49 Pubs and Bars found in or around Hither Green (Train Station)

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The Dacre Arms

The Dacre Arms comes close to defining the classic neighbourhood local. It's a small, snug place with lots of pictures and ephemera around the walls. Unusually for such a small pub, there are regular guest beers on tap (usually...

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0.67mi
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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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0.69mi
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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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0.88mi
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Station Hotel

A reasonable local with pleasant staff which is convenient for Hither Green station and isn't a nasty "station pub". There are plenty of worse places to drink in the Lewisham area. John Barras brewery (the high...

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0.08mi
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Woodman

A fairly basic but friendly locals' pub on Lee High Road with an Irish landlord and slant to the whole shebang. It's decent enough for a pint or so if you're nearby, or tackling the legendary Lee High Road crawl of an afternoon.

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0.51mi
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The Fox & Firkin

Is anyone really mourning the demise of Firkin pubs? A visit to one of the remaining pubs, the Fox and Firkin on Lewisham High Street, should dissuade anyone from donning their rose-tinted spectacles. Basically: big, roomy pub,...

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0.60mi
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Old Tiger's Head

Looking spick and span from the outside - particularly compared to the boarded up New Tiger's Head across the road - the Old Tiger's Head serves the need of a good few of the local residents. The staples of many a South London...

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0.61mi
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Duke of Edinburgh

A small locals' pub with an Irish landlord who hosts regular music nights, is unremarkable in itself but is decent enough for a drink or two. One more for the seasoned pub-goer rather than bar émigrés, however.

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0.64mi
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New Tiger's Head

All boarded up and forlorn, the New Tiger's Head is well and truly shut. If it comes back from the dead, we'll let you know.

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0.65mi
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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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0.68mi
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