Bars In Greenwich

If you're looking for a weekend haven away from the flurry of Central London then hitting a bar in Greenwich could be just the ticket to freedom. Despite Greenwich's massive historical influence in London, the bars are still something of an untapped source by many. However the area have some great cocktail bars, bars with tremendous views and of course prime places to party. So if you are venturing into the unknown then let this recommended list of Greenwich bars help you pick you're destination for drinking in South London. 

Last updated on 17th May 2022

Slug and Lettuce O2

1369 user reviews 3

Located inside London's famous O2, the Slug & Lettuce is a trusty bar and restaurant there for pre-cinema bites and post-show drinks alike. Fresh from a recent facelift, this is an inviting space featuring cosy dining booths, elegant mirrors, raw brickwork and cool vibes. Pull up a stool at the bar and work your way through the classic cocktails and international beers on show at the Slug.

The Lost Hour, Greenwich

21 user reviews 4

Found in the heart of maritime Greenwich, The Lost Hour is a casual bar offering up pool, live sports screening and a 50 wing eating challenge. Head here with your mates for a chilled out afternoon or evening of sinking pints, all while enjoying everything else on offer.

The Old Brewery

1361 user reviews 4

Great pubs in Greenwich aren't hard to come by, but we've always had a soft spot for The Old Brewery in particular. It's found within a few strides of the legendary Cutty Sark and boasts an equally lovely indoor space, where a top choice of London-brewed craft beers and distilled spirits are paired with seasonal British comfort food.

Richard The First

778 user reviews 4

Beautifully decorated with vintage photographs, colourful furniture and an outdoor patio that could rival any in London, the Richard I pub in Greenwich is an easy-going bar that's become a favourite den for locals and tourists alike. Offering a bar full of real ales and craft beers, the chefs have worked tirelessly to compose a menu bursting with tradition and all the homely feelings we associate with British comfort food. 

The Cutty Sark

2068 user reviews 4

A historic pub known for its amazing views of the river and Canary Wharf skyline, The Cutty Sark is beautiful down to every last detail. With over two-hundred years of stories to tell, there's a cosy and inviting ambience to this place matched by the sweeping views, cracking pub grub and extensive range of boozy tipples.

Davy's Wine Vaults

613 user reviews 5

A traditional style wine bar giving off that charmingly old-fashioned feel, Davy's Wine Vaults takes you back to the times of yesteryear as you sample the impressive assortment of over 100 vinos of young and old. As well as serving up deliciously fresh food dishes and wonderful wine, the notoriously hospitable staff at Davy's are also clued up on the lengthy wine lists, so should you have any questions you'll be in very safe hands.