The Trafalgar Tavern is a gastro pub, opened in June, 1837 since which time it has prided itself on accommodating large and small parties in a comfortable and superior manner. It was built on the sight of the eighteenth century Old George Tavern, designed by the architect Joseph Kay (1775 - 1847) whose 1830’s remodelling of central Greenwich and it’s market is a masterpiece of regency town planning.
Once a traditional gentlemen's dining club, The Trafalgar Tavern is now the last survivor of the grand riverbank establishments in Greenwich and Blackwall, which during the nineteenth century were the favoured places of resort for ''dining down the river’’, and justly famed for their celebrity whitebait dinners. The elegant balconies and large windows presented pleasure-seeking Londoners with an ever-changing panorama of the rich variety of shipping and craft on the River Thames.
The walls of the Trafalgar Tavern are densely hung with an unrivalled private art collection in which the rich history and topography of Greenwich and the glorious naval victories of the immortal Lord Nelson are vividly depicted, alongside the names of his fellow admirals who are commemorated in the Trafalgar’s splendid rooms.
Cribb's Parlour, located in the basement of the Trafalgar Tavern, is a new underground late night venue broadcasting all live sports on Sky and BT Sport. There are events running throughout the week from Open Mic Nights, Live Music, 2-for-1 on cocktails all day Tuesday and much more. Private hire is also available.
- Restaurant Bar , Pub , Event Space
- Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- Greenwich, Greenwich
- Happily Affordable ££
- No Door Charge
- Over 18
- No queues normally
Trafalgar Tavern, Park Row, Greenwich, SE10 9NW
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