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The Duchess, Greenwich - pub details

Previously called: The Ship and Billet, Frog and Radiator

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Address: 1, Woolwich Rd, Greenwich, London, SE10 0RA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2350) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR stations Island Gardens (0.9 miles), Cutty Sark (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Maze Hill (0.4 miles), Westcombe Park (0.5 miles), Charlton (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 14 users)
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Rick's Bar, Greenwich (0.1 miles), Vanbrugh, Greenwich (0.2 miles), Royal Standard, Greenwich (0.2 miles), Crown, Greenwich (0.2 miles), Pelton Arms, Greenwich (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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a pub that has been in the doldrums for years as the frog and rad ,ship and billet now the duchess .a pub in its heyday was heaving but that was many years ago.we only go in there first thing sat morning 11.30 ish a quick half then gone would love to know what its like in the evening although i suspect i could guess .keep your money in your pocket and walk on to the pelton arms
gpca - 16 May 2013 20:07
Now called The Duchess. Went in there last week with some mates on a crawl. Looked clean enough - if a little souless - and has got a pool table, if you like that sort of thing.

Did the job well enough, but there are better pubs in the area (such as the Pelton).
Keef_Peacock - 22 Sep 2012 20:34
Now undergoing a transformation to something called the Duchess Bar.
Trinker - 4 Jul 2011 12:45
Another under-patronised old working-class Gin Palace in a road that's full of them (William IV, Angerstein, Antigallican, and more) No real beer. Customers seemed to be basically mildy pissed Scotsmen watching the footy.

On the other hand, when someone said something outrageously silly at the bar and I made a comment, I was included in the conversation pretty easily and three pints and couple of cigs later we were getting on like a house on fire. So my brief visit was quite sociable. And the barmaid looked very cuddly.


bob_brown - 3 Dec 2007 21:29
i have been using this pub since dave and jan took over in september 2005,they have worked really hard to turn this pub around, and have succeded, it has excellent friendly bar staff, a good cellar,friendly atmosphere,and is an all round family pub, the locals are a bit rough around the edges, but friendly and welcoming, ( me included !),there is entertainment every weekend, karaoke friday and sunday evenings with dave the rave ( you will love him what a voice !!!) and saturdays is usually a disco or live singer,special occasions such as st georges day, marathon day, and of course christmas are all celebrated usually with free food and entertainment laid on,in my opinion one of the best pubs in s.e.london, dont take my word for it , pop in and give it a try, well done dave and jan for giving us a proper london pub back.
big_jim2007 - 19 May 2007 11:20

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