The best beer gardens in Hatton Garden

When it comes to a cold beer, there’s no greater joy than drinking it al fresco; and fortunately for us, Hatton Garden is littered with lovely outdoor drinking spots and pub gardens that offer both a buzzy indoor atmosphere and some welcome fresh air.

So get your beer goggles ready, because it’s time to experience Hatton’s legendary pub gardens and outside drinking hubs, one pint at a time.

1. The Argyle

The Argyle is a true Hatton Garden icon, overlooking Leather Lane from its prime spot on the corner of Greville Street.

Not only does traditional pub fare abound, but it can all be enjoyed from The Argyle’s popular rooftop terrace complete with ambient fairy lights. If you’re scared of heights, you can take your tipple on the pedestrianised street outside, too.

2. Ye Olde Mitre

Ye Olde Mitre is quite possibly one of Hatton’s best kept secrets. Tucked away in a small alleyway off Hatton Garden’s main stretch, this historic Fuller’s pub offers a real haven away from the hustle and bustle of the City, and a great outdoor area to boot. Ely Court is a real gem with a great atmosphere and great benches, and is the perfect place to wile away a balmy summer evening.

Get 20% off real ale all day Monday to Friday with your Garden Card.

3. Bleeding Heart Yard Bistro and Tavern

The Bleeding Heart is one of Hatton’s most popular haunts, and for good reason. There’s something for everyone, whatever your taste or budget, with a Tavern, Bistro and Restaurant in one place, which has been around since 1746!

If you want to sit outside, the Bistro’s outdoor terrace is tucked away behind Greville Street and gives off a distinctly French ambience. A Hatton icon not to be missed, and don’t forget you can get 10% off food at the Tavern with the Garden Card.

4. The Sir Christopher Hatton

An historic pub named after the former Lord Chancellor of England, The Sir Christopher Hatton is just 3 minutes from Chancery Lane Station, and offers traditional British pub food as well as a great selection of cask and craft ales. Outdoor seating makes this another great summer haunt in the heart of buzzing Hatton Garden; and if you get chilly, the indoor area gives off all the cosy British pub vibes you could possibly need.

All in all, you need not venture far from Hatton to get your outdoor drink on this summer. From rooftop terraces to hidden gardens, and cocktails to craft beers, we’ve got it all. We’ll see you out there!

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