Where to grab a drink in the sun: Peckham beer gardens, patios and terraces
There really isn’t anything much better than enjoying a drink in the sun on a hot day and we want you to make the most of it - so we have pulled together a definitive list of places around Peckham that have sunny beer gardens, patios or terraces to hang out in. So, things to do in Peckham when it’s sunny…grab a cocktail!
Two Hundred Rye Lane
You might not know, but the cute cocktail bar Two Hundred Rye Lane slap bang in the middle of Peckham’s Rye Lane has a gorgeous garden where you can enjoy coffee, cocktails and food! They serve brunch 7 days a week - as well as a bottomless brunch (£25). This Peckham bar makes some of the best cocktails around, let’s just say salted coconut espresso martini… and Mon-Thurs 5-8pm you can try them for £5 during Happy Hour. Oh and as an extra bonus on Sunday’s after 4pm all food is 50% off.
Dog friendly bar
200 Rye Ln, SE15 4NF
The Rye Pub
One of our favourite pubs in Peckham for a Sunday Roast (they have great veggie options too) has a huge beer garden out the back which has the sun all day long. The Rye Pub has a beautiful conservatory-style dining area which leads on to the large garden which has a table tennis table, lots of benches and in the summer they usually have a BBQ on the go. This pub is obviously super dog friendly - so you can bring your doggy pal along with you for a pint (they usually have doggy treats at the bar). Their Sunday roasts are hugely popular choose from roast sirloin of beef (£17), Roast pork belly, Bramley apple sauce (£15), Vegetarian wellington, veggie gravy (£14).
Dog friendly pub
31 Peckham Rye, London, SE15 3NX
Social - Copeland bar
Nestled behind the Bussey Building in Copeland Park you will find the Social bar - the bar occupies the same space that The Nines Bar once did. Social has a huge seating area inside and outside meaning you can catch a few rays on the large patio area whilst sipping on a cocktail or enjoying a snack from their bar and grill style café. As well as the bar area downstairs you will also find a lounge area concealed away from the main bar on a mezzanine above. Take advantage of their 2-4-1 on all cocktails during Happy Hour on Wednesdays & Thursdays (6pm-7pm).
Dog friendly bar
Unit 9A&B, Copeland Park, 133 Copeland Rd, Peckham SE15 3SN
Brick Brewery, a local microbrewery tucked under Peckham Rye railway arches has a large outdoor Taproom where you can ample the beers straight from the source. Try, Peckham IPA, Peckham Rye, Kinsale best bitter, Peckham Pils, Peckham Pale and Blenheim Black. If you get peckish you can munch on a burger from their permanent food resident Slow Richie's run by two Peckham locals serving up BBQ meat, burgers (veggies options available) and hot sauces made from the Brick Brewery Beer.
Blenheim Grove, London SE15 4QL
Cafe G, an Artisan kitchen and coffee house next to Peckham Rye park has a lovely outdoor patio area that is a little sun trap. You can sample their small batch locally roasted coffee (they know how to make a good coffee) or grab yourself a locally brewed beer as this Peckham cafe serves boozy beverages as well as coffees. They have an all day menu of brioche baps (£5/£6), Hollandaise Eggs (£9.95), Edamame and Pea Salad with goats cheese (£8.95) and other cafe style dishes.
Dogs welcome in the patio area only.
184 Peckham Rye, London SE22 9QA