Six Bells at Brentford Lock
The Six Bells at Brentford Lock is one of the oldest public houses in Brentford, West London. It can be found in the heart of Brentford where major new exciting development of the town is happening, not far from areas like Kew, Chiswick, Twickenham, Richmond and is only 20 mins away from central London.
The Six Bells was once the host to inquests in the early 19th Century.
In 1772 the Six Bells was established and named after the bells that were housed within the octagonal tower of St Lawrence's Church that rung when Royalty passed through and on special occasions.
Andrew L McCracken, founder of JAM BARS 21 years ago, is a well respected London restauranteur and bar owner for over 21 years. He specialises in giving a new lease of life to tired and old bars and restaurants in Central London and surrounding areas, giving them a fresh and shabby chic look about them, offering the finest foods, quality wines and craft beers.
The Six Bells at Brentford Lock has now got its new lease of life after being closed for six months for renovation works. Now offering you a freindly warm place with great service with the finest food and drinks served to all.
We Have introduced the following:
Quiz night on Monday nights