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People's Park Tavern, E9

360 Victoria Park Road
E9
E9 7BT
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john gray left this review about Peoples Park Tavern

Surprised on a warm London night to see very few people in this pub .Then I went outside to the rear garden and there were a couple of hundred people out there.Not impressed by the interior of the pub.Very dated and the toilets are scuffy. Seem to spend their profits on the garden.Cocktail bar,barbecue shack also putting are all outside.Two very good beers from the in house brewery on cask.nice one.

On 20th August 2016 - rating: 8
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Pub SignMan left this review about Peoples Park Tavern

This pub, blessed with a great location on the fringes of Victoria Park, is part of the Laines brewery's ever expanding London estate complete with on site brewing plant operating under the People's Pint moniker. The main bar has bare floorboards and a dark wood servery on the back wall with an exposed brick bar back surrounded by a modern looking wooden frame. To the left is a dining area with a lot of bench seating set up in front of the brewery, allowing you to watch the brewer in action as you tuck into your food. A large Gibbs Mew sign hangs on the wall here and there is a full suit of armour seemingly guarding the toilets. The rest of the bar area has low stool seating and some drinking ledges on the front wall, whilst décor includes an excellent series of diamond shaped artworks depicting adverts for a seemingly fictional brewery. There is also a rather quirky large wooden loudhailer sculpture suspended from the ceiling. To the right of the bar the room opens out into a lounge style area with comfortable seating options plus a few standard chairs and high stools. Some frosted glass panels screen part of the servery here and have lettering on them for a pawnbrokers and a 'certified embalmer', whilst some interesting mocked up pub signs can be viewed on the other side of the room. Pinball tables, vintage arcade machines and a fine board game collection provide extra entertainment opportunities whilst a warm looking stove stands on the right hand wall next to double doors leading out to the impressive beer garden. The garden was packed on my visit, with the crowds spoilt for choice with two outdoor bars, live music on a small stage, table tennis, table football, a fire pit and more picnic tables than you could possibly imagine.
The bar was dominated by the house beers, with the full line up comprising People's Pint Laines Best, Random Pale Ale, IPA, People's Pale Ale, Porter, ESB, Raspberry Wheat and Red Empire, plus three Orchard Pig ciders. I gave the Random Pale Ale (apparently made using a 'random' hop selection) which was an interesting pint in good condition, although sadly the al-fresco fun in the beer garden seemed to mean you got your beer in a plastic glass whether you wanted to go outside or not.
This struck me as an excellent pub and, thanks to the fine garden, an ideal place to visit for summer drinks. I felt that the onsite brewery was a much more serious operation than in some of the city's other Laines pubs and had I not been tight for time I would have liked to sample a few more of their ales. A real success story and possibly the best London pub I've discovered this year.

On 10th August 2015 - rating: 9
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Bucking Fastard left this review about Peoples Park Tavern

Backing onto Victoria Park,the pub is home to People's Pint brewery with the brew kit visible through large plate glass windows to the left hand side.The interior is open plan,with wooden floorboards,a pleasing mix of wooden furniture and some eclectic artifacts dotted about including a suit of armour.The vibe was very lively on my Sunday lunchtime visit,with many dogs and children accompanied by their creative owners with a wide selection of millinery on display from pork pie hats to caps and berets.The clientele show just how much the area has changed over the last 20 years,its now pretty hip but this has brought with it a decent selection of real ale,good quality pub food and a young and enthusistic serving team who dealt with a busy session with aplomb.The muzak was well chosen and enhanced the experience.
There is a fine beer garden to the rear which is a real draw in good weather.Food is popular and several of the tables had reserved notices on them with the Sunday menu concentrating on roast although some light bite bar snacks were excellent around the £5 mark.The long bar features 11 handpumps,not all functional but dispensing on my trip a good range of styles from Peoples Pints with their IPA,Amber,Espresso Stout,Porter ,ESB and Bourgeois Scum (great name !) with a pump devoted to Olde Rosie Cider.The three PP ales I tried were decent.
Some will bemoan the loss of a working class boozer,but I liked the upbeat atmosphere and the interesting ale.Worth seeking out,and one I will certainly return to. Not too far from the Regents Canal either.

On 22nd February 2015 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by Rex Rattus
Homerton, 0.58 miles, 11 min walk (show)
Hackney Wick, 0.76 miles, 14 min walk (show)
London Fields, 0.98 miles, 18 min walk (show)
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21st Apr 2019, 21:50
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21st Apr 2019, 19:33
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  • Accommodation : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Bar Billiards : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Beer Garden : Yes last updated 17 January 2014 by Aqualung .
  • Car Park : No last updated 21 April 2019 by Tris C
  • Child Friendly : Yes last updated 17 January 2014 by Aqualung .
  • Darts : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Dog Friendly : Yes last updated 17 January 2014 by Aqualung .
  • Function Room : Yes - According to Twitter - last updated 21 July 2015 by Dave McNally
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 17 January 2014 by Aqualung .
  • Jukebox : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Micropub : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Pinball : Yes last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Pool Table : No last updated 10 August 2015 by Pub SignMan
  • Quiz Night : Yes - Wednesdays 7.30pm. - last updated 21 April 2019 by Tris C
  • Real Ale : Yes - Young's/Ram. - last updated 22 February 2019 by Tris C
  • Real Cider : Yes last updated 22 February 2015 by Bucking Fastard
  • Wheelchair Access : Yes last updated 17 January 2014 by Aqualung .
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