30 Pubs and Bars found in or around Dulwich Picture Gallery London

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The Rosendale

The Rosendale in West Dulwich has been reborn. Once a Victorian coaching inn, the pub boasts a spacious bar, large dining area as well as two private rooms. Outside is similarly enchanting with three separate gardens. The...

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The Half Moon

This is a bit of a black pearl in an area which has few decent, untouched, pubs. It has the decayed Edwardian décor - dark wood, plush seating and some beautiful glasswork - and the slightly decayed grandeur so many of...

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Prince Regent

The Prince Regent has recently undergone something of a transformation and is now (hurrah!) a jolly nice place to have a drink in what could be thought of as a less than salubrious area. While verging on middle-class gastropub...

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0.99mi
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The Commercial

What was a rather standard and depressing South London railway pub has been given a full Mitchells & Butlers 'M&B' relaunch. The soft furnishings and wide range of continental beers of the M & B pubs have become...

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Crystal Palace Tavern

Not too long ago Lordship Lane was home to a range of pubs - some upmarket, some scuzzy and some in between. That's no longer the case and the relentless gastrofication of those pubs means finding somewhere in the area for a...

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The Railway

It's usually a fair rule of thumb that any pub next to a suburban train station - especially one named The Railway - is a place to avoid. Not here though. Indeed this one's by far your best bet for a drink in the area. It's...

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Escape

At last somewhere for the Herne Hill smart set. Rather than trying to compete with the solid boozers nearby, this is not just a bar, but a bar and art gallery. Or if you prefer, a continental style bar with some pictures on the...

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The Palmerston

This used to be the best pub on this stretch, perfectly balancing off the New Hamlet Inn and the Foresters with the more upmarket EDT and Franklin's. Though what with its wood panelling we had it earmarked (sadly) for a...

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Alleyn's Head

Where are all the pubs in Dulwich? Perhaps the smaller boozers closed down and passed their customers onto gargantuan places like this. The Alleyn's Head has all the class and character of a Midlands Harvester with conference...

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Franklins

More of a bar restaurant than a pub, though the presence of a few lagers on tap caused us to stop in. Whilst we expected a a hostelry designed for the upwardly mobile residents of the area, we didn't expect some of the worst...

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