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Sat slap-bang in the middle of New Cross, with Goldsmiths university to the side of it and the high street in front, The Marquis of Granby is a local institution.
A no-nonsense Irish pub, the place can get noisy and busy of a Friday or...More
Genuine local pub off the beaten path (although close to the heart of London - Westminster).
Pub looks a bit scruffy and shabby - but that is part of the charm. Staff (from England, Belgium and beyond) are friendly and attentive.
The only saving grace of this charming but unsavory pub is its location in the bustling, but quickly gentrifying New Cross. It is inhabited almost exclusively by the intolerable art students of Goldsmiths and the local alcoholics. Drinks are more expensive than at far superior...More
A real pub... a little gem perched on the corner in south east Londons New Cross. Oddly and in a very nostalgic way this place transports me back to around 1997, the music and the general vibes of the place, just without the cigarette smoke....More
Pub is just over from Goldsmith so has a mix of students and locals. As Plymothians we needed somewhere to watch Argyle's 3rd round game against Liverpool. Nail biting stuff but the Greens held on and fully deserved their replay. Not packed but bustling and...More
A proper London Pub - It may not have been cleaned in a fair few centuries, but the crowd is great, it's always packed, and it's certainly no more than standard, price-wise for London. Often filled with students, you won't struggle to enjoy the vibe....More
Moved to the area 5 years ago and its busy ALL the time. Right beside the university and the Venue nightclub all sorts of crowd come here - old irish men, young students, weekend party peopke and football fans. With 4 tv screens there's never...More