The Clifton NW8
The Clifton NW8 is a lovingly restored local pub in St John’s Wood, a short hop from Maida Vale, West Hampstead and the iconic Abbey Road Studios. Back in 1846 The Clifton started life as a hunting lodge before becoming a pub. It’s been a thriving part of the local community ever since, even playing host to royalty when King Edward VII used the rooms above the pub for his affairs.
Brought back to life by local brothers, Ben and Ed, and their childhood friend, Adam, the family and dog-friendly pub and restaurant serves homemade seasonal food, plus a selection of local and craft beer.