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The Greenwich Inn, Greenwich [Closed] - pub details


Greenwich Inn
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Address: 17 Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8JL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20476) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station New Cross (0.6 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Deptford Bridge (0.2 miles), Greenwich (0.3 miles), Elverson Road (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Greenwich (0.2 miles), Deptford (0.4 miles), St Johns (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.4/10 (rated by 12 users)
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user reviews of the Greenwich Inn, Greenwich

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Go to the top 10 pubs by county, click on London, this pubs rated number 4.
Its apparently been closed since 2008! Ridiculous.
Picasso09 - 14 Jan 2012 12:08
Sadly "The Inn" has now closed. It was a nice friendly pub with the sinister (not really) cat and latterly a neurotic dog. Now it will probably have it's innards and soul ripped out and turned into a chrome and wood crap gastro pub. I'd just moved away before it closed and on a visit back saw a sign saying it was shut and anyone interested could mail to something like innfriends at yahoo.
Catman74 - 25 Jun 2008 15:23
Pub closed doors for final time 24th April 2008. Thank you to all our friends and customers. Good-bye, God bless & Farewell
webbe1g - 24 Apr 2008 13:57
Beer in the evening is a great site and has honest reviews. The Greenwich Inn is a friendly pub and most Sunday evenings does have live music (a kinda open mic session but really aimed at established musicians). Sometimes no musician guests turn up sometimes half a dozen or more. Some very well known people have turned up and joined in. As well as the usual lagers The Inn serves Super Chilled Coors this is the coldest beer available in the World (The Inn was featured on tomorrows World when the beer was launched as it is chilled at sub zero the beer is unique) and is only available at a limited number of outlets, London Pride is on tap. Not much happens on week-day afternoons and customers who visit in the period between lunchtime and the evening could well be underwhelmed.
I have taken note of the previous reviews and in reply: the wine selection already has been improved (as promised) Sunday night music sessions are now amplified, I will try to ensure that; food is available evenings, the one eyed cat continues to prowl but is generally asleep. I will not respond to the review directly underneath this as it was written by a disgruntled customer who was told he was not welcome in the pub so he joined this site only to write malicious review. To all nice beer in the eveningers I hope to see you in The Inn soon.

webbe1g - 31 Dec 2007 11:40
Been living a couple of years in Greenwich and visited the vast majority of pubs in the area but had not heard of this one until it was recommended in one of the free London evening newspapers early this week. Stopped by for a drink & wasn't very impressed. Has a real 'locals' feel and the choice of draught lagers was the kind you get in a social club - Carling, Coors, Grolsch. Didn't feel particularly welcome, won't be going back.
lucky23 - 14 Jun 2007 09:43

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