Putney   Local Area

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Drinking & Dining

Putney is spoilt by a great choice of pubs, bars and restaurants. And with friendly pubs brushing shoulders with artisan cafés, there is truly something for everybody.

Good old-fashioned establishments like The Rowing Club, The Duke’s Head and The Whistle and Flute are firm local favourites, while Lost and Co and The Toy Shop serve up fabulous cocktails. The Boathouse pub, with its riverside location and al fresco seating, is a scenic spot to while away a carefree afternoon, simply watching the world go by.

Putney also boasts a wealth of dining options. Head to Alquimia for exquisite tapas, to Carluccio’s for excellent Italian cuisine or wander down to Glass Dome restaurant and piano bar where you can enjoy a delicious meal infused with South American passion while listening to live piano music in a relaxing atmosphere.

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Waterfront to Parkside

With Wandsworth being one of the greenest boroughs in London, Putney is in a highly coveted location offering you the chance to stroll along one of the Thames’ most breathtaking riverside spots one moment, and be right in the heart of Central London the next.

Enjoy a riverside stroll in bijou Wandsworth Park, play a game of tennis in Bishop’s Park or pitch up in Putney Heath for a picnic.



Throughout the year, Putney is well-situated for both competitive and social rowing. In the summer months, enjoy the world famous Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race from any one of the riverside bars – all within walking distance of London Square Putney. If you want to get out on the water yourself why not jump on a boat from Putney Pier.