The perfect pub following a romp across Peckham Rye Park, The Clock House comes at you not only with the ultimate, classic pub dining with glinting interiors, they even boast a hidden cocktail bar and craft beer space that goes by the name of Blake's.
Pubs in Peckham
Peckham isn't just growing all the time with quirky cocktail spots and local restaurants, it's got great pubs hidden around every corner. Whether you want a nice meal out with your family at some of the top gastro pubs or just a few drinks at a very traditional venue you can find one in Peckham. From international wines to locally brewed beers and delicious Sunday roasts these pubs have it all.
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Situated in the heart of Peckham, this south London boozer is a hotspot for all things beer. From real ales to craft beers, you won't go thirsty; especially when there's a pub quiz, live jazz events and DJs to look forward to through the week.
This family friendly pub is a renowned gastro pub in the area. The Old Nun's Head is set in a large, historic building right near Peckham Rye Station. The wood paneling, fire place and cosy atmosphere make it a popular location for a family meal, a Sunday roast or even a private party. Their claim? To be the Ryan Gosling of pubs of course.
Of course, by 'Pubs in Peckham', we mean Pubs in Peckham and Dulwich. Sure, it's a little out of the way, but WGT is absolutely worth venturing further afield for. There's a vast selection of excellent beer, fantastic pub grub that caters for the carnivores and the vegans, a vinyl-only music policy and, to top it all off, one of the best beer gardens in the whole of south-east London.
Just a short walk from Peckham Rye station, this quirky pub offers tasty seafood dishes, a fantastic selection of beers, wines and spirits, and even a secret cinema room which offers a variety of screenings from cult classics to forgotten gems.