Naval gazers will find plenty to satisfy them in one of Greenwich's many maritime-themed pubs (sink one in the Trafalgar or Cutty Sark taverns). Landlubbers can head to the Greenwich Union, which specialises in German beers.
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It's as much about the music as it is the food and drink at this popular Covent Garden spot. Expect a packed line-up of live acts, DJ sets and the chance for warblers to get in on the act themselves at karaoke nights with a rock slant. Food wise, it's influenced by the diners and bars of the States. That means nachos, burgers, chicken wings, ribs, fajitas, hot dogs and desserts such as deep-fried vanilla cheesecake, or a chocolate brownie and vanilla ice cream sandwich. The drinks list goes big on cocktails, with beers such as Amstel, Heineken, Sol and Brooklyn Lager by the bottle.
Venue says: “Join us for our brand new ‘Roadhouse Originals’ night! We’ll be showcasing the latest and most exciting new live acts London has to offer!”