Three Tuns

Three Tuns

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...
Feeney’s

Feeney’s

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...
Walrus and The Carpenter

Walrus and The Carpenter

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

Adam & Eve

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...
Williams Ale and Cider House

Williams Ale and Cider House

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...
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