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Established in 1984 by the O'Neill family, The Pineapple remains a family-owned, family-run pub to this day serving only traditional Guinness from Ireland! If you fancy taking a break from busy London life, then why not visit our friendly pub just south of the River Thames!

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Henry Finch laid the pub's foundation stone on 17th May 1870. The pub's current name, The Pineapple, probably honours the memory of Royal Gardeners John Tradescant (c. 1570-1638) and his son, John (1608-1662), who are believed to be the first to have cultivated pineapples in England. At his death, the younger Jon's widow commissioned a magnificent tomb in the churchyard of St. Mary's, Lambeth, carved with scenes of their life and work, and which can still be seen next to Lambeth Palace!


Today, The Pineapple features dark wood interiors and open fireplaces in a traditional setting maintaining the true essence of a Public House.

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Running The Pub

The Pineapple is proudly independent and strives to protect the atmosphere of a traditional pub! We have a friendly, dedicated team aiming to keep all our customers happy. Pop in at any time of day and you'll receive a very warm welcome! Whether you're catching up with family and friends, relaxing with teammates after training, taking a break from exploring the sights of London or winding down after a hard day at work, we're here for you!

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Quality Food

We serve great quality 'pub grub' all day long from traditional Fish & Chips to Chicken Bites, from Onion Rings to Pizza! Or, how about one of our House Specials, such as Irish Stew, Bangers & Mash or our very own 'B.F.I. Burger'? Click on the link below to check out our full menu!

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