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An original public house built in 1614, rebuilt in 1920-30s, The Magpie and Crown was first recorded  as “The Pye” in 1614.

The pub name Magpie & Crown was registered at the site in  1722, and was rebuilt in the 1920s/30s, believed by one historical source to be designed by Nowell Parr.

Now the pub serves the vibrant Brentford area, and specialises in cask and craft beers and ales, alongside an amazing Thai kitchen.