Ealing Park Tavern To Open Before Christmas

With new owners and microbrewery on site


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It's been announced that The Ealing Park Tavern, will re-open in mid-December following an extensive refurbishment .

The historic pub on the South Ealing Road is now owned by the ETM Group, also responsible for the award-winning Gun in Docklands, The Jugged Hare in the City, The Botanist on Sloane Square and One Canada Square, Canary Wharf.

It will have a 60-cover restaurant, large bar, two private function rooms, and a walled garden. A range of menus including lunch, dinner, bar snacks and Sunday lunch, will be available . Average spend per head for a three course meal with wine will be around £35.

The pub dates back to 1728 when it operated as the Lewis Furnell Brewhouse and brewing took place on the site until the mid 1800s - now more 200 years on, it will return with its own microbrewery.

Brewing bitters and pale ales as well as special seasonal additions, the microbrewery will provide its wares direct to the bar with the Ealing Park Tavern Brewmaster on hand for tastings, tutorials and beer and food matching dinners.

The owners plan 'a plethora of events and special evenings' which they say 'will add to the atmosphere to ensure Ealing Park Tavern becomes the go-to local for the neighbourhood.'





26th November 2014

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