Pubs and Bars in South East London
South east London is stuffed with teeny independent bars, funky homages to gin and speakeasy-style bars that only those in the know frequent. Discover the best pubs and bars here in South East London. Probably the most popular and well known destination in South East London is Greenwich, with its fabulous Royal Park and beautiful riverside setting.
Greenwich Market with its unusual art and craft stalls and food stalls form around the world is a buzzing place to be on weekends and the famous Cutty Sark is always a crowd pleaser. Just down the road New Cross is a prime drinking destination for students from the local Goldsmith’s College whilst Dulwich plays host to an upmarket crowd.
The Clock House is a wonderful, locals pub, located in East Dulwich on the edge of Peckham Rye, that offers a warm welcome to all. When it comes to food and drink, our focus is the ‘Best of British’ and we are proud to serve some of the finest craft beers and spirits in London. Our food is all freshly cooked using ingredients sourced from around the south of England and our menu combines great pub classics with lighter, more seasonal dishes. We also have a wide range of events to keep things interesting, from our weekly pub quiz to our more seasonal events like butchery masterclasses, summer garden parties & complimentary gin tastings. If it’s craft beer and cocktails you’re after then be sure to check out our beautiful upstairs bar, Blake’s, which you’ll find hidden behind a bookcase at the top of the stairs.
The Blythe Hill Tavern is a CAMRA award-winning, traditional Victorian corner pub where you will always find a warm welcome and a great selection of real ales on tap. There is something so familiar and comforting about the Blythe Hill Tavern, one of London’s Real Heritage Pubs, located in Forest Hill, south east London. In this friendly local, with the three room interior and 1930’s panelling, the landlord and staff, uphold the tradition of being smartly dressed...