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No, Sir; there is nothing which has yet been contrived by man, By which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn. - Samuel Johnson.
Ealing was little more than a village on the ordnance survey map of 1826 and an area of outstanding natural beauty, this would later lead it to be known as, 'the Queen of the Suburbs'. In 1879 the Great Western Railway steamed from London to Ealing and accelerated the growth of the area and the need for good local taverns. Welcome to The Grange, a majestic Victorian pub, having been built in 1871, is proud to continue the tradition of good hospitality. Beautifully situated on a tranquil corner of Ealing Common, it is ideally situated for business and pleasure. Only a few minutes walk From Ealing Common underground station and only 9 miles from Central London.
We offer a traditional bar with great atmosphere and variety of soft seating areas to ordinary tables and chairs. We serve food all day, including homemade snacks and our famous platters. Our ornate dinning room offers a delectable range of classic, authentic and fresh fish dishes. Our wonderful walled secret garden is heated all your round and is the ideal spot for alfresco dining or just chilling with friends. Our unique summer house is situated adjacent to the garden, with its bohemian interior it is a fabulous area for bespoke celebrations. And now has its own multi-media facilities and large screen and is available for exclusive use. We are also delighted to announce the opening off our refurbished 'Reading Room'.
Situated upstairs at the Grange with beautiful views over Ealing Common. It has its own bar and large screen TV for multi-media, business or sporting events. The room also has its own stage for presenting, comedy, singers, Dj or small bands. The Reading Room is also available for exclusive use.
Update to the parking facilities for the Grange as the section of Warwick Road opposite the pub that bisects the Common has changed. This means far more parking spaces during the week for our guests.
Hope to see you soon
Barbara and the team
Good food, Good wine, Good company
Mon to Thur - 11.00 'til 23.00
Fri to Sat - 11.00 'til 24.00
Sun 12.00 'til 22.30
Mon to Thur - 12.00 'til 22.00
Fri to Sat - 12.00 'til 22.30
Sun 12.00 'til 21.00