St. Christopher's Inn, Greenwich
After an initial burst of enthusiasm, following a recent redecoration, this place has reverted somewhat to its studenty roots. Whilst it's not an unpleasant place to be by any means, it's looking a little ragged round the edges, with more than one beer being off at our last visit and general air of grubbiness, not helped by the seemingly thousands of cheap booze offers plastering the walls. If you're drinking on a budget, this is probably the place to come in Greenwich, this St. Christopher's (there are several of them) outspoons Wetherspoon. With 12 shots for a tenner and house wine at £6.95 a bottle at certain times - discounted even more if you're staying here - the target market is obvious. We can't seen any reason why they wouldn't be satisfied with this place, it's just not for the fussy pub-goer.
31 May 2012
What a grim place. I know it is next to a rail station but deary me its so bleak. It is lifeless except for a few flies buzzing about and some dirty youth like tramps sitting barefoot on some tattered old furniture. That it --- its like the station waiting room. It also smells.
189 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8JA
020 8858 3591
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How to find the St. Christopher's Inn pub
It's right next to the railway station, on the left as you come out of it. From the DLR station exit, go to Greenwich High Road, turn left and walk along it for a short while and you'll see it just past the hotel.