Tom Cribb, London

Tom Cribb

Our central location and friendly atmosphere make the Tom Cribb a great place to stop for a pint while on a day out in London. We are situated in the heart of London's theatreland as well as being close to the National Portrait Gallery, St James's Square and Fortnum and Mason.

A bit of history...

The pub is named after British champion bare-knuckle boxer Tom Cribb who, in the 1800s, retired from the ring and later became a publican, at the Union Arms. The pub changed its name to honour his career. Tom is buried in St Mary Magdalene Churchyard, Woolwich, where there is a memorial to him and the pub celebrates its heritage with boxing prints and photos on the walls, including Lennox Lewis and Henry Cooper.