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27 Pubs and Bars found in or around Plumstead

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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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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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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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Rose & Crown

This pub recently ceased trading.

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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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Lord Derby

Pubs next to suburban railway stations rarely delight, and the Lord Derby is no exception. Quite an attractive old-fashioned interior (wood panelling, comfortable upholstered seats) and cheap drink are plus points, but the...

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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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Prince Albert

An unremarkable venue for a drink on Plumstead Common, with average drink and standard décor. The Prince Albert doesn't distinguish itself in any way and the nearby Mill outshines it completely. It might be OK for a...

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Old Mill

The best pub on Plumstead Common, the Mill has excellent beer (between three and five real ales), friendly service and serves food at lunchtime. The pub has an unusual shell, having been converted from an 18th century mill, and...

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Woodman

The Woodman has reopened after a recent (and ongoing) refurbishment. Formerly a contender for Plumstead's worst pub (there's some strong competition), the Woodman has thankfully raised its game. The exterior has been repainted...

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Who'd a thought it

An original pub name, to be sure, but the place itself is pretty nondescript in its beer, décor and so on. The locals seem to like it, but we recommend drinking elsewhere on Plumstead Common.

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Ship

There's an old lyric about pubs round here: 'The Five Idlers of Plumstead Common - The Star which doesn't shine in the sky, The Woodman who doesn't cut down trees, The Ship that cannot sail the seas, The Mill which doesn't...

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Star Inn

The Star is a pleasantly old-fashioned boozer: a 1930ish two-room place ('saloon' and 'public bar' on the doors) which draws a good mix of locals. London Pride, Olde English cider and Courage Best are featured on tap, and the...

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Lord Raglan

Situated on a busy residential road between central Woolwich and Plumstead, the Lord Raglan is a pub most people glimpse from a passing bus. Is it worth stopping in? Not really. It's a basic locals' pub which does a job in the...

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Princess Alice

Named after a Victorian <a href="http://www.yellins.co.uk/woolwichferry/thames/PrincessAlice.htm" target="_blank">shipping disaster</a> that took place nearby, this is a big new pub catering for...

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Prince of Wales

A very average locals' boozer with commonplace beer and nothing remarkable inside or out. There's a small terrace overlooking Plumstead Common, if that appeals, but you're probably better off at other pubs nearby.

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