42 Pubs and Bars found in or around Sydenham

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Pawleyne Arms

Another no-frills Penge boozer with the usual beers on tap and a bunch of locals glued to a telly in the corner. Not great then, but there are worse in the neighbourhood.

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The Bricklayer's Arms

Owned by Youngs, this is an unpretentious fairly local pub that does everything a pub is supposed to. A Victorian pub rebuilt in the '20s, it was damaged six times by falling bombs during WWII. Its spacious interior offers...

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Goldsmith's Arms

A reasonably smart, spacious place that's OK for a quick drink. There are two pool tables if you want a game, and a few TVs for sports fans.

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Royal Oak

Apparently under new management - we'll have to get back to it and check it out.

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Golden Lion

Once upon a time, the Lion was the only real-ale free-house for miles around. It was, in those days, run like a country pub; all the regulars' pewter pots hanging from the bar, and their heads firmly wedged up their own...

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Moon & Stars

We've had our eye on this particular Wetherspoons of late, and are pleased to report that on two separate visits it has bucked the general downward trend of the franchise in recent years (a trend which is well-documented...

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Paxton Arms

In the summer of 1944, a German V1 bomb put the Paxton Arms out of business. It was, however, eventually rebuilt and the pub reopened in 1955. Inside, the pub still has the layout of something from the 1950s, with the central...

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Anerley Arms

One of the better pubs in a poor area for drinking. The Anerley Arms has a cosy wood and carpeted interior and is usually a quiet place. It's a handy place to meet up at Anerley station. Conan Doyle fans may wish to visit as...

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The Thicket Tavern

Housed in a large and imposing building, the Thicket Tavern is a fairly unremarkable place. There are some seats outside but they're too close to the main road to be enticing. The pub has regular band nights which may be worth...

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Dulwich Wood House

Housed in a building designed by Joseph Paxton, architect of the Crystal Palace, this is an attractive pub worthy of a visit. Inside, you will find a relaxed atmosphere accompanied by the usual Young's ales behind the bar. The...

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The Bell

Despite the name, Bell Green isn't a pastoral idyll in SE26; in fact its major landmarks (huge Gas holders and a giant Sainsbury's) tell a common tale of post-industrial Britain. Given those changes, it's perhaps a surprise to...

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Grape and Grain (ex Jack Beards at the Palace)

Where to start with the Grape & Grain? Formerly a succession of mediocre pubs, followed by the truly terrible Jack Beards at the Palace, the renamed and refurbished Grape and Grain opened in April of 2009 with the idea...

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Dartmouth Arms

Once a struggling Courage pub, this one's been taken firmly down the gastro road and has benefited for it - it's now wallpapered and gastro-green and when we were in last, the food smelled fantastic. Perhaps surprisingly, it...

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Question

A useful addition to the drinking options available in Forest Hill, Question is firmly in the bar camp but it's not the sort of sterile style joint that makes you feel unwelcome - completely the opposite in fact. This one does...

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Westow House

This was one of the first pubs in the area to be reshaped into a bar, so it's not really that much of a surprise that when it changed from Bluebottle to Westow House the bar stylings and attitude were retained. It's a hanger of...

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