New Cross Inn
New Cross, London
323 New Cross Road, London SE14 6AS
- New Cross Station (0.6 km)
- New Cross Gate Railway Station (<0.1 km)
- New Cross Gate Station (0.5 km)
- Contact us:
020 8692 1866
270 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 2UQ
“We are handily located in the boutique end of Upper St near Highbury Tube station. The area is a perfect fit for us with lots of independent shops full of character such as Montes Deli, Sefton & the Wine Sampler. There is a real community spirit here...” more...
7 reviews of New Cross Inn in English
New Cross Inn is the only place that breathes with live music in SE London. They have fantastic open mic session on Tuesdays. Lots of professional musicians go there and jam together. It is a very popular night and usually turns into a big party. Love seeing all those lovely people jamming and dancing together. You'll find many exciting new talent or pretty well known bands playing there the rest of the week. The entry is quite often free or a small charge. Even for bigger bands tickets are usually cheaper than in other venues. People who turn up there usually have sth to do with music and they seem to know the bar staff really well. The atmosphere's really friendly. There is a pool table, jukebox and flat screen tv to watch football before bands get on the stage. If NCI was in Camden it would be one of the most popular live music venues. I definitely recommend it!
One of New Cross’ more prominent venues for seeing live music.
Located bang in the middle of New Cross, the Inn sits in the imposing shadow of neighbouring club The Venue. Luckily the two places are in every other way worlds apart.
The New Cross Inn attracts a young often studenty crowd through it’s doors. The music is varied and as with all places sometimes hit or miss but ultimately it’s heart is in the right place.
If you’re up for some loud music and a late drink New X Inn is a great place to round up a night out!
This pub used to be an amazingly good rock pub in New cross but unfortunately a few years ago it changed ownership and is now like a mini version of the Venue next door.
It’s aimed at teenyboppers as I call them, selling mainly Alco pops and cheesy music.
I all its not a bad pub and if you like the venue, then u will like this place as a warm up
It’s located conveniently close to the train station and loads of buses at the bus stop outside.
The staffs are friendly and it’s in walking distance of the Venue.
It seems to be quite clean and tidy.
AWFUL. Really really awful. I’m used to dingy rock venues. I’ll even seek out the dingiest rock venues. The sad thing is, if this place was in Camden it’d make a fortune.
It’s directly opposite Goldsmiths. But even they weren’t drinking in here on a Thursday. I can see why. J Green is right, it’s not the Amersham Arms so I imagine everyone was in there.
The area isn’t nice, the bar is wierd. The bar actually takes up the whole of the pub. They charge £2 for soda water. The staff ignore you. As if you’re putting them out by asking for drinks. They’re not even cute enough to get away with it. And the pub was really stinky too.
On the plus side they have a stage. But you’d have to really want to see the band to come here. I won’t be back in a hurry.
The New Cross Inn was for a while the central live music venue of New Cross, recently put onto the shadow of the Amersham Arms opened by the owners of the Camden Lock Tavern. It definitely has a more low key, artsy vibe but for me this is to its advantage as everyone knows the best rock and roll can be found in the dingiest, sweatiest corners of London.
Drinks are cheap and the atmosphere is almost guaranteed to hit high velocity on an Friday or Saturday night with bands, dj’s and drinks galore.
I go here occasionally as the drinks are pretty cheap. You can get a shot and a mixer for two pounds. There is a stage area where open mics take place, and other live music booked. The sound is surprisingly not awful, and there is always a big crowd in there! It amazes me how many people are out on a monday night in new cross! Ofcourse, it is full of mainly students, but has a warm vibe about it. There is a pool table, no food, but DJ's later on into the night, a reasonable dance floor and a nice lady in the toilets to dry your hands. There is an entry fee, but it is small, and if theres a band you want to see, it's definitely worth it.
The New Cross Inn is a pub in South East London's up-and-coming New Cross area. Live music and DJs are on every night, and there are often open mic nights. Entry is free or cheap (around £4) for entry to clubnights. Drinks are cheap (around £2 a pint for students, around £2.50 otherwise) and the pub has comfortable sofas, seating and a pool table.
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