If you've ever tried to find a bar in Peckham Rye, you know that this name more than stands out. A hidden gem in the heart of the South, not only is The Four Quarters your fun-time pal in the arcades game department, there's American bites, quirky cocktails and a secret speakeasy bar in the basement.
Best Bars In Peckham
Urban, bustling and never short for options when it comes to a unique night out in the city, Peckham has seemingly stolen the hearts of Londoners and their drinking habits combined. From a myriad of rooftop bars and quaint pubs to unique boozers with gaming twists, check out our recommendations for some of the very best bars in Peckham.
A charming place to eat and drink in Peckham, No.67 is a name awash with foodie infamy. Heralded for their insistence on seasonal fare and churning out plates with gastronomy charm, this is a restaurant in the South that's delicious and chilled to boot.
Tucked away under the Peckham Rye railway arches, this bar and event space offers some of the best cocktails in the area. Alongside a great drinks menu, the venue also regularly hosts a revolving line-up of street food vendors.
A pub in Peckham with tradition on its side, not only is The Old Nun the perfect place to settle in for a couple of pints on many a given afternoon, they're a top location for a humble Sunday roast as their charming interiors and boozer stance.
Putting a completely different spin on Christmas, Batch is a Peckham Pop-up that brings monsters to life - via their crafted cocktails.
The Prince of Peckham is a community pub you need to visit, split across two floors and delivering tasty craft beers and cocktails, and Caribbean food from the delicious White Men Can't Jerk.
Peckham is ever the hustle and bustle no matter the time or day of the week, so why not drink and unwind a little? You've earned it. Join Clock House not only for classic pub dining and cool, interiors, look around hard enough and you're set to find their hidden cocktail and craft beer bar.
Near & Far in Peckham Levels has become a bit of South London favourite. Boasting panoramic views of the London skyline, they keep your attention inside with their kitsch, retro interiors. Meanwhile, you can enjoy cocktails and bar snacks created using locally-sourced ingredients.