After a tumultuous gestation which has seen a number of setbacks, a new Greenwich pub looks finally ready to open on 13th April.
With outside drinking and eating the only way pubs can open back up, Enderby House is lucky to have an outside seating area overlooking the Thames.
It’s a Young’s pub, which isn’t the most exciting as they seem to own half the pubs in Greenwich. Still, it’s a lovely spot for a drink and food and a welcome addition.
Enderby House is a Grade II listed building that was in a sorry state. This image was taken from the Thames path around five-six years ago. Residents fought hard to keep the building:
Construction and refurbishment encountered trouble including dry rot, and then covid hit.
Young’s also operate the Cutty Sark pub not too far along the Thames path, alongside the Richard I (former Tolly), the Old Brewery (former Meantime pub and brewery) and the Coach and Horses in the market. This is their fifth pub in the town.
They’ll have no shortage of custom. The final block of River Gardens is approaching completion nearby bringing hundreds more residents, and then the giant Morden Wharf and phase 2 of Enderby Wharf are planned, with over 1,750+ homes.