New Pub to Open this Year on Hammersmith Riverside

The Tideway at Fulham Reach will have views over bridge and Harrods' Depository

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A new pub called The Tideway will open at the Fulham Reach development on Hammersmith's riverside later this year.

West London brewer and pub company Fuller, Smith & Turner says The Tideway will include a large, south-facing terrace with views over Hammersmith Bridge and the Harrods’ Depository, directly opposite it on the other side of the river and will be open in time for Christmas.

The pub will be the second Fuller’s site in Hammersmith, alongside The Dove a few hundred yards to the west.

Fulham Reach, which is off Fulham Palace Road opposite Frank Banfield Park is being built by St George, part of the giant Berkeley group, which is also building Sovereign Court in the centre of Hammersmith, plus Imperial Wharf and Chelsea Creek in Fulham.

When completed, the development will provide 744 apartments and promises shops and restaurants as well as the new pub plus water sports facilities including a community rowing club based around its pontoon.

Announcing this launch, plus another riverside pub close to the Cutty Sark in Greenwich due to launch next year, Fuller’s Chief Executive, Simon Emeny says: " Combined with the opening of One over the Ait on Kew Bridge, which will open later this year, we will have at least three new riverside pubs along the Thames in the coming financial year.

" We are delighted to acquire these freehold sites and, by Spring 2015, anyone travelling by boat from Greenwich to Kew will pass six Fuller’s riverside pubs – The Sail Loft, The Banker, The Tideway, The Dove, The Bell & Crown and One over the Ait."

May 15, 2014