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.
Pubs in Peckham
Peckham is a popular spot for pub-goers with such a wide range of boozers to suit everyone's needs. 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. Take a look at our list of some of the most popular pubs in Peckham.
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.
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.
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. With function rooms that can fit up to 200 people, it is a great place to hold your next event.
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.