32 Pubs and Bars found in or around New Cross (London Underground, Train Station)

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The Walpole

More multicultural than some in the area, the Walpole Arms is one of those pubbarcafé places, offering Thai food as well as decent beer, wine and particularly champagne. A wall of stunning Victorian tiling and the...

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Marquis of Granby

The Marquis of Granby is a decent Irish boozer which was busy on our visit at 7pm on a Tuesday evening. The bar staff and regulars seemed a friendly bunch and a lively game of pool was in progress. Unlike many Irish pubs they...

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Amersham Arms

With Goldsmiths College nearby it's not surprising that some pubs in the area aim to attract a younger crowd. The Amersham Arms is such a place, with an interior that would best be described as shabby chic. It's a very decent...

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Rosemary Branch

Nowadays, it's called the Black Flag and the builders are in, although it is still open. We'll be back to review it when the dust settles.

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New Cross Inn

This pub is a live music venue. As such, it's a grungy affair and better set up for the enjoyment of a band on the stage area rather than a quiet pint or two. There are better pubs in the area to visit unless you're attending...

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Goldsmiths

Being refurbished, we're not sure when it's going to reopen.

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The Lord Palmerston

The Lord Palmerston is a locals' boozer of the old school. There's a pretty ordinary selection of beers and lager on tap, pub grub and a pool table. With Sky Sport on TV, there's not a lot more to say about this pub, it's...

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The Lord Clyde

Home to (Eugene) Maloney's Fight Factory, a Millwall fan's pub and together with its Celtic connections, this place has got the most important local pre-occupations covered. It's a friendly enough place, although the booze...

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Hobgoblin

The Hobgoblin does things on a big scale. There's a sizeable beer garden at the back for summer weather and smokers, which draws locals and students for sunshine and jugs of lager. There's an extensive range of real ales on the...

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Royal Albert

The Albert is currently the best pub in New Cross and is well attuned to the upmarket drift of the area in recent years. Inside, you'll find the assortment of odd furniture, Belgian beer, taxidermy and mood music (keynotes of...

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