2 Waxwell Lane
020 8866 7372
17:30-23:00 (Midnight Fri); Noon-15:00;18:00-Midnight (Sat); Noon-23:00 (Sun)
Fuller's London Pride
Comfortable single-bar local. Named after Thomas Ellement, who founded the Pinner branch of the Oddfellows Society in 1848. There are occasional food evenings. Regular pub quizzes in aid of local charities are on Tuesdays and live music on Mondays.
020 8866 5688
Greene King (Managed)
Greene King IPA
Oversized family oriented backstreet local built to serve a never completed bypass in 1939 at the corner of Pinner Green village. Formally the Whittington until 2002. Sport from Sky and ESPN show. Salsa on Tuesdays and Sundays; Quiz night Tuesdays; Food is served daily until 9pm. Poker league on Fridays
11 High Street
020 8868 4607
11:00-23:00 (22:30 Sun)
Spirit Pub Company (Leased)
Adnams Bitter; Greene King Abbott; Wells Bombardier; Youngs Special; guest ales (2)
This grade II listed building is the oldest pub in Pinner and part of it dates back to 1540, although an ale house is believed to have stood on the site since the first Pinner Fair in 1336. The pub was known as the Crown Inn until 1715 when it was changed to the Queens Head because Queen Anne used to change horses here when riding between Hatfield and London. The attractive decor includes exposed wooden beams and panelling. An open fire, lack of music and six real ales complete the scene. Lunch daily from Noon until 2pm.
020 8866 2180
no real ale
Previously the Starling. Indifferent to selling real ale in Pinner, should be called the Dodo.