Monopoly Pub Crawl

Monopoly Pub Crawl

A family favourite amongst many, this hit board game has been entertaining the masses since 1935. So, why not celebrate and go on an epic monopoly themed pub crawl with the lads?

This amazing bar crawl is super easy to get to grips with – after all there is only one rule! The aim of the crawl is to have at least one drink from each location seen on the Monopoly board, ensuring you and the lads get pretty drunk and explore London’s best boozers all at the same time. This is a great addition to any stag do in London, so gather up the lads and see if you can stomach this Monopoly board pub crawl!

What is The Monopoly Pub Crawl?

To sum it up, the Monopoly pub crawl is a fun drinking game whilst gets you visiting London’s best pubs and having heaps of fun during your celeb­ra­tions. You will follow the route provided below, which is based off the iconic Monopoly board. With each destination we will suggest the nearest and best boozer to pop into, with the only rule being that you must have one drink in each venue! See how far you can make it around the board!

Monopoly Pub Crawl Route

1. Old Kent Road

2. Fenchurch Street Station

3. Whitechapel Road

4. Liverpool Street Station

5. The Angel, Islington

6. Pentonville Road

7. Kings Cross Station

8. Euston Road

9. Marylebone Station

10. Park Lane

11. Mayfair

12. Piccadilly

13. Pall Mall

14. Whitehall

15. Northum­berland Avenue

16. Fleet Street

17. The Strand

18. Bow Street

19. Trafalgar Square

20. Leicester Square

21. Coventry Street

22. Regent Street

23. Vine Street

24. Marlborough Street

25. Bond Street

26. Oxford Street

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Monopoly Pub Crawl Venues

So, now you know route, you’ll need to know what pubs to visit. Here you’ll find a list of the best pubs to pop into whilst on the Monopoly Pub Crawl. We want you to have an epic time whilst celebrating so we’ve also given a quick description of the pub itself so you can get a feel of what to expect when you walk inside… Happy drinking!

1. Old Kent Road – Lord Nelson

To kickstart the pub crawl, head over to Lord Nelson on Old Ken Road. This historic pub is known for being quirky and filled with original features from the day it was built such as deep red walls, wooden bar and panelling. They welcome Monopoly players through the doors every day, so you’ll definitely feel the love. This is an epic place to down some pints in at the start of your crawl, especially when there are some live sports on in the background!

386 Old Kent Rd, London SE1 5AA | Website

2. Fenchurch Street Station – The Hoop & Grapes

This traditional pub is the second stop of the pub crawl. There are plenty others around the area, however The Hoop & Grapes is one of the only ones who open their doors early enough. Missing the great fire of London in 1066 by the skin of its teeth, this timber framed boozer has continued to pull pints and make customers happy every day. You can find heaps of drinks here, so if you fancy switching up your drinks throughout the crawl, here is the place to do so!

47 Aldgate High St, London EC3N 1AL | Website

3. Whitechapel Road – The White Hart Brew Pub

With Victorian décor throughout and its own personal brewery below in the cellar, The White Hart Brew Pub is a top boozer for many locals and tourists. With its own brewery on site, you can only imagine what delicious beers are on offer at the bar! You can choose from home-brewed seasonal ales and lagers all the way to delicious wine. It’s a super comfortable and laid back place to drink, with heaps of unique décor and furnishings throughout for you to admire and appreciate.

1 Mile End Rd, Bethnal Green, London E1 4TP | Website

4. Liverpool Street Station – Hamilton Hall

A former ballroom of the Great Eastern Hotel, Hamilton Hall is a station pub overflowing with grand décor, high ceilings and windows. This airy pub is a well-loved stop amongst the selection of pubs in the Monopoly pub crawl. If the weather is good and on your side, make sure you take advantage of the stunning outdoor seating area and soak up some rays as you drink! That’s if you can pull yourself away from the epic architecture inside.

Liverpool St, London EC2M 7PY | Website

5. The Angel, Islington – The Angel

A Wetherspoon’­s pub, The Angel is a cheap and cheerful place to stop off for a pint or two. If you’re a fan of Charles Dickens, then you would’ve heard about this local landmark in Oliver Twist; ‘They crossed from The Angel into St John’s Road.’. The building itself has been built and rebuilt multiple times, previously being a coaching inn and a corner house. Now, you will find plenty booze inside, with everything on offer behind the bar from beer to spirits.

3–5 Islington High Street, London N1 9LQ | Website

6. Pentonville Road – The Lexington

A classic London pub transformed into a lounge bar; The Lexington is a unique stop off on the Monopoly pub crawl. They serve up heaps of different American craft beets, along with cocktails, wine and bourbons. Sit back and relax in the baroque mezzanine or head to the upper floor which tends to have talented live bands entertaining the crows along with DJ’s. You’ll listen to a wide spectrum of genres, anything from jazz to the charts.

