13 Pubs and Bars found in or around Shooter's Hill

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Bull

The Bull is a refreshingly old-fashioned pub which does the basics well. It's an old turn of the century Courage pub with a two-room bar, fires and hunting prints on the walls. Being located on busy Shooters Hill Road doesn't...

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Red Lion

Housed in a handsome Victorian edifice, the Red Lion is something of a local landmark. It's a pretty good pub too: helpful service, decent beer and a large beer garden for the summer. Decent cheap toasties filled a hole, and...

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Eagle

An unremarkable locals' pub just off Shooters Hill Road, the Eagle is a sparse, rather careworn pub. London Pride is the standout beer among the usual suspects at the bar, and the furnishings are typical of a thousand suburban...

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Lord Herbert

Under new management - we need to get back to it and give it a new review. (new photo to come)

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We Anchor in Hope

This pub's unusual name is not nautical, as you might think: it refers to the historic practice of carriage drivers using anchors to negotiate the steep Shooters Hill in slippery conditions. It's a big, big pub with a beer...

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Fox & Hounds

Located on a busy junction between Plumstead and Woolwich, the Fox & Hounds is a pretty nondescript pub. Beer? Average. Decor? Average. Still, it's a fairly comfortable place for a pint, though you might feel a bit of an...

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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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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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The Commons

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by columbo on 05/04/2010</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_2.png' alt='last rating: 2 pints' title='last rating: 2...

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Lord Clyde

Located in a steep, small valley between Plumstead and Woolwich Common, the Lord Clyde is a place for local residents who aren't fussed (or can't be bothered) about walking up the hill to better pubs in Plumstead. It's quite...

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