The Bird’s Nest, Deptford, London   1 comment

 

Pub #2073:

The Bird’s Nest was a bit creepy to go into.  Not because of the “punks” at the bar cheerfully listening to Park Life; it’s just that it’s like every music bar I frequented between 1978 and 1990 right down to the collection of recent gig posters on the wall leading past the makeshift stage to a separate art collection.  I almost expected Deacon Lunchbox to emerge from the loo.

 

 

Found by luck on the final TfL run, I wanted to love and hate the pub as soon as I walked in.  Then, the landlady returned from the shops and pushed a dustpan with a whisk broom between me and the barmaid who was mid-pull on my beer.  “That’s for you,” she told the servant girl then sped off to the back.

“Is it your birthday?” I asked and was answered with an eye roll.  Quite creepily familiar, this joint.

 

 

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Posted March 19, 2018 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs

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