The Rugby Tavern, London

The Rugby Tavern

The Rugby Tavern is a traditional English pub so named because it was built around 1850 on land donated by the founder of Rugby School.

Its central location, a short walk from the British Museum, London’s theatre district and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras, makes the Rugby Tavern a lively, bustling pub used by office workers, Bloomsbury residents and tourists.

Visitors can enjoy good traditional English pub food, freshly prepared using local ingredients wherever possible.

The Rugby Tavern has a large horseshoe-shaped bar and a generously-proportioned function room. Up to 30 customers can eat outside on the pub pavement during warm weather.

Featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, the pub keeps a variety of traditional Kentish cask ales in excellent condition. There is also a choice of distinctive international lagers and a good selection of wines.