27 Pubs and Bars found in or around Greenwich (Train Station, DLR)

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Richard I

As long as we've known it - and it's been a long time - Richard I has been a great pub. It's everything a good local should be. As you'd expect, it does excellent Young's beer, the service is polite, friendly and prompt and the...

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The Greenwich Union

Opening up next door to a fine pub like the Richard I can't have been easy, but the Greenwich Union pulled it off. It's a smart, spacious place that's modern and has a relaxed vibe. The bar offers a unique range of superb beer...

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Ashburnham Arms

Hidden just a few minutes away from the bustle of central Greenwich, the Ashburnham Arms is an excellent place to draw breath over a pint or two of top-quality ale. The pub is situated on a quiet street in a very pleasant part...

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Prince of Greenwich (ex-Prince Albert)

It's all change here at the Prince of Greenwich, previously a pretty standard locals' sort of boozer, this ornate pub has had a change of direction. The plusher furnishings have been replaced by simple, wooden furniture -...

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Ye Olde Rose & Crown

Friendly enough mixed gay pub that's handy for the cinema and theatre. It's worth a look though, as busy it is, it's never as heaving as some of Greenwich's more touristy pubs.

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St. Christopher's Inn

After an initial burst of enthusiasm, following a recent redecoration, this place has reverted somewhat to its studenty roots. Whilst it's not an unpleasant place to be by any means, it's looking a little ragged round the...

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the hill

Say hello to the hill, a new gastropub for Greenwich, wave goodbye to the Barley Mow, the average pub that preceded it. This establishment is, really, a restaurant. A small bar at the front offers Adnams bitter and the usual...

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The Greenwich Picture House bar

The Greenwich Picture house has, thankfully, reopened and with it, its bar. Not to be confused with the pub/bar that's also part of the building - last known as The Market, and still closed - this bar is actually part of the...

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Morden Arms

The Morden is an odd little pub. It's a rather handsome Victorian pub, set in quiet Victorian suburb and somehow, it seems, Victorian eccentricity has persisted, resulting in a pub with a distinctly offbeat personality. On the...

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Lord Hood

Despite its proximity to central Greenwich, the Lord Hood is firmly a locals' pub. Although a little scruffy around the edges, it has a genuineness lacking in many of the tourist-oriented places nearby. There's nothing unusual...

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