Joiners Arms35 Denmark Hill
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The pub first opened in the 1800s and at that time was frequented by joiners. Since the 1920s it has been an Irish pub. The pub is split into two bars, a smaller front bar area from a larger more modern room at the back which has a small stage for live music. The pub boasts an impressive range of spirits and an eye-catching tiled mural on the front bar wall being a panel bearing the arms of the Joiners’ & Ceilers’ Company, one of some 100 City livery companies. Its motto is "Join Truth With Trust". The kitchen is located behind the front bar in what was originally the glazed-in Publican's office. Quiz night Wednesday. Local resident Florence Welch's favourite pub (ES Magazine 13.07.18) and she has been known to gig here too.