THE STORY OF The Salisbury Arms

Dating back to the 1800s, The Salisbury Arms has for centuries been a cornerstone of community life in Winchmore Hill, enduringly popular with local residents, workers and visitors alike.

Retaining its original Victorian facade, The Salisbury Arms has been lovingly restored, blending sumptuous period features with upscale contemporary touches: exposed brick, wood panelling and statement lighting combine in the spacious bar area; there’s even some intriguing wall art to add a touch of quirkiness. The pub’s best-kept secret is its inviting beer garden - the perfect spot for al-fresco dining, lazy afternoons or a glass of something special on a sunny day, whilst indoors during those chillier months, the open fire is kept roaring.

Reflecting the ‘urban village’ feel of the leafy and tranquil Winchmore Hill area, this welcoming pub is all the more appealing during the summer months, with its delightful beer garden offering ample comfy seating, sheltered booths, barbecue facilities and patio heating for those days when the weather is a little more Britain than Bahamas...

Well-connected to the rest of the capital via public transport links, The Salisbury Arms is an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a day’s sightseeing or a walk around nearby Grovelands Park.

Dog-friendly and fostering a relaxed and friendly village vibe, The Salisbury Arms holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.