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Address: 300 Creek Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9SW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10154) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR stations Cutty Sark (0.1 miles), Greenwich (0.3 miles), Island Gardens (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Greenwich (0.3 miles), Maze Hill (0.6 miles), Deptford (0.7 miles)

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This is a 100pc traditional old pub. I have been here plenty of times over the years as it is next door to Up The Creek. Only about a 5 minute walk from the town centre.

A lot of pubs like this have closed in the area. Go and check it out. Just don't expect Sushi with your crisps..
bigaerials - 24 Feb 2013 18:15
Still having good jazz sessions.
I am glad that the developers were not able to pull this pub down, a few years ago.
jbsjazzer - 9 Dec 2011 14:58
A welcoming traditional family run local and regulars pub, which it seems is a dying art in the area, with many soulless pub takeovers over recent years - featuring live Folk music on Tuesday evening, with free buffet. Live Jazz Wednesday nights with fantastic homecooked curry available. Jazz afternoons on Thursdays and Fridays with bargain priced wholesome pub grub on offer. Friday night - Jackie's disco from 9pm onwards. Last Saturday in month - brilliant Elvis impersonator. Sunday afternoons from 3pm - Sinatra swing singalong featuring MC Dave and the pub crooners, with amazing free buffet. A selection of real ales - Courage cask and Bombardier, with a good selection of lagers and cider. The recent new carpet has tidied the internal decor up. Good jukebox, pool table, darts, quiz machine, fruit machine and island bar. Smoking area outside. Recommended for those in search of something more traditional than can be found elsewhere in the locale.




DangerousChris - 11 Dec 2009 09:02
Next time you come to the Hood, bring sunglasses -there's a new carpet. Also the Wednesday modern jazz sessions have restarted with the addition of wonderful homecooked curry (3 and 4.50). Otherwise it is still the best community pub in the area, with a choice of real ales -Courage Best and Bombadier.
georgebridges - 16 Nov 2009 18:28
Despite the fact that at first sight this place looks like the OAP's luncheon club it has a great vibe on a Thursday (or Friday) lunchtime IF you like Jazz. Today we were treated to the usual suspects (Brunch Bunch) plus a guest, Cuff Billet on Trumpet, who was excellent, and the place was packed. Food as cheap and as good as before and a nice man called Mark (from Ealing apparently) paid for my Courage Best as it was his birthday (thanks Mark !) If you like live music try it- if you can't make weekdays there is a Jazz all dayer on Saturday 21st November.
GreenwichGraham - 1 Oct 2009 16:32

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