The Weir Is Ten Years Old

Gastropub celebrates ten successful years in Brentford


Restaurants in Brentford

The Weir Bar & Dining Room
22-24 Market Place, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8EQ
Tel: 020 8568 3600
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The Weir

Joanne Lavery
Joanne Lavery

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The Weir is an independent gastro pub located on Market Place, tucked away between Brentford High Street and the beautiful Georgian Square, The Butts. Its stunning garden overlooks the River Brent.

The Weir’s focus is to serve high quality, fresh food to both local and corporate customers. There is also an extensive wine list and premium beer selection.

Part of The Weir’s success has been in introducing different elements to the gastro experience. These include its signature dish of Chateaubriand, served on a hot stone, their steak and lobster special nights on Saturdays and champagne and oyster night on Fridays. Sunday lunch is very popular and booking recommended.

As well as owning and running The Weir, Joanne Lavery is an extremely active member of the Brentford community, as a director of the High Street Steering Group and project director for the Brentford Sunday market. “I’m delighted that The Weir has been so successful. I believe that the high standard of our food and the beautiful surroundings has played a huge part in this, as well as loyal customers and my hard working and friendly team. We’re looking forward to the next ten.”

The Weir is the oldest surviving licensed premises in Brentford, dating back to 1604. The famous artist, JMW Turner, lived there as a child in the eighteenth century. The Weir regularly supports local artists work and is currently exhibiting a collection of oil paintings by Ruth Hampton.





February 12, 2014

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