96-98 Pentonville Rd, Islington, London N1 9JB | Website

7. Kings Cross Station – O’Neill’s

If you’re after a warm welcome, you’ll certainly get on at O’Neill’s. This Irish chain pub is the place to go to enjoy great drinks with live sport screenings and live music. The interior is modern and sleek, with plenty space for you to sit back and relax as you drink. There are leather seats throughout, with a rustic bar to get your drinks from. The drinks menu is vast, with everything from shots of spirits to traditional Irish whiskey, you’ll find something you love here.

73-77 Euston Road, Marylebone, London NW1 2QS | Website

8. Euston Road – The Euston Flyer

The Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub which has been kitted out with fresh furniture and decorations to spice up your boozy antics. Luckily for you, its right next to Euston and Kings Cross station so you don’t have far to walk to get there. There’s plenty premium ales and cask conditioned ales at the bar, along with heaps of gins and spirits! If at this point you’re feeling too tipsy, why not settle for a premium soft drink instead?

83-87 Euston Rd, London NW1 2RA | Website

9. Marylebone Station – Victoria & Albert

Victoria & Albert is a hidden gem at Marylebone Station. This Victorian pub is exactly what you’d expect of a traditional pub, high ceilings, armchair seating, old photos, mirrors and huge windows. There are a couple gaming machines in this venue, so if you fancy your luck at winning big, give them a go! If the sun is shining during your celeb­ra­tions, head out to the concourse and bask in the heat with a delicious drink in hand.

11 Melcombe Pl, Marylebone, London NW1 6JJ

10. Park Lane – Rose & Crown

Yet another traditional English pub is Rose & Crown. With over 400 years of pulling pints for those who visit, you can be assured that you’ll enjoy drinking in this pub. Their drinks menu alters with the seasons, with heaps of spirits, gins, beers, wines and cocktails on offer no matter when you visit. There is free Wi-Fi available so you can keep your friends updated with how the Monopoly pub crawl is going, along with a lovely beer garden, sky and BT sports.

2 Old Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1QN | Website 

11. Mayfair – Ye Grapes

Known for being a handsome old building, Ye Grapes is a classic and cosy place to drink within. The bar is stocked with common branded brews, alongside more unique flavours. You can catch some live sporting events on the TV screens as you spoil yourself to a drink of your choice. It’s a popular venue amongst the locals due to its drink’s menu suiting to everyone’s tastes. They even serve up some proper British pub grub, so many grab a bite to eat and soak up the alcohol!

16 Shepherd Market, Mayfair, London W1J 7QQ | Website

12. Piccadilly – Henry’s Café Bar

Opposite Green Park you will find Henry’s Café Bar. This venue has heaps of charisma and a warm atmosphere perfect for having a booze in. It’s filled to the brim with roaring 20s décor and the bar itself is overloaded with delicious options for you to choose from. Try a unique cocktail, a classic G&T or settle down for a fresh pint of beer. If you fancy going on a walk, Buckingham Palace is only around the corner!

80 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 8HX | Website

13. Pall Mall – The Red Lion

The Red Lion is the halfway point for your epic pub crawl, we hope you’ve made it this far! If you’re feeling good enough to carry on, they you will adore drinking in The Red Lion. It’s known that this venue is the second oldest pub in the whole of London, which explains why it is filled with so much charm and character, along with a lot of great drinks. The staff are super friendly and enjoy seeing people popping in on the Monopoly pub crawl.

23 Crown Passage, St. James's, London SW1Y 6PP | Website

14. Whitehall – The Lord Moon Of The Mall

Yet another Wetherspoon venue, The Lord Moon Of The Mall is a budget friendly place to tick off another Monopoly pub crawl venue. There is Wi-Fi inside for those who want to keep their friends updated on the crawls progress. More importantly, you will find pretty much everything you could want behind the bar, all at a cheap as chips price! The building itself used to be a former banking hall in 1757, partnering with Barclays before transforming into a boozer.

16-18 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2DY | Website

15. Northum­berland Avenue – Sherlock Holmes

A rustic, wooden and grand pub, Sherlock Holmes is a must whilst around the Northum­berland Avenue area. Once inside you will receive a warm welcome, with the bottom floor a typical boozer and the upper floor being a life size copy of the apartment Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson shared. The drinks menu includes a selection of wines, beer, ciders, gin, cocktails, spirits and soft drinks. So, you have plenty choice over what drink you fancy for your 15th stop.

10 Northum­berland St, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5DB | Website

16. Fleet Street – Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

Known for being one of London’s oldest venues, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is a proper traditional British pub. The building that stands there today was rebuilt in 1667 after the original building burnt in the Great Fire of London. There are a variety of wooden panelled rooms inside, with plenty space for you to sit down, relax and enjoy your drinks. There are even claims that Charles Dickens, George Orwell and other famous literatures used to booze here!

