The Coach And Horses
Before or after a stroll through cutting-edge art exhibitions at the nearby Middlesex University, come and see what The Coach & Horses on Greenwich Market has been up to. This large pub knows exactly how to add a touch of London classicism into its timeless décor see original features such as sweeping Gothic archways and historic signs, which include the famous Railway Tavern sign from Greenwich’s High Street. From oak floors to traditional leather benches, this pub brings history alive along with its great selection of cold beer including craft and real ale, alongside food that’s homemade and not short on flavour.
What is it about beer gardens that makes summer so much better? There’s a lot to be said for packing a picnic, huddling under the sun, and having a lovely cool beer to sip on, South Greenwich Forum (southgreenwichforum.co.uk). Just look at The Coach and Horses. Heading towards Greenwich Market, this pub has long been a favourite with locals in South London. It’s got such a great atmosphere; everyone’s there for a good time. The Coach And Horses is a traditional pub with a bustling atmosphere, located in the heart of Greenwich Market.
You can enjoy more than 240 different types of bottled beers at this pub, or have a cup of fresh coffee. The pub offers free Wi-Fi and you can enjoy classics like hot wings, chicken club sandwich and pulled pork roll. The Coach and Horses is a British pub in the heart of Greenwich Market, serving delicious food and top-quality drinks in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. They have an extensive menu of traditional British grub favourites, as well as seasonal specials, all freshly prepared every day using top-quality fresh ingredients.
The Gipsy Moth
This pub is the perfect place to catch up with some friends over a tasty meal accompanied by a cold drink. Located in Peckham Rye, The Gipsy Moth is well-known for its delicious roast dinners and amazing range of live sporting events. If you want to watch your favourite team play outside your local, then this is the place for you! The outdoor garden is able to house both sunny and rainy days. Oh what a night! The Gipsy Moth is the perfect venue for live bands.
Aside from the bonfire in the beer garden, Gipsy Moth has a stage for local artists. Which makes for an enjoyable and unique night out. On Tuesdays, live acts are booked to play – currently there is an ‘open-mic’ opportunity available. These popular nights give you a chance to see fresh up and coming talent in music. With the Gipsy Moth you’ll find delicious pub meals, with many traditional favourites such as pies and sausage & mash! They even offer excellent salads such as their Lamb & Feta Salad.
The staff are friendly and very knowledgeable about their menu too, so if you get stuck on what to order, don’t be afraid to ask for some advice. The Gipsy Moth is a pub situated in Battersea, South West London. Perfectly road-side located and with a large green supermarket sign above the pavement, this pub suits its Battersea location to a tee. Inside is really lovely; you'll find it's always full of people who came to enjoy an afternoon drink or two with friends.
The Gipsy Moth is a 17th century pub built on the site of an old village blacksmith's forge. Serving crisp, hand pulled ales and warm delicious food every Sunday! They also provide a range of award-winning soft drinks, lagers and craft beers. The Gipsy Moth is a must for the Islington foodie. If you haven’t been here yet, put it on your list of places to visit. It may be a bit on the pricey side but it’s definitely worth the treat.
The Old Brewery
The Old Brewery is a rustic bar that serves locally brewed beer and offers an extensive wine list. The bar has an interesting history, dating back to the 1700s when it was built as a blacksmith’s shop. The pub is adorned with traditional Tudor décor and Victorian memorabilia. The pub’s outdoor beer garden provides an idyllic setting for casual dining with friends or other guests. The pub’s cuisine offers something for individuals of all palates; their menu includes steak, paninis, salads and pasta dishes.
The Old Brewery is a stunning pub with an intimate and relaxing feel. With big leather sofas, cosy tables and plenty of wall space for hanging artwork, The Old Brewery is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with friends over a pint or two. There are a range of different drinks available here including refreshing soft drinks, teas and coffees alongside their renowned selection of cocktails! They also serve real ales, wines, spirits (including their own locally crafted gin), ciders and bottled beers.
The Old Brewery is a historic Grade II listed building. Built circa 1892, the Grade II listed pub is adjacent to the Melton Mowbray railway station and has been a national landmark in the town for more than 125 years. One of the finest pubs in town, The Old Brewery serves up over 200 real ales, a great range of gins, lagers and ciders to name just a few. They have a consistently high rating from TripAdvisor and have retained Good Pub Guide awards since 2000.
If you are looking for a pub that has something for everyone, located in the heart of Croydon, then The Old Brewery is the venue for you. It serves a range of delicious food, from pastas to burgers to vegetarian meals. The Old Brewery is great for families wanting to relax but also busy parents who want somewhere affordable and good quality to eat. For customers with allergies, there is a description of what could be in each dish on their menus.
This pub in Seymour Street is the perfect place if you are looking for something a bit different for your day out in Liverpool. The setting is pleasant with a beer garden in the bar area, wooden tables and benches making it informal. There's no doubting that for many people, the regulars, that this is the place to be seen. Collectively, they make up the Greenwich Heritage and Learning Centres (in fact Greenwich Park is one of London’s royal Parks).
