London, Tooting
Starting from Tooting Bec Underground station along the high street to Tooting Broadway. Select pictures for larger size.

Wheatsheaf, Tooting
Start
at the Wheatsheaf pub. This pub is visible from Tooting Bec tube station.
2 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17 7PG  Open all day from 4pm weekdays, noon Sat-Sun. Phone:020 8672 2805

A massive late Victorian coaching house. Beer range varies, with up to eight handpumps available. Harveys Sussex Bitter,  Sharp's Doom Bar, Shepherd Neame Spitfire are regulars. There is a small beer garden to the rear.
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http://wheatsheaftootingbec.com/

Turn right out of the pub into the Upper Tooting Road and you will reach the Kings Head on your right.

Kings Head

The Kings Head, Tooting, London

84 Upper Tooting Rd, London SW17 7PB
Open from noon daily

http://www.taylor-walker.co.uk/pub/kings-head-tooting/c1215/
This is one of the most exotic  among London’s pubs and was built in 1896 by the  pub architect, W M Brutton. Inside one can still get a good sense of how a lavish late-Victorian pub was organised and fitted up. Down both sides are tiled corridors that led into various drinking areas – you have to visualise every external or corridor door leading into a separate room or compartment. These were all served across a large, central counter with rounded ends. More details HERE

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Turn right out of the pub and continue in the same direction to eventually turn right into Selkirk road.

Harringtons

Harrington's Tooting

3 Selkirk Rd, London SW17 0ER Phone:020 8672 1877
Harrington's is not a pub but it is a pie and mash restaurant and take away.

  Closed Sunday and Monday, Tuesday 11:00 - 6:00pm, Wednesday 11:00 - 4pm,
Thurs-Sat 11:00 8:00pm. Take a trip back into the past.

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http://www.zomato.com/london/harringtons-tooting/menu

Continue further down Selkirk Road to the Selkirk pub on your right.


The Selkirk Tooting

The Selkirk.
60 Selkirk Rd, London SW17 0ES 
Phone:020 8672 6235
Open noon all day.
Fresh, home cooked food and one of the best beer gardens in south London.
Spacious pub with a good range of ales

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http://www.theselkirk.co.uk/

     Return down Selkirk Road to the High Street and turn right.

The Castle Tooting

The Castle38 Tooting High St, London SW17 0RG  Open all day from noon Phone:020 8672 7018

Newly refurbished and serving a good selection of ales.
Older readers may remember the Citizen Smith TV series from 1980 which was filmed partly in here. Youngs pub.
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http://www.castletooting.com/

Turn right out of the Castle and then left into Mitcham Road



Tooting Tram and Social

Tooting Tram and Social46-48 Mitcham Rd, London SW17 9NA
Closed Mondays. Open 5pm Tue-Fri,    1pm Sat-Sun Open until 2am Fri and Sat.

Huge venue split into many areas this converted tram shed incorporates a cavernous, chandelier-lit main bar and a smaller mezzanine, filled with decorative quirks and televisions for football viewing.
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http://tootingtramandsocial.co.uk/

Turn right  and continue along Mitcham Road to the Antelope.


Antelope Tooting

The Antelope76 Mitcham Rd, London SW17 9NG 
Open from 4pm Mon to Fri.     Noon on Sat-Sun

A large Victorian pub serving a frequently changing variety of ales and food all day, with Sunday roasts especially recommended. Wood panelling, candles and a real fire give a cosy feel to this friendly, welcoming pub, rescued from oblivion, refurbished and revived in 2009.

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http://theantelopepub.com/



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