The Half Moon is a traditional Victorian pub with two bars and a separate live music room.
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The Half Moon
10 Half Moon LaneHerne HillLondonSE24 9HU
- +44 (0)20 7274 2733
- Public transport:
- Herne Hill, National Railway
The lower-end destination for Herne Hill - it can be a bit aggro in here, but that's mostly to do with the clientele and the surly bar staff. It's actually not a bad pub at all, just not my favourite with some decent alternatives a stone's throw away.
They do have a huge screen for the sports though. Just be sure to wear your England football shirt, regardless of the occasion. If you've got...more
Gorgeous, fabulous ales, huge and imposing.... And it turns up in From Hell (the comic book).
Great selection, and I think pretty awesome staff. NG must've come on a grumpy day.
Full of live music (cheap or free), solid food, and well-kept (and well-poured!) ales.more
I recently enjoyed a moderately priced and very tasty glass of red in this quaint local pub, chatting with friends while they sampled some of their delectable homemade pizzas. It was all very pleasant - EVEN THOUGH FOOTBALL WAS PLAYING ON THE TV IN THE OTHER ROOM.
This is the mark of a good pub in my book. Let the sports fans get on with their cheering, jeering and general sports loving...more
I dont think there is anything that you could point out definatively and say its poor, so in theory, the pub must be a good one. Right? hmmm not so sure. There seems to be a look to the pub that you would have imagined hasnt changed in decades, and to be honest, if you come back in 20 years time, i think it would still be the same.
The best part of the pub is the outside area. It feels like...more
I've been here maybe five times, but this is going back to 1979 (I think) so that's an average of once every six years. The feel of the place hasn't really changed in all that time.
As of my last visit a few months ago they have free wi-fi, a couple of real ales (I can't remember exactly what, but Adnams Bitter is what pops up in my head), and a TV tuned into Sky Sports (but thankfully with...more