The Ivy House is
London's first co-operatively owned pub
, the first pub to be listed as an
Asset of Community Value
, and the first building in the UK to be bought for the community under the provisions of the Localism Act.
It re-opened in August 2013, and is now building a reputation as one of London's finest real ale and craft beer pubs, and as a venue for music and other live events.
We have 8 real ales and ciders on handpull, and a wide range of craft beer in keg and bottle. We stock the best of London's breweries as well as a variety of interesting beers from further afield; our aim is to have something to please every taste, from real ale enthusiast to traditional lager drinker to craft beer connoisseur.
We offer an extensive food menu and a carefully-chosen wine list supplied by Liberty Wines of Clapham, and serve ethical coffee supplied by Volcano Coffee of Dulwich. We are:
- Cyclist-friendly (we have bike racks outside)
We also welcome well-supervised children; much of our food menu
is available in kids' portions. Click the map to see our location, or use the links above to find out more about the pub and its history. Don't forget to sign up to our mailing list below!
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