St. Stephen's Tavern

GENERAL INFORMATION

Address

10 Bridge Street, Westminster, London  SW1A 2JR

Contact UsTel. 0207 9252286
MapClick Here For Map.
TypePubs in Westminster.
Pub Explorer Reference54072.
Pub Opening TimesMonday - Thursday 10am - 11.30pm.
Friday 10am - 12mn.
Saturday 10am - 11.30pm.
Sunday 10am - 10.30pm.
PHOTO GALLERY St. Stephen's Tavern customers St. Stephen's Tavern bar area

WHAT'S NEW & FORTHCOMING

REFURBISHMENT

We had a full refurbishment early 2012. Now decorated in warm colours we have kept our traditional feel. Come and see the changes for yourself.

HAVE A PARTY HERE

Parties

We can cater for parties and buffets can be supplied plus private dining. Please ring to discuss your requirements.

DINING AT OUR PUB

Excellent Traditional Pub Food served from a main menu full of traditional English pub greats - try our fish & chips or delicious steak & ale pie. Specials always available. We offer baguettes with various fillings. To complement your main meal we always have a great selection of Desserts.

BREAKFAST TIMESDaily 10am - 12noon.
MEAL TIMESMonday - Saturday 10am - 10pm.
Sunday 10am - 9.30pm.

GENERAL FACILITIES

OUTDOOR FACILITIESPavement Seating Area with lighting.
GENERAL FACILITIES Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet.
OTHERChildren Welcome until 5pm, Debit and Credit Cards accepted except Amex including Visa Electron.
St. Stephen's Tavern, Westminster

St. Stephen's Tavern refurbished early 2012 is the closest pub to Big Ben situated on the corner of a cobbled street in the centre of London where Churchill used to take a tipple. Today we attract journalists, paparazzi and lesser known back benchers to drink with us, as well as Neil Kinnock! When people are being interviewed around this area they often use us as the back drop, filming Big Ben through the window. We have a division bell which rings giving a warning sign that there is two minutes to vote. This very traditional pub, built in 1873, was refurbished previously in 2003 after 15 years of being closed. Many of the original fittings had been stored since closure and now brought back to use! There is a real wow factor, particularly for sightseers, with it's interior design and carpets which are the same design as that of parliament. Historically, Benjamin Disraeli, twice Prime Minister in the 1800's, was one of the founding members of the St Stephens Gentleman's Club established in 1870 which was held downstairs. Today we serve good quality pub food with table service whenever possible. There is an excellent selection of real ales which are served to perfection. We can cater for parties and buffets can be supplied plus private dining. This is arguably the best pub in London, giving genuine hospitality. Come and try us next time you're in London.