The Eagle (Shepherd's Bush)

Pub / Restaurant
The Eagle (Shepherd's Bush) The Eagle in London’s Shepherd’s Bush is a modern pub with cool décor & an awesome outdoor garden. Come relax in mod-style with Party Earth. London England 51.5006485175753 -0.239574909210205
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The Eagle (Shepherd's Bush) - Pub | Restaurant in London.
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Party Earth Review An eye-catching wine menu, chic interior, and expansive beer garden – complete with a giant version of lawn Jenga – combine to make The Eagle a local favorite for a well-heeled but unpretentious crowd. Part of the Geronimo... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Hammersmith & City Line: Goldhawk Road; District Line: Stamford Brook, Ravenscourt Park

  • Phone:

    020 8746 0046

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  • Hours:

    M–Th 11am–11pm, F–Sa 11am–11:30pm, Su noon–10:30pm
    Kitchen closes M–F 3–6:30pm and 10pm, Sa 4–6pm and 10pm, Su 9pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth The Eagle (Shepherd's Bush) Review

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The Eagle in London’s Shepherd’s Bush is a modern pub with cool décor & an awesome outdoor garden. Come relax in mod-style with Party Earth.

An eye-catching wine menu, chic interior, and expansive beer garden – complete with a giant version of lawn Jenga – combine to make The Eagle a local favorite for a well-heeled but unpretentious crowd.

Part of the Geronimo brand, which runs thirty-odd pubs in London, the venue includes a modern main dining area featuring mismatched lampshades, rough-hewn tables, high ceilings, and a few large vases behind the clean and narrow bar.

Although regularly busy, the bar’s expansive layout provides plenty of room for casual drinkers, whether they’re nestled along one of the flower-patterned banquettes on a quiet date, reading the paper on a sleek leather couch in the library room, or joining their office mates getting rowdy at one of the larger communal tables.

Entrepreneurial hotshots drop in to savor a few craft pints and catch a rugby match on the pair of TVs, while choosy winos take advantage of the curated – and surprisingly budget-friendly – collection of wines. The biggest draw, though, is the immaculate garden, which features a similarly sparse and contemporary design and overflows with festive friends on sunny days.

Regular theme nights from retro parties on Fridays to live music on Thursdays and quiz nights on Sundays all round out the offerings at The Eagle, which, despite being part of a chain, has a unique character all its own.

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Tip from Emma:

If you and your team win trivia on Sunday nights, you get up to £30 taken off your tab! So start studying those hackneyed facts and figures!

  • Crowd

    Young professionals, outdoor drinking fans, casual rugby followers, couples on dates, groups of office mates, some families, 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live acoustic on Thursdays from 8pm, retro parties on Fridays from 7pm, and quiz nights on Sundays from 6:30pm.

    Barely audible ambient music. Music amps up after 6pm, but never loud enough to kill conversations.

    Pair of TVs often tuned to rugby matches.

    Lawn-sized Jenga game in the garden.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Small menu of traditional and seasonal British grub that trends upscale, including Portland brown crab, warm chorizo salad, black pudding, quail eggs, and slow-roasted lamb shoulder. Sunday roast noon–9pm.

  • Prices

    Appetizers £5–£9.50, classic pub entrées £9.95–£11.50, upscale entrées £9.50–£17.50. Sunday roast £13–£16.

    Beer £3.55–£5, wine £4–£9/glass or £15.50–£30+/bottle, cocktails £4–£7+, champagne £4.60–£9/glass or £25–£52/bottle.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual: suits, pinstripes, Abercrombie, button-downs, chill sweaters, basic t-shirts, fitted jeans, cute skirts.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any sunny day to relax in the garden, Thursdays for live music or Fridays for fun 80s music and a happy crowd.

  • Close By

    The Anglesea Arms (35 Wingate Road) is a country-style pub that attracts a young international clientele with seasonal eats, craft ales, and prices a bit friendlier to the wallet than the average watering hole in this part of town.

The Eagle (Shepherd's Bush) User Reviews

Average rating:
The best beer garden in London
Helena P. May 30, 2013
The Eagle offers a great atmosphere with a lively well-heeled crowd. The comfy sofas, fireplaces and two flat screens on one side of the pub combine to create a relaxed environment and you can take your pick from a choice of books and board games for a lovely day out. The restaurant area is spacious and backs onto the front of the kitchen which offers new and delectable specials each day. The piece-de-resistance is the beer garden – with its beautifully designed lawn and outdoor barbeque and bar The Eagle’s garden is the perfect place to enjoy a warm summer’s day. Groups can enjoy pitchers of Pimms or an ice cream cone as they relax on the sun loungers or bean bag chairs, or sit under the covered out-door booths and tables. Ideal for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
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