This fresh out of the oven cake bar is a lovely outpost in the middle of a concrete jungle, tucked away on an unassuming street corner you'll find Peckham's mouth watering new cake bar Richard 1st. They're inspired by London's ancient sweet and bakery culture. The bar subtly pays homage to the simple elegance of one of London's oldest quarters, traditional tea rooms, chinaware and cupcakes. The most spectacular beer garden in London, Richard 1st offers a fantastic escape from the concrete jungle that is the capital.
Nestled within an 18th Century building in Islington, Richard 1st looks like something straight out of the North Pole. This charming establishment provides festive cheer with high quality craft beers and awesome events to brighten up your Christmas season. Richard 1st is a fabulous venue in the heart of earls court. The staff are welcoming and friendly and they have a range of delicious, well presented food. They have a great selection of drinks, allowing you to choose the perfect drink for your evening.
The Princess Of Wales
Another plus point for this beer garden is that it has a huge range of cask ales, which are from local breweries, and craft beers. Even during the winter months, patrons enjoy a range of hot food to ward off the chill in the air. The Princess of Wales has recently been renovated into an even cosier space for locals and visitors alike. With so much to do at this venue with its famous summer beer garden, t here’s also an on site cafe serving up some traditional Sunday roasts every week.
The Princess of Wales and is an Elderfield pub, located on Sclater Street. It is a historical, Grade II listed building with an awesome beer garden. The interior has been designed by the Oakman Inns interiors team, to look like a traditional Victorian-style gin palace. This includes some beautiful decorative features including stained glass windows and lamps, as well as Tiffany-style lamps hanging from the ceiling. The Princess of Wales is less than a five-minute walk from Clapham Common tube station or from anywhere on the Northern Line.
If youre walking, follow Upper Street South and take a right into Wilmot Place. The pub has outdoor seating, too, which is always a bonus. What’s actually favourable about this place is that all their drinks are not only great quality but theyre also ridiculously cheap. The Princess of Wales pub is situated within two-minutes'walk from Queen's Park underground station. It really is one of the most lovely pubs in London, and it's very tranquil.
You can easily get lost in the buzzing crowned and vibrant areas of central London, but The Princess of Wales offers a peaceful sanctuary away from the hectic and busy nights out around London. The Princess of Wales is a craft beer drinkers dream. The bar has a wide choice of beers, including its own brewed right on the premises, with an ever-changing selection. It does not disappoint. Word on the street is they also offer tours of their brewery for an additional fee.
Youll find this pub on the western edge of Greenwich in a historic building. Sit down to some English fare with appetizers including Scotch eggs and clotted cream, a traditional English dessert. Oh, and dont forget to get up for some traditional pub games as you drink away your worries. Greenwich Tavern. This beer garden is exquisitely decorated with beautiful flowers that youll be too tempted to snap for social media! Located in the heart of Greenwich, they have an impressive menu, featuring delicious brunch options like smashed avocado with smoked salmon on toast.
The Vanbrugh is a lovely pub, that has plenty going on. I have always enjoyed exploring Greenwich over the past few years, but this pub was hidden in plain sight on Greenwich High Road. Nearby is the Royal Naval College and Maritime Museum, and I really like how this area of Greenwich has so many green spaces such as Rennie and the Queen’s house, which includes the Queen’s Private Garden open to the public. The pub itself has a large garden that is perfect for those long summer evenings.
The staff are very friendly and welcoming, and there are regulars that meet up for a drink here each week. What makes this pub so special is the outside area. Not only is it incredibly aesthetically pleasing, but it creates a very welcoming and relaxing atmosphere, where you can enjoy the days sunshine with your friends or family. The pub is even dog friendly, with a dog called Amber who will happily welcome new visitors to the pub.
It’s right next door to the Greenwich Meridian Line, for those wanting to visit this famous Greenwich landmark and it’s right on the Cutty Sark cycle route, for those more active souls. If you’re after a traditional pub with some modern touches such as craft beer then The Vanbrugh is without doubt a must. The Vanbrugh, although having a reputation as the hidden gem of Greenwich, is something of a local landmark. In October 2017 it celebrated its 30th anniversary and opened to the public for the very first time almost 15 years ago.
So what makes this place so great? Well…. Voted the best in Greenwich, the Vanbrugh is the perfect pub for all occasions. The garden is set within a beautiful courtyard, where they serve a fine selection of drinks including an extensive selection of ales and ciders. In the heart of Greenwich is The Vanbrugh. Situated on Vanbrugh Park, this pub is a great place to go if you want a friendly welcome, a pint and something to eat.
The Rose Pub & Kitchen
The Rose Pub & Kitchen is just that. It’s a pub and a kitchen. What makes it different from any other pub or restaurant in your local town is the green wall that greets you upon entry. The back-lit plant wall and the large glass windows make for a very welcoming experience on a cold, rainy day. There is ample seating so you’re never caught waiting for a chair at peak times too – bonus.
