THE STORY OF The Phoenix

Grade II listed, The Phoenix is a truly unique pub and a hidden gem amongst London’s countless watering holes. Aptly named after emerging from the flames in all its renovated glory, this friendly pub gives more than a nod to its former vocation as a railway station.

Retaining the former station’s period features including arched windows, exposed brick, vintage clock and a soaring vaulted ceiling, The Phoenix really has risen from the ashes of the 1980’s Denmark Hill station fire to become a truly intriguing venue that oozes charisma and appeal.

With a dual-level bar incorporating a mezzanine level from which the pub’s stunning restoration can be best appreciated, The Phoenix’s airy and spacious interior offers ample space for relaxation and refreshment, whilst exuding a welcoming and cosy vibe.

Complete with old station benches to perch on out front as trains to central London rumble below, The Phoenix attracts a diverse clientele and holds firm its place in Denmark Hill’s history.