Once frequented by salty seamen from across the Seven Seas, the clientele is now more landlubber than longshipman.
The pub is perfect for a relaxing break from shopping
A good selection of ales and an extensive menu.
Drink in the atmosphere at Greenwich's favourite pub
Another great place to spend your time in over a drink.
Old-style pub values are successfully married to a distinctly contemporary attitude to food and drink.
Kings Arms has excellent beer including real ales, cosy atmosphere and tasty pub food.
The Lost Hour pub provides lively atmosphere with friendly staff and affordable drinks.
The Mitre is a charming old pub serving real ale and food.
Established in 1691, the Plume of Feathers has a lovely tiled exterior and outdoor seating to the front and rear.
The Prince Albert is the perfect place for food (hot and cold), beer and Sky sports.
Richard I is a traditional local pub and is the only Young's pub in the area.
This is the perfect place to huddle over a beer, for a long evening of putting the world to rights.
Relax at this traditional bar with a lounge for relaxing and formal eating, a marquee for informal eating and drinking, and a beautifully landscaped garden
Built on the site of the Old George Inn in 1837, this stunning late Regency building boasts splendid bay windows
The Yacht is a great place to relax and enjoy its friendly atmosphere.
The Rose & Crown - the pub next to Greenwich Theatre - had a major refurbishment and now calls itself Ye Olde Rose & Crown.