1904 Dine at the Half Moon, Herne Hill

Monday 25 February 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM

Price for single attendee: £0.00

Join us for a drink, a delicious three-course dinner and sociable evening at the Half Moon, Herne Hill. This wonderful late Victorian pub-cum-hotel was built in 1894-6 and was under threat after a long period of closure following a major flood. It has been brought back to life after a takeover by London’s last major brewer, Fullers of Chiswick, with a concentration on high-quality food and it reopened in 2017. The pub and its context will be explained by Geoff Brandwood, especially the glorious little snug with its array of painted mirrors. It was long-celebrated as a music venue and was much frequented by Dylan Thomas. In 2018, the Half Moon was a finalist in The Publican Awards for Best New Pub/Bar. In May 2018 it was named the Regional Winner for London in the National Pub and Bar Awards. Meet at the Half Moon, 10 Half Moon Lane, Herne Hill, London SE24 9HU. Rail: Herne Hill. Numbers limited. Any dietary requirements must be stated at the time of booking. £50 including a free drink and a three course dinner. Cash bar after first drink. Booking required.



Event code: 1904

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