Catford Bridge TavernStation Approach, Catford Bridge
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A mock Tudor former Courage pub that rises up next to the bridge it is named after. Bare wooden floor with tiling around the bar counter. Mixture of high and low seating and a pool table in the front room. 4 handpumps on the bar counter in the front room, with 3-4 varying real ales usually mainly from small independent breweries. The rear room has padded bench seating and some raised booths and has an open-to-view kitchen. This pub was saved from permanent closure in 2012 following a strenuous local campaign and was named 2013 CAMRA South East London branch Pub of the Year when run by Antic Group. The pub closed again on 24th November 2013 following a change of ownership. The upper floors of the building suffered serious fire damage on Sunday 1st March 2015 however it finally reopened on 30th March 2017 under new ownership. Quiz night Wednesday. Family arts some Saturdays.