Ferry House, Greenwich
The ferry to Greenwich has gone but the Ferry House still stands. It may appear a rather rough hewn locals' pub from the outside, but it still offers a touch more colour and atmosphere than the modern bars around Canary Wharf. Here you sense 'redesigning the bar' means getting in a few new CDs for the jukebox. Apart from a new TV, the pub appears unchanged from the days when cargo ships were offloading at Millwall dock. It also sports a pub rarity - an old 'London Fives' dart board. A genial barman is on hand to pull the pints and banter with the regulars.
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26 Ferry Street, Docklands, London, E14 3DT
020 7537 9587
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How to find the Ferry House pub
Exit the tube, turn right and cross the road. Take the first turning down Ferry Street and then turn right as Ferry Street continues. You'll see the pub ahead of you.