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Ealing Common

Picturesque spot between Acton and Ealing Broadway

"With both National Rail and Underground links, Ealing is a fantastic area for commuters."

Alexi Earl

"Home to many excellent restaurants and coffee shops, Ealing Green is the perfect spot when the sun is shining."

Alexi Earl

"Walpole Park was recently redesigned and offers total tranquility, just a stones throw from the centre of Ealing Broadway."

Alexi Earl

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Where do Ealing Common locals go?

The Grange

As well as the delightful garden, this pub's Thursday night quiz is legendary! It also serves great food and a range of different ales.

The Red Lion

Great selection of beers and food in a traditional pub with a 'secret garden' out back. Sunday is Pieminster Day, where you can choose between a roast dinner or a selection of pies.

The Grange

The food at The Grange is delicious. They also serve some scrumptious white wine and do an amazing pub quiz during the week! It's a great place to cosy up in the winter or excellent in the summer - their beer garden is particularly pretty.

Santa Maria

Award-winning pizzeria run by Neapolitans. Authentic ingredients and methods of cooking, al-fresco dining and vibrant atmosphere. Known fondly as the best pizza in Ealing - arguably London!

Charlotte's Place Restaurant

2AA rosettes for culinary excellence and the Good Food Guide's Restaurant of the Year 2013. A family run place overlooking Ealing Common, where the food is unbelievable...

Farm W5

Farm W5 offers organic produce at great prices and both hot and cold dishes. The juices are fresh and if you're treating yourself, the Victoria sponge cake is amazing!

The Rose & Crown

A cute little pub tucked away off St Mary's Road. It does brilliant bangers and mash, plus it has a lovely beer garden. Very good pub all and all.

The Castle Inn

This Ealing pub offers an open mic night on Thursdays and on match days £7.50 will get you a burger, chips and pint! There's also a secret beer garden out the back...

Ealing Common

One of the most open parks in Ealing - a great place to have a picnic, go for a run or play sports.

Polski smak

A Polish deli selling a fantastic breakfast sandwich!

Limeyard

An American diner serving hearty burgers, ribs and 2-4-1 cocktails every weekday evening.

Rumbles

Run by a mother and daughter who are always ready to help you find the perfect gift item!

Turtle Bay

A taste of the Caribbean; happy hour on cocktails in the evenings too!

Lifespa

Whether you want to relax with a massage, or need to do some pre-holiday preening, this is the only place to go in Ealing. Lovely interiors, great range of treatments and friendly service.

Munson's

A charming coffee shop located on St Mary's Road in Ealing. Great stop for good coffee, baked goods and delicious sandwiches.

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"Founder of The Rolling Stones Brian Jones first met Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in the Ealing Jazz Club, which, although no longer bearing this name, is still situated opposite Ealing Broadway Station."

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  1. About Ealing Common

    Ealing Common is a large open space (approx 47 acres) in Ealing, west London, bounded by Gunnersbury Ave (A406) to the east and the Uxbridge Road to the north. A smaller area of the common extends to the east of Gunnersbury Ave, including Leopold Road. The western boundary includes The Common and Warwick Dene, with Elm Avenue to the south. Ealing Common preserves a large area of open space with fine avenues of horse chestnut trees, most of which were planted in the late Victorian period, following the purchase of the common land by the Ealing Local Board. The northern part of the common has a large English oak tree at its centre, and London plane trees are also found with the horse chestnuts around the perimeter of the common. Charles Jones was the borough surveyor responsible for the layout. There is a local Conservation Area which includes streets around the common. The nearby London Underground station is named Ealing Common station after the Common.

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