14 Pubs and Bars found in or around Abbey Wood

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Jolly Marshman

A family run pub with the appearance and air of a community club, there's nothing special here. The Hammers are the footy team of choice, racing dominates the TV and the local lore is summed up by a blackboard inscription:...

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Abbey Arms

Sometimes pubs are microcosms of their locations and, in this instance, the Abbey Arms nails this area: it's a cheap, basic boozer which does a job for locals. The massive rear beer garden (with play facilities) is where...

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Harrow Inn

It may have been a scary zero pinter, but it was at least a pub then. Now it's gone, and a new block of flats will, eventually, stand in its place.

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Plume of Feathers

Although from the outside it looks as though this place is falling down, once you're inside, it really isn't at all bad. Indeed, it has a more relaxed and welcoming feel than many other pubs in the neighbourhood. There's a...

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Barge Pole

More working men's club than pub, the Barge Pole is nowhere near as scary as the surroundings. There's nothing special about the booze, but the service is friendly enough and the clientele just gets on with the business of...

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Birchwood

Located just a brick's throw from a near-devastated edge-of-civilisation cityscape of decaying garages and houses draped with England flags, with the tang of Beckton sewage works evident on the bitter marshland wind, the...

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0.56mi
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Electric Orange

A battery of spirits, and Indian food, on offer signals something different here. The Electric Orange is a big, sparsely decorated (no budget or attempt at trendy decor?) place which attracts a younger and more diverse...

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Horse & Groom

Who would visit a pub as devoid of joy and life as this? On our visit, a graffito reading 'Prozac' scratched into the bar notwithstanding, the answer to this question was clear: no-one, which seems about right. Some evenings,...

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Volunteer

The Volunteer has a little more to offer than many Plumstead pubs. The atmosphere was pretty good on our visit, aided by some decent indie on the jukebox (Stone Roses, Manics). Blue china is something of interior theme,...

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0.88mi
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O'Dowds

Is it too harsh to liken Plumstead High Street to a Stations of the Cross for depressing drinking? A procession of beaten-up looking boozers unfolds as you walk east from the train station. Still, O'Dowds is not so bad. It is...

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Red Lion

This utterly dire pub has now ceased trading.

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