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The Italian Job

  • Chiswick
  • After Work
  • ££££

Really lovely little bar specialising in Italian craft beers and space to sit outside.

Information

Address
13 Devonshire Road, London, W4 2EU
Contact
+44 (0) 20 8994 2852
Opening Times
Mon-Tue 17.00-23.30
Wed-Thu 12.00-23.30
Fri-Sat 12.00-00.00
Sun 11.00-23.30
Insider Information
The Italian Job burger... order it.

Reviews

  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    Birra artigianale means ‘craft beer’ in Italian.Twenty years ago there were zero birrifici making the stuff; today Italy has more than 400. These brews now have a showcase in Chiswick, the first of its type...The Italian Job is worth travelling to, though I’d leave my Mini Cooper at home. And if I went by coach, I’d make sure the driver laid off the Verdi Imperial Stout at 8.2 percent abv. Who wants a quiet pint to end on a cliffhanger?

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  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    The twelve beers on tap are seasonally changing, and allow room for two hand-pumps, the rest on tap, partially backed by Parma-based brewers Birrificio del Ducato, who’re celebrated Italian crafters, opening their first London home. Four pints in, order Italian street food (reams and reams of pasta) or burgers if, like the Hollywood greats, you prefer your Italian spliced with the American dream.

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  • Design My Night

    Design My Night Says…

    The Italian Job is the UK’s first pub devoted to Italy’s eclectic craft beer scene. It’s a gastropub brought to Chiswick by the guys behind Birrificio Del Ducato, a craft brewery from Emilia-Romagna. This place is all about the emerging Italian craft beer, and traditional wines and bites to eat are relegated to a supporting role. There’s a regularly rotating choice of 12 beers to sample from both the venue’s brewery itself and other trusted producers. A range of hamburgers, Italian street food, charcuterie and cheese boards come from the kitchen, and the venue is good for a crisp pint or quick bite to eat seven days a week.

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