- Aldgate E1 & EC3
- Angel N1
- Camden NW1
- City EC2 EC4
- Clerkenwell & Farringdon EC1
- Covent Garden & WC2
- Edgware Road NW1 NW8 W1H
- Euston NW1
- Kennington SE11
- Kings Cross & Holborn WC1
- London Bridge & Borough SE1
- Old Street & Hoxton EC1 EC2 N1
- Paddington W2
- Soho W1
- Victoria & Pimlico SW1
- Waterloo SE1
- 'Fives' board
- Outside the centre
Soho W1Central London for Londoners, with several good options. Nearby areas: Edgware Road, Paddington, Covent Garden, Euston.
Blue Posts 81 Newman Street
Make sure you find the correct Blue Posts as there are five in and around Soho (there were 15 in 1841 but hey, who's counting?). The board is in the middle of the bar, so if you're gonna play here, throw well. You'll be on show.
Bricklayers Arms 31 Gresse Stret
A lovely little pub with a tremendously cool oche tucked away in the back bar on the ground floor, albeit at bit of a squash.
Horse & Groom 128 Great Portland Street
Sam Smiths pub just a few minutes from Oxford Circus containing a spacious, dedicated darts room at the right rear.
One Tun 58-60 Goodge Street
A relative newcomer to the world of London's darts pubs, but reporting in 2013 that the board is used most days. The oche is at the rear of the pub in a dedicated area. An ideal escape from furniture shopping on Tottenham Court Road.
Angel in the Fields 37 Thayer Street
Just off Marylebone High Street, the board is stuck in the corner and often blocked by tables in what is an extremely pleasant little boozer.
Captains Cabin 4-7 Norris Street
You probably won’t be able to spot the board, but that’s because it’s only put up for events –making it a perfectly good venue for a very central London darts ‘do’. As it happens, last time I visited, one was just about to take place.
Champion 12-13 Wells Street
A Sam Smiths pub with beautiful stained glass, a true London feel, and a million people on a summer Friday night. The oche is by the Eastcastle Street entrance, but the darts area is extremely narrow, making this a better place for practice than for competitive action.
Comedy 7 Oxenden Street
Amongst the horrors of Leicester Square and Pic Circus is a pub with a dart board to the right of the upstairs bar. This is a suprisingly central and perfectly reasonable place to throw a few.
Glasshouse Stores 55 Brewer Street
Fine tardis-like Sam Smiths pub which appears to have added a well-presented dart board into one of its many quiet corners early in 2012. Not visited. Suggested by Jonathan Rounsley.
Red Lion 14 Kingly Street
The board is next to the downstairs back bar near a table, so can only be used in quiet periods. A good option during the day.
Tudor Rose 44 Blandford Street
Decent pub with a decent board, but darts isn't a priority when it gets busy.