30 Pubs and Bars found in or around Crofton Park (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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Blythe Hill Tavern

Since we were last in, there's been a marked change at the Blythe Hill Tavern. Don't worry, it's still a great boozer but now it's a great boozer with five real ales on the taps! The selection included two from Sussex's Dark...

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0.91mi
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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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The Honor Oak

The Honor Oak's settled in nicely since it changed hands and name in 2007. The Sindy doll-inspired artwork is still on the walls, and it's retained the modern look throughout the place. It definitely caters for families, from...

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The Jolly Farmers

This one's reopened. We'll visit and let you know what we think.

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0.92mi
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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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Catford Ram

The giant fibreglass feline isn't the only surprise at the Catford Centre, what with this perfectly decent Young's pub hidden away behind an unassuming retail space exterior. Not unlike a Wetherspoon's in size and space, the...

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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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0.59mi
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Temple Bar (formerly Shillelagh's)

Known as Shillelagh's until recently, Temple Bar is an unreconstructed Irish pub that does a job for its locals. The Guinness, as you'd expect, is fine and there was snooker on the telly (though the reception was inexplicably...

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0.90mi
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Plough & Harrow

This is a small, one-room pub packed, on our visit, with blokes watching footy and knocking back the booze in no uncertain manner. Fresh betting slips are plentiful too, if you fancy a flutter. Speckled Hen on tap was the...

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