This is a great pub, busy most nights and packed at weekends with a young, beautiful Chelsea crowd who are, on the whole, ... More
Goat in Boots (The)
This is a great pub, busy most nights and packed at weekends with a young, beautiful Chelsea crowd who are, on the whole, believers in a very pure form of hedonism. The buzzing atmosphere and clientele are fun and epitomize the ambiance of this stretch of Fulham Road. The main part of the pub is divided into three levels and has plenty of alfresco benches with overhead gas heaters. There's a small cocktail bar down a few steps from the main bar, with friendly and truly skillful bartenders. Down a few more steps, there's table football and video games for when you feel like a short break. There is large function room available for private parties.
i love coming to the goat as the barstaff are friendly and fast. they add to an already great atmosphere. i would say the only place to be on friday or sat night. made even better by the late license to 1 am!!!
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