Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 4 and Version 3 of Ruby Grand, W6 9JT
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|The Ruby Grand was a pub on King Street in [[Locale Hammersmith|Hammersmith]], part of a small chain. It has now closed. As of October 2011 the premises are occupied by another pub called [http://www.thehampshirehog.com/ The Hampshire Hog].
||Upmarket-appearing pub on King Street in [[Locale Hammersmith|Hammersmith]], part of a small chain.
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The information below is retained for people who want to know what it was like as the Ruby Grand.
Upmarket-aspiring pub on King Street in [[Locale Hammersmith|Hammersmith]], part of a small chain.
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category='Food Served Evenings,Food Served Lunchtimes,Pubs,Real Ale'
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hours_text='noon-11pm Mon-Wed; noon-midnight Thu-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun'
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summary='Now closed; was a pub on King Street in Hammersmith, part of a small chain.'
opening_hours_text='noon-11pm Mon-Wed; noon-midnight Thu-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun'
phone='020 8748 3391'
website='' summary='Pub on King Street in Hammersmith, part of a small chain.'
Upmarket-appearing pub on King Street in Hammersmith, part of a small chain.
It's divided into a few different areas, with a "morning room" tucked away to the side; a larger drinking space with smart brown leather banquettes, mini armchairs, and a hardwood floor; a dining area further back; and a sunny beer garden with picnic tables, accessed via the dining area. It looks quite smart and nice, though unfortunately on Kake's June 2009 visit the ladies' was in a bit of a state, contrasting strongly with the rest of the pub.
Kake visited on a Wednesday afternoon in June 2009. The only other customers when I arrived were a group of students who seemed to have just finished their A-levels, though a few others arrived while I was there. Music was playing (reggae and some other stuff). A pint of lime and soda was £2, and came with a couple of lime wedges squeezed in. They had Deuchars IPA available on handpump; two other handpumps had turned-around clips for London Pride and Courage Directors.
Accessibility: One step up to get in. Step-free once you're inside, and there's a dedicated accessible toilet. Small ridge to get into the beer garden.
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