Bringing together a creative community, buzzing social scene and innovative architecture, North Greenwich is a truly modern neighbourhood. Following a multibillion-pound regeneration, Greenwich Peninsula has been transformed into one of London’s trendiest hubs. Living in North Greenwich you’ll have a vibrant mix of hangouts right on your doorstep.

Built around the mighty O2 Arena and the glass-fronted North Greenwich Tube Station, Greenwich Peninsula is one of London’s newest destinations for those seeking modern urban living.

Enjoy stunning riverside views across London, no shortage of bars and restaurants, and some of the capital’s best entertainment. Thinking of living in North Greenwich? Here are eight highlights of the area.

The Jetty

A thriving hub for arts, gardening and relaxation, The Jetty offers a little bit of everything. Located on the riverside of Greenwich Peninsula, the venue provides an idyllic setting to unwind from the bustle of the City and to ignite your creativity. The dynamic calendar of events includes live music performances, supper clubs, creative workshops, urban gardening, and yoga classes.

Hone your green fingers in the onsite garden — The Jetty’s answer to allotmenting in south-east London. Help grow fruits and vegetables here before popping by the café, Hej Coffee, to enjoy fresh produce and coffee the classic Swedish fika way.

Address: The Jetty, Olympian Way, London, SE10 0JF
Phone: 020 3770 2212
Email: [email protected]
Follow: @jettypeninsula

GK Pizza + Bar

Pair pizza with cocktails at the stylish GK Pizza + Bar. Situated right next door to the entrance of the O2 Arena, the restaurant is a good place to visit pre-show. Choose from the delicious menu of sourdough pizzas, including favourites like the Romana meatball feast and cheesy mushroom Farmhouse pizza.

The lively atmosphere of the bar makes this the perfect choice for both after-work drinks on weeknights and afternoon cocktails with friends at the weekend. Step out onto the Balearic-themed terrace for views across Greenwich Peninsula.

Address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich, Peninsula, London, SE10 0SQ
Phone: 020 8305 9757
Email: [email protected]
Follow: @gk_pizza_bar

Greenwich Peninsula Golf Driving Range

Looking for a different way to get active in London? Greenwich Peninsula Golf Driving Range is the perfect venue to practise your putting skills. Tucked away among London’s skyscrapers and with views over the Thames, the golf range provides a unique setting for both professionals and beginners.

If you’re new to golf, there’s  no better place to get started. You can enrol in the venue’s academy to enjoy lessons tailored to your experience. Clubs