A well-established Greenwich watering hole, perched on a street corner near St Alfege’s Church, The Mitre was built over 300 years ago and originally traded as café.  Suffering some damage during WW2 and having since been lovingly restored, the building is now a UNESCO heritage site with listed status.

A dog-friendly pub with traditional bar area and wood-panelled interior, The Mitre’s best kept secret is its two inviting beer gardens - hard to resist on a sunny day, they offer a spot of urban tranquillity in which to take time out and enjoy a glass of something special.

Exuding a warm hospitality that reflects the vibrant, friendly spirit of its Greenwich neighbourhood, The Mitre has the authenticity of a true British local at its heart.