This Wetherspoon pub has been converted from the former Capitol cinema. The building is listed and described as “a rare survival of a complete 1920’s cinema”. The Capitol was built in 1929, on the former site of three houses in a row named Prospect Villas. The opening ceremony featured speeches Read more [...]
Our Ales & Gin At least 4 Real Ales on at any one time most sourced from Kent. 12 types of Gin & 8 types of tonic plus some more unsual mixers for the bold. 7 types of Baileys including vegan and Gluten free. Meantime Draft Helles/ Yakima, 4 types Read more [...]
Welcome A former coaching inn dating back to the 16th century, The Crown began life as a stop on the Roman road from London to Dover. Now, it’s a destination in its own right, with visitors keen to experience a friendly village local in London. The Crown is set right Read more [...]
The name of this pub recalls the barges which plied their trade on the Croydon Canal. Opened in 1809, the canal was replaced (in 1836) by the railway line, which was laid largely along the same course. The text reads: This locality was known as South Deptford when the roads Read more [...]
Brockley Brewery was founded in 2013 by seven partners, coming from a range of backgrounds, but with common ground: We all live in South East London, in or around Brockley We want to positively contribute to the local community We want to run our business “the right way” – we have Read more [...]
LAUGH TRAIN HOME IS KNOWN FOR HILARIOUS COMEDY NIGHTS, A FUN ATMOSPHERE AND A BIT OF THE UNEXPECTED… For over FOUR years, we have been bringing you the best UK and International comedians, including Joe Lycett, Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe, Reginald D. Hunter, Sara Pascoe and more. Now we are Read more [...]
Offer: £5 tickets (on the door or online, however, must get in touch to guarantee your space on the night)
We’re part of Hop Stuff Brewery – come to one of our Taprooms for local craft beers, banging sourdough pizza, and an array of sharing plates, wine, cocktails, sodas, snacks, and smiles. Forget white table clothes and polished cutlery – grab a beer, put your feet up and get comfy.