East Dulwich Tavern (London) Reviews
Description:1 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8EW. Tel +44(0)20 8693 1316.
Newest Review: ... week. here you can see comedy, often new comedians, or established ones trying out new material, plays, dance night etc. Best of all for celeb spotting is the Thursday night celebrity pub quiz. The EDT is actually owned or at least part-owned by Stephen Frost, one of those you'd know him if you saw him type celebs. Think he's done various bits of acting and used to pop up on ... more
Customer East Dulwich Tavern (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/02/01, updated on 10/03/01 (Very useful, 2343 readings)
If you are a sad minor celbrity spotter like me, hanging about venues in the hope of bumping into ex-Blue Peter presenters or former cast members of Grange Hill, then you could do worse than visit the East Dulwich Tavern, or EDT as it is known. Situated on the corner of Lordship Lane and East Dulwich Road in SE22 (page 95 in your trusty A-Z) the EDT is a large purple building. As with most of the bars along this increasingly hip street in London (is it trying to be the next Upper St?), it was tastefully refurbished a couple of years ago. Downstairs is the main bar, generally fairly busy with a majority 20 - 30 somehting age group. The atmosphere is ... Read the complete review
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