BARS

THE ROYAL STANDARD

An old fashioned local situated over the road from
the tube station. Great for a quiet pint as the
juke box volume is kept at a decent level!

On the various TV screen dotted around the pub
(and even outside in the covered smoking area)
you can follow various sports including
horse racing and football

The big back garden has picnic style tables and
sun shades. The covered area has seating,
tables and heaters. No food
















THE CHARLES HOLDEN 

This pub is directly opposite 
the tube station (previously The Colliers Tup) 

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This chain pub located in the Priory Retail Park
next to the Sainsbury's superstore is more of a
restaurant than a drinking pub. The eating
area is 3 times the size of the “pub”

Very popular with families as the food deals are
fairly cheap. Has some seating outside next to the
High Street. Upstairs is dedicated to kids with a
Wacky Warehouse playground

 



 












THE WILLIAM MORRIS 

A nice riverside setting at Merton Abbey Mills,
you almost forget you’re in London. Has a
nice upstairs balcony for those long
summer nights. 


Food is served. Gets super busy Saturdays and 
Sunday lunchtimes.


 


 
A bar come brasserie situated moments from
the tube (out of the tube, turn right)
The glass wall opens up to make it an
all fresco scene in the summer









 











THE SULTAN  

This Timeout's Best Pub award winner
(as well as a multiple winner of South West
London CAMRA branch pub) is one of the
hidden gems in Colliers Wood
Short walk from the high street
They and have a beer garden
Food is not served


 


THE NELSON ARMS

This pub is on the Colliers Wood borders, half
way to 
South Wimbledon on the High Street.
They have a nice garden away from the
traffic. Food is served



 





 









Not technically in Colliers Wood but popular with
locals The Trafalgar Arms is on Tooting High Street
opposite Sellincourt Road












Other pubs near Colliers Wood are
listed here, here and here

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