145 Fleet St, London EC4A 2BU | Website

17. The Strand – The Wellington

Around the corner from the River Thames, Waterloo Bridge and other iconic London landmarks, The Wellington is a picturesque pub to drink in. With the building dating back to 1903, you won’t be surprised with the neo-gothic interiors, stained class windows and huge fireplaces. The drink menu is extensive, with heaps of options for you to choose from. There’s some tasty non-alcoholic options for those who are struggling to keep up with the crawl or fancy a refresh.

351 Strand, Covent Garden, London WC2R 0HS | Website

18. Bow Street – Marquess Of Anglesey

A well known and well loved pub within Covent Garden is Marquess Of Anglesey. It’s an epic place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, with heaps of tv screen for live sport fixtures, a large bar and a first floor cocktail bar! It’s a popular boozer amongst the locals and visitors of the capital city as it is so close to the Royal Opera House. You can find anything from fresh pints of beer on tap all the way to unique cocktails here.

39 Bow St, London WC2E 7AU | Website

19. Trafalgar Square – The Chandos

A two floor boozer that attracts huge crowds every day, The Chandos is a pub where you will find reasonably priced drinks along with and interior like no other. The building dates back to the 1800’s, with bare wooden floors, amazing stained glass windows and a variety of rooms throughout. This is a pub where you can truly sit back and have a good time, with the upper floor tending to be slightly quieter than the busy bottom floor!

29 St Martin's Ln, Charing Cross, London WC2N 4ER | Website

20. Leicester Square – The Moon Under Water

Wi-Fi access, large TV screens, a large outdoor area and heaps of space inside, what more could you want from The Moon Under Water, a Wetherspoons chain pub. The drinks here are mega cheap, with a pint of Ruddles costing only £1.69! So, if your wallet is starting to look a little bare and feeling a lot lighter as you’re nearing to the end of the Monopoly pub crawl, then spending some time in a Wetherspoons pub will be right up your street!

28 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7LE | Website

21. Coventry Street – Tom Cribb

For a cosier, laid back and homely experience, Tom Cribb is the best place to be. This small corner pub is one of a kind, with a rich history within boxing. There are English Heritage plaques outside filled with information for you to read before stepping inside. The name itself is after a British bare-knuckle boxer Tom Cribb who was very successful and later become the publican of the building. Sink into the leather seats and soak up the wooden interiors as you drink your 21st drink of the crawl.

36 Panton St, London SW1Y 4EA | Website

22. Regent Street – The Warwick

With a friendly team of staff on hand to settle you in and provide you with an epic drinking experience, The Warwick is a popular spot to catch a drink. If your favourite team are playing whilst the crawl is happening, you’ll be able to catch up with BT and Sky sports on the tv screens here. Their cocktail menu goes down a hit with those who fancy trying something new, with the classic beers and spirits behind the bar for those who don’t want to be too adventurous.

1-3 Warwick St, Soho, London W1B 5LR | Website

23. Vine Street – Three Crowns

Starting up in 1932, the Three Crown is a quiet spot away from the busy hustle of the capital city. Here you will find all your typical pub grub when it comes to both food and drinks. They’re known for being the home of pub sport, so you won’t be missing out on the football whilst you’re there. They have their own IPA for you to try, unique gins and all the classic pub drinks such as beer on tap.

19 Babmaes St, Piccadilly, St. James's, London SW1Y 6HD | Website

24. Marlborough Street – The Clachan

Proud to be a unique city centre pub with heaps of history, The Clachan served up drinks and entertains all those who visit. It has tonnes of Victorian features throughout the interior, with proper ironwork and wooden features being the main form of décor. Its name literally meaning ‘meeting place’ in Gaelic, you can be sure to have an epic time with plenty fun people around you as your Monopoly pub crawl nears to an end.

34 Kingly St, Soho, London W1B 5QH | Website

25. Bond Street – Duke of York

The penultimate pub of the crawl, the Duke of York is a fantastic boozer with welcome staff. Of course we want you to finish off the crawl on a high note, hence why we’ve suggested the Duke of York. We hope you can still handle a drink or two more, as the drinks menu at this bar is extensive with heaps on offer. Luckily for you the next stop is only across the road, so you can happily stumble your way there with your tipsy friends.

8 Dering Street, Mayfair, W1S 1AF | Website

 

26. Oxford Street – Spread Eagle

Last but not least, Spread Eagle. If you have made it this far then the words are probably very blurred on your screen right now. This venue is where you will have your final drink of the crawl – your 26th drink in fact. With BT & Sky sports to keep you entertained on the large TV screens, Wi-Fi and a stunning beer garden, this won’t just be your usual sit down drink in a pub. The drinks menu is forever growing, so you’ll be spoilt with choice for your last drink.

8 Woodstock St, Mayfair, London W1C 2AD | Website

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