To Do List Daily: The Fat Walrus – Wed 20 Jan
On the site that once housed The Old Haberdasher, New Cross is now home to The Fat Walrus.
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We can’t wait to pop in for a pint or three and to try the food which, from the pictures shared on social media, looks pretty damn good!
Amazing blogger Sophia Hinton-Lever said in her blog Enough About Me here:
The new place to watch out for in 2016 is the new pub ‘The Fat Walrus’. The brain child of David Mitchell and Gareth Knight previous managers of the New Cross House (now under Greene King management) is set to take the place of New Cross’s favourite pub. Located in the old Haberdasher’s spot right next to Goldsmiths University, the vibrant, friendly vibe accompanied by a good selection of beers and ales is not something you should miss. It is scheduled to open in early January, so keep a ear out for The Fat Walrus, it’s got a ring to it.
The Fat Walrus is the latest excuse – as if you need one – to hop on the Overground down to New Cross![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.