Such a lovely place to bring friends, with the sun beaming down on you. My friend was determined to find the perfect spot, so we took our time, exploring every inch of the pub and sat ourselves somewhere where we knew the sun wouldn’t go away! There was plenty of seating on the lawn, as well as some shaded areas under trees which were much needed when it came to keeping cool. The Rose Pub & Kitchen is a top spot for all local and passing beer lovers alike.
Guests are able to enjoy delicious food, drink and listen to the smooth sounds of live music. It is a green haven where guests can relax in an elegant, pleasant setting with the impressive decoration of plants and flowers adorning every corner. There’s nothing better than a cold beer during the summer. And there is no better place to indulge in great grub and cold drinks than the Rose Pub & Kitchen. Make sure you ask about this when you visit.
The Pelton Arms is a traditional country inn nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, offering bed and breakfast accommodation alongside award-winning ales that can be enjoyed throughout your stay. It has an idyllic location, set in picturesque Evesham countryside and within an hour’s drive from Stratford-Upon-Avon and Cheltenham. The friendly staff will greet you with a smile, allowing you to sit back and enjoy everything the Pelton Arms has to offer. The Pelton Arms is a free house and today it's owned by the Shepherd family, so the beers on tap are mainly from Shepherd Neame Brewery but there are other national brands too.
This might surprise you though because when you walk in, you'll see lots of photos and memorabilia celebrating a different brewery the Sunshine brewery! In fact, until the 1960s, this was a pub named The Sunshine Inn and it had no connection to Shepherd Neame. The Pelton Arms is a beautiful 15th century country inn and tavern. Dating back to 1442, the building has been extensively refurbished without losing its original character and charm.
This includes its own brewery which offers fresh ales and a warm welcome to all its visitors. The garden, traditional pub games and inn offer an authentic country pub experience that many modern pubs can’t compete with. The Pelton Arms, situated in Peckham in the south of London is a Grade II listed pub that has stood as an icon of entertainment for over 200 years. Originally opened by Edward Kemp in 1806, the pub has undergone it's fair share of changes but has managed to keep its original features intact.
The Plume Of Feathers
The Plume of Feathers has a beautiful traditional pub feel and although it is close to Greenwich Market it is still highly frequented. It has a lovely outside area which they are known for hosting larger events including the ultimate treasure hunt on a Wednesday evening. The food is delicious, reasonably priced and provides a wide array of options for the whole family. There is an area downstairs which you can book out exclusively for parties.
They have an amazing children’s menu, with some brilliantly creative dishes including their very own version of fried chicken nuggets! You can watch the chef prepare your food in front of you, making the restaurant both relaxed and casual. Their prices are reasonable for this area and they also do set meals from Monday to Thursday between 5. With their second position in the top twenty comes The Plume of Feathers. This quaint pub, found on Vanbrugh Park, has a long history dating back to 1691.
Not only is this pub historical with its 400-year-old history but it's also exceptional for its range of modern menus and friendly surroundings. Being located near Greenwich Market, the pub offers an already varied menu and caters for everyone from their lunch range to their selected wines to their dessert selection. The Plume of Feathers was build in 1691, but the pub itself wasn’t registered until 1878 by James Crosett then rebuilt and purchased by George Barton in 1886 after a fire destroyed much of the building.
Today, The Plume of Feathers is a lovely pub with a vibrant atmosphere perfect for drinks and dinner among Greenwich locals. The pub is featured in many guide books including Time Out’s London Pub Guide selecting them as one of the best pubs to drink in London. The Plume of Feathers may be new but the history runs deep. Built in 1691, this is Greenwich’s oldest pub and is definitely a local favourite. The Plume of Feathers is an atmospheric pub with a distinct sense of history, featuring dark wood panelled walls and fireplaces.
Or why not join them for their Summer Jam event on 25th and 26th July? This is a pop-up music festival which you can get tickets for here. If this isn’t enough, Greenwich Union also hosts a large amount of live sports events. So if you didn’t manage to get tickets to the World Cup, or aren’t interested in cricket, why not instead come along with your friends to watch a game of tennis, football or even rugby.
Happy hour will be held every Friday 5 pm – 8pm, serving up drinks at £2. 45 a pint. On Tuesdays Greenwich Union offers pre-club events ranging from DJ sets to live comedy and even cakes. Come for a drink, stay for a laugh with their Tuesday night Nights. And if you’re feeling homesick on those cold winter days, come and relive your holidays with their weekly game of bingo on Sundays from 6 pm – 7 pm.
Greenwich Union, a beer garden and restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Market, supports independent breweries in addition to serving wine, cocktails and food. The ambiance is upbeat and makes for great causal Friday or Sunday nights out with friends. Whatever you’re looking for, Greenwich Union has got you covered. Greenwich Union doesn’t just cater for large groups of friends though, they have a great bar area that would suit any group of friends or family members.
They also have an outdoor yard where you can sit and enjoy the good weather. The outdoor yard is also dog friendly, with plenty of space to exercise and play. Greenwich Union is a great place to find really cheap drinks, you can get up to two for one on some of their house drinks. This also includes alcohol-free drinks as well, so whatever you are in the mood for, there’s something for everyone. I suddenly want to say in the past, combing my hair with a fork.