Ram34, High Street
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Oldest surviving licensed premises in Kingston, which was once owned by Fricker's Eagle Brewery, which used to be next door. The current building dates from 1862, when it was a coaching house. The large single bar was refurbished in 2015 with dark wood a feature. Pictures of rams adorn the walls. The large outside patio area backs onto the River Thames and is family and dog friendly. Wide ranging menu, including specials and vegetarian options, is available all day. The changing beers are mainly from other breweries, including local ones. 14 craft keg beers also sold. Quiz night Wednesday and live music on Friday's.