Pubs in Greenwich
Some of the best traditional pubs in London can be found in Greenwich, known for their beer gardens and history. If you're looking for somewhere to go on a sunny day or a place to hire for a party in the summer then some of the best options can be found in Greenwich. Boasting locally brewed ales and specially picked seasonal menus with top chefs there are so many great options to choose from. From student pubs at very affordable prices to fine dining at the best gastro pubs the area has to offer there is an ideal spot for everyone. So have a look at our list of recommended pubs in Greenwich and see if one tickles your fancy.
Like to enjoy your after work drinks with a view? You’ll want to know all about The Cutty Sark pub; with a proud history spanning over 200 years and a stunning vantage point that looks over the river and the Canary Wharf skyline. Book yourself a river table (or head out onto their patio) and kick back with a couple of drinks or a plate of hearty comfort food at one of our favourite pubs in south east London.
This traditional Young's pub in Greenwich has been untouched by modern day influences and remains a quaint place to stop in for a drink. A friendly staff with a knowledge of the area and drinks they serve make this a hidden gem in a tourist filled area. With a passion for good beer, the pub maintains the highest standard and is renowned for it's traditional Young's real ales. Perfect for after work drinks or a family meal!
Looking to take the sites of Greenwich in? With a bevvie in hand to boot? A charming gastro pub in Greenwich with views of the river, The Sail Loft is a top place for a cold one in the city. Not only boasting nautical interiors, The Sail Loft will impress with their draught selection and riverside plot.
In need of a pub stocked with loads of charisma? There's a cracking boozer located just a few yards from the legendary Cutty Sark - and there's a pretty sweet outdoor terrace here, too. The Old Brewery is a quirky Young's boozer ideal for locals and visitors alike, where fresh British comfort food and heaps of locally-brewed craft beers are served inside the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College.