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Small pub just across the road from Gipsy Hill Station. It's run by the Late Knights brewery, who also have similar establishments in Peckham and in Sydenham.

It's very small inside, and all the ground-floor seating is on high stools photo. However, there's also a basement level with armchairs photo and tables flanked by plastic bucket chairs photo, as well as half a dozen stools with tables on the pavement out the front.

bob visited on a Sunday afternoon in July 2016. Electric rock music was playing. There were a lot of beers on. Squawk Small Pale (£5.60/pint) was cold and hoppy, which was fine since it was a hot day. Late Knights Wheatus (£4.70/pint) was drinkable. Tap water was provided on request in a half-pint glass with ice.

They have free WiFi, with the network ID and password chalked on a board on the wall.

According to their website as of July 2016, food is served 5pm-10pm Mon-Fri and noon-10pm Sat-Sun. The menu photo as of the same month is about 50% burgers.

Accessibility: No steps to get in, and it's level to the toilets (including an accessible one), but all the seating on the ground floor is on high stools. It's also very small inside.

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Last visited by bob, July 2016. Opening hours taken from the Late Knights website, July 2016.

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