The Queens Head: Raise a Glass to 2019

The Queens Head: Raise a Glass to 2019

Aneta, Tony, Claudia, Marco

See in the New Year in style

Having previously been a customer, last January Aneta Barratt took over the ex-Smokehouse and Hole in the Wall site and re-christened the hostelry The Queens Head, the name under which the pub was originally recorded in 1856.

So, New Year’s Eve marks Aneta’s first anniversary at the popular local and she and her friendly team will be celebrating with a party. ‘We’ll be open for as long as customers want and everyone is welcome,’ she smiles. ‘The kitchen will serve a delicious buffet and there’ll be fantastic music and plenty of space for dancing.’
The Queens Head is also still taking reservations for its traditional three-course festive menu (£35.95) and Christmas Buffet (with options at £15 and £22 per person).

Over the past year Aneta has introduced a series of events and new for Winter Wednesdays (for eight weeks from 21 November) is a general knowledge quiz. ‘We’re delighted that Howard of Question One is putting it together – he used to host the quiz at the Packhorse & Talbot. We hope it will become a regular date next year – it’s part of making The Queens Head a proper neighbourhood pub.’

The Queen’s Head
12 Sutton Lane North, W4 4LD
+442038196066
info@queensheadchiswick.co.uk
https://www.queensheadchiswick.co.uk

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The Queen’s Head 12 Sutton Lane North, W4 4LD
The Queen’s Head
12 Sutton Lane North, W4 4LD
+442038196066
info@queensheadchiswick.co.uk
https://www.queensheadchiswick.co.uk

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