Windmill Taverns Group
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About Windmill Taverns Group

Windmill Taverns Ltd was established in 1994. We have four pubs and bars in the Southwark/ Waterloo area: The Ring, The Kings Arms, Mc & Sons and Jacks Bar. Windmill Taverns prides itself on our individuality and emphasis on service and quality. When hiring new employees, we look for people with a passion for customer service, hospitality and a desire – 

The Kings Arms is situated on the famous Roupell StreetWe allow dogs in our pub and keep a jar of treats to one side for our furry friendsWe offer a lunch time Thai takeaway with an five delicious optionsWe have Staropramen Brew Tanks on site providing the freshest tasting beer

Our Locations across London

We have 4 locations across central and south east London and we are always looking for new talent to join our teams.

Mc & Sons

Mc & Sons is a traditional old Irish boozer set in the heart of Southwark. It’s a place for the community to come and socialise in a friendly authentic environment with great service, traditional Thai food and a fantastic beer selection.

Jacks Bar (London SE1 8DD)

Cocktails, Craft Beer, Wines & Thai Food Jack’s Bar and Kitchen is the brainchild of Ryan and John McElhinney. We are located at 96 Isabella Street (behind Southwark Tube) SE1 8DD. The original Jack’s was opened in Ireland in 1970 by their father Jack (now sunning himself in Spain) so the boys decided to pay tribute to their father by re-opening the original almost forty years on. Jacks is open from 12noon Monday to Friday and 5pm Saturday.

The Kings Arms (London SE1 8TB)

The Kings Arms, a quintessential real ale pub in one of the most historic streets in London. We have nine real ale pumps and a constantly evolving beer list served from the architecturally wonderful backstreets of Waterloo, overall making The Kings Arms a unique experience. Our multi-winning “pub of the year” site is about as traditional as traditional pubs get, but with a Thai twist coming out of its popular kitchen too.

The Ring Bar (London SE1 8HA)

Situated opposite the historic home of British boxing, this compact pub certainly punches above its weight. Pictures of the men who boxed at The Ring and went on to become World, European and British Champions adorn the walls. There’s plenty of seating outside the pub, which is directly opposite Southwark tube station and acts as a great focal point, landmark and meeting place right on the corner of Blackfriars Road and The Cut. Openings times: 11am-11pm Monday to Wednesday, 11am-12am Thursday, 11am-1am Fridays & Saturdays and 12pm to 10:30pm on Sundays.