Castle Tavern, Woolwich

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Located on a busy junction on the Woolwich waterfront, the Castle sits between the art deco splendours of the Gala bingo hall (formerly Granada Theatre, opened in 1937) and the New Wine Church (which used to be a cinema). Sandwiched between such architectural excellence, the Castle squats rather apologetically. It's a big, two-room place which was all but empty on our Saturday afternoon visit. The pub seems to be busier on weekday evenings, though, and has a late licence until 2am on Friday and Saturday. Inside, there is a pleasing mishmash of pub ephemera (stone pots, old signs, traffic cones) and a strictly average range of drink. If you're in Woolwich, you could do worse.
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16 Aug 2010
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Yes...you could do worse. But to be honest, you could do much better in simply avoiding Woolwich as a pub destination. Until the area as a whole improves (and there are a few green shoots of hope...)then head towards the ferry and try elsewhere.

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179 Powis Street, Woolwich, London, SE18 6JL
020 8854 0259
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