A guide to some great pubs in and around Mill Hill

Posted on Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Whether you are marking a celebration or just popping out for a quick drink, it’s always helpful to know there are some good pubs on your doorstep. Read our guide to some great pubs in Mill Hill so you can find your new favourite local in the area.

The Rising Sun

Located on Marsh Lane, The Rising Sun in Mill Hill has a great reputation for food and drink. The pub dates all the way back to the 17th century and is family run business that goes at least two generations deep. In the dining area enjoy classic Italian recipes with a contemporary twist and gorgeous desserts that are hand-made in-house. There’s a great selection of ales, spirts and wines to ensure every last taste bud is satisfied.

Adam & Eve

This relatively new gastropub is a popular haunt in Mill Hill, with the beautifully modernised  Edwardian interiors really catching the eye. The wine menu is a treat and you’ll find a good variation of ales and beers at the bar. During the summer the garden area thrives and even hosts movie nights and quizzes. You should enjoy the food menu too, which offers up the likes of salmon fishcakes and sirloin steak made from high quality ingredients. You’ll find Adam & Eve on the Ridgeway.

The Beaufort Pub

If you like nothing more than cosy interiors and a warm open fire during the winter then pop into The Beaufort Pub on Heritage Avenue and you won’t be disappointed. Food and drink is available right throughout the day, with warming roasts dished up on a Sunday. There’s a partly-covered outside area that is usually quite busy outside of the winter months and a great selection of wines, ales and spirits to keep you happy during your visit.

The Three Wishes

A friendly local pub situated on Green Lanes, The Three Wishes is pretty much everything you need from a traditional pub. There is live music on some weekends, and if you are an Arsenal or Spurs supporter, crowds tend to gather when games are on during the week, so you can get involved in the local camaraderie. If you want an unfussy night out and drinks at fair prices, this is a good place to head to for a few hours.

The Orange Tree

About 15 minutes’ drive away from the centre of Mill Hill you’ll find the lovely gastropub The Orange Tree. The exterior is just as lovely as the interior, which also doubles up as a restaurant. It blends together tradition with modernity, with hanging lanterns and old cask ale pumps, serving customers cocktails, ales, wines, lagers and bubbles, so there’s something to suit your mood for the night. There’s large HD screens that show the latest sporting events and great, freshly prepared food made using good quality ingredients. It’s a class act and has a great atmosphere too, so it’s one you really should check out if you’re in the area.