The Amersham Arms is a live music venue, with comedy nights and a large screen for sporting events.
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388 New Cross Road, Deptford, London, SE14 6TY
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+44 (0)20 8692 1211
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388 New Cross RoadDeptfordLondonSE14 6TY
- +44 (0)20 8692 1211
- Public transport:
- New Cross, Underground
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Not many doormen go as far as to rummage two fingers around in your pants (not why I gave four stars) but at least I felt quite sure that those who pass through the Amersham Arms doors are deemed "safe".
Looking like a standard pub on the outside, the inside is quite run-down. Dark and only partly decorated. But wait, it's supposed to look like that. This is a trendy boozer for the trendy...more
This pub was on the map of our Time Out Deptford art tour. We came here looking for art but the bartender said their not having a show until summer. The work would have been from the Goldsmiths collage students.
It was quiet Saturday afternoon and a much needed rest and drink was needed. Its a great big pub next to New cross station, the interior was lovely very old style looking and wooden...more
I dig this place. Nice refurbished pub, new painted outside and interior decor. Cool crowd - the young, hip residents of New Cross (see Goldsmiths students.) Plenty of indoor seating - just wish it had some patio tables for those rare sunny days outside...
Great 2-for-1ish drink special (Buy one drink for 5.95, get another for 1 GBP 5-10 M-Sat and ALL DAY Sunday), with a healthy selection of...more
This place was alright. Their free friday night dance party was always a good time, only unless you're completely knackered. I went there sober once and will never do that again. The food is pretty good, nothing special. The one good thing is that they sometimes get some good DJs and performances at this pub. It's usually full of students or middle-aged cheepers... go with a group of friends!more
Looking back at my student days, I'm not sure even why I got dragged here so often.
It's one for the people who 1. live in charity shop clothes from the 20s/30s/40s/50s/60s/70s/80s or 2. pay stupid amounts of money in 'vintage/moch vintage' shops to look thus.
Either way, its good for groups, big tables and no roaring music. Drinks are pricey and there's nothing special there.