48 Pubs and Bars found in or around Brockley (Train Station)

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Brockley Jack

Confusingly, the nearest station to The Brockley Jack isn't Brockley, but Crofton Park, but the Crofton Park Jack doesn't have the same ring to it... This is one we've been to on numerous occasions, which should tell you that...

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0.79mi
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Wickham Arms

What with every gastropub conversion, it's reassuring to know that there's still room for traditional pubs like the Wickham Arms. Here's a place you feel, that won't be recreating itself as a 'pub and dining room' any time...

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0.38mi
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Ivy House

Peckham Rye may not induce in you the same visions of angels which appeared before William Blake, but there's still a few sights round here that are uncommon to London. The allotments off Stuart Road are an unexpected sight and...

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Goldsmiths

Being refurbished, we're not sure when it's going to reopen.

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Montague Arms

The Montague Arms is one of the more idiosyncratic boozers in London. Popular with Goldsmiths students, it also has a loyal following from a wide range of locals. Rather intimidating from the outside, cast all doubts to one...

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Amersham Arms

With Goldsmiths College nearby it's not surprising that some pubs in the area aim to attract a younger crowd. The Amersham Arms is such a place, with an interior that would best be described as shabby chic. It's a very decent...

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0.83mi
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Old Nun's Head

The story goes that a nunnery once stood on the site of this pub. The Old Nun in question - the Lady Superior of the nunnery - was killed during the Reformation and had her head chopped off and stuck on a pikestaff outside:...

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0.87mi
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Royal Albert

The Albert is currently the best pub in New Cross and is well attuned to the upmarket drift of the area in recent years. Inside, you'll find the assortment of odd furniture, Belgian beer, taxidermy and mood music (keynotes of...

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Brockley Barge

We've come across Wetherspoon pubs in so many old cinemas and showrooms that it's actually a shock to find one in an old pub. That's the only slight deviation here from the JDW norm of cheap beer and big screen sport. Just as...

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Rosemary Branch

Nowadays, it's called the Black Flag and the builders are in, although it is still open. We'll be back to review it when the dust settles.

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