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Three Tuns

Aldgate E1 and City EC3

Hidden away around the corner in an upstairs bar is a very useable dart board. Like a lot of edge-of-City boozers, this pub can get very rammed after work, so being able to get on the board may be something of a challenge. But if you can get on the board, it looks like a […]

Feeney’s

Aldgate E1 and City EC3

A proper London version of a proper Irish pub, with a dart board on the right near the entrance – except on the days that the league team plays, when it is moved to the other side of the bar, where there is a little more room and fewer people doing craic. A stereotypically warm […]

Walrus and The Carpenter

Aldgate E1 and City EC3

A separate downstairs bar contains a very welcoming darts board, albeit surrounded by tables. Caters for league teams in 2024, and generally very welcoming. As the bar is only open some of the time, however, there are limited times when the board is available.

Adam & Eve

Victoria and Pimlico SW1

The board is tucked in an alcove on the right hand side of the bar, visible from the road, which is lucky, as I would never have found it otherwise. It always looks ever so invited, with a nice surround giving the board a healthy glow on my 2024 visit – but at busy times […]

Williams Ale and Cider House

Aldgate E1 and City EC3

Three boards situated next to each other at the back of the pub, and consistently helpful staff, make this a good place to throw some darts – although it can get very loud and busy, particularly in the early evening. Also, the oche is a bit wonky. Which can be a very useful excuse for […]

Old Tea Warehouse

Aldgate E1 and City EC3

Home to Darts Club Aldgate – a room downstairs in this intriguing bar/pub with two self-scoring smartboards. I kid you not!! [Insert clever science explanation]. Unlike some of the dartatainment venues (google Flight Club), the bar staff insist that you can use your own darts – although I’ve never played here, and never seen anyone […]

Wenlock Arms

Old Street and Hoxton EC1 EC2 N1

Ah, the Wenlock. So firstly, the darts board is on the left at the back at bit – not ideally situated but usable, and I’m told, regularly used. Secondly, if you can go here for any reason you should. Famously saved from developer-types in the early 2010s after a lengthy campaign, it is now 190 […]

Lord Raglan

Clerkenwell and Farringdon EC1

Cavernous somewhat soulless pub which has two dart boards upstairs, and should be fantastic for a throw, but you may need to take your own board as both in situ in 2022 were barely usable. Great potential for a handful of regulars to make this venue fabulous.

Parcel Yard

King’s Cross and Holborn WC1

Turn right and right again in this cavernous pub somewhere near platform 9 3/4s, and you will see a function room with a dart board. On my 2024 visit, there was a meeting taking place, and I have never seen or heard of anyone playing here, but it definitely exists.

Rising Sun SW1

Victoria and Pimlico SW1

It doesn’t feel like a darts pub, with the board somewhat isolated with no surround and no oche line, but there has been a board in this place for as long as I can remember and nobody seems interested in removing it. Which is all good.

One Tun

Soho and around W1

At the back of this busy pub is a somewhat unexpected dart board. It is almost perfect, but the area is just a little too small and too easily invaded by people who don’t think darts is the most important aspect of a pub. Lots to love, however.

Barley Mow SW1

Victoria and Pimlico SW1

Good luck finding the board – it is hidden behind giant folding wooden doors on the far side of the bar and blocked by a massive table. However, it does get used, and the accommodating staff always seem willing and happy to move the furniture. Realistically needs booking in advance – which you can do […]

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