Railway Tavern45 East Street
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The pub re-opened as a new Antic outlet in August 2014. Since reopening, the range of real ales has gradually been extended with up to seven real ales now available, including many local and regional selections. Real ale is priced at £3/pint on Tuesdays (as at November 2018).
The pub has also opened a kitchen, with the menu concentrated on traditional British pub fare, including Sunday roasts.
In late 2017 the pub began a Friday coffee morning, starting at 9am with funds raised donated to the MacMillan charity.
The pub was originally built in the Victorian era for the Nalder & Collyer Brewery of Croydon in conjunction with the coming of the railway to Bromley North. The green and ochre tiling completely covers the two external facades of this essentially triangular footprint building. Usual Antic eclectic range of shabby chic furniture.