A raft of safety measures have been imposed on The Honeycombe pub, in Staines Road, Hounslow, where two men were injured when tempers frayed over its pool table.
Managers of the Honeycombe must hire bouncers, use plastic glasses and put up CCTV cameras, along with other changes, after police called for a review of the boozer's licence.
The amendments, which also include removing the pool table and installing a drugs safe for illegal substances found on the premises, were agreed at last Thursday's meeting of the council's licensing panel.
The pub must install CCTV cameras by March 11 under the terms of its new licence.
Inspector Steven Edwards, of Hounslow Police, said it was standard procedure to review a pub's licence following an assault on the premises.
However, he said the pub's managers had cooperated fully with officers to try to prevent any similar incidents occurring in future.
Two men, aged 42 and 39, were left badly bruised and cut after a bottling at the pub in the evening of November 19 last year.
The incident is believed to have been sparked by a row over who could use the pool table.
Five people were arrested and bailed in connection with the assault, but no one has yet been charged.