Not the easiest place to find in deepest darkest Peckham. Found beneath the arches of Peckham Rye Station, do not fear the gentle rumbling sound you hear, it’s not the world coming to an end, it’s your ride home. Round the back is the Sassoon Gallery: art space, music joint, whatever-you-need-to-express-yourself venue, so you can guess the clientele.
The vibe is cool and casual, and it’s all about the cocktails on the chalk board behind the bar because their tap selection is limited. Prices are between five and six quid and there is also a happy hour between 6 and 7… sorted! Don’t miss the pizza slices made in the open plan kitchen, pick any wild combination and they’ll make it up for you.
The DJ plays hip hop/laid back beats/nothing wild, and if you head outside you’ll find the smokers in the winter huddling around fire drums. It’s a sure visit if you’re in the area and even if you’re not, BarChick recommends it for when you’re venturing outta ya endz.