Tom Cribb

The traditional London pub is named after British champion bare-knuckle boxer Tom Cribb who retired from the ring in the 1800s and later became a publican at the Union Arms. The pub changed its name to honour his career. Tom is buried in St Mary Magdalene Churchyard, Woolwich, where there is a memorial to him, and the pub celebrates its heritage with boxing prints and photos on the walls, including Lennox Lewis and Henry Cooper. The pub is situated within in the heart of London's popular Theatreland.

36 Panton Street, Piccadilly Circus, London
020 7839 3801
Food Served: Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 18:00 Sunday: 12:00 - 17:00

Facilities available at this pub

General
WiFi (free), Outside Seating,
Food Styles
Bar Snacks, Traditional,
Awards/Accreditations
Cask Marque, Guinness Quality Accredited,
Drink Types
Real Ale, Beer, Wine ,

Asahi

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Asahi

San Miguel

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Carlsberg UK Ltd

Carlsberg

Alcohol
3.8%
Brewery
Carlsberg UK Ltd

Guinness Original

Alcohol
4.2%
Brewery
Guinness

Strongbow

Alcohol
4.5%
Brewery
Heineken

Spitfire

Alcohol
4.2%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Whitstable Bay

Alcohol
3.9%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Oranjeboom

Alcohol
3.9%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Bishops Finger

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Early Bird Spring Hop Ale

Alcohol
4.3%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame
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