The Montpelier is a stumble from Peckham Rye meaning it’s the ideal pub for a swift one after coming back from work, or a swift one before getting on the train. There’s a decent outside space if it’s that kind of day, or plenty of booths and comfy seats inside. At the back there’s also a cinema room for independent, arthouse numbers, though you could get a 60 minute feature of a Goldsmiths student plucking their nose hair to the sound of someone gargling mouthwash as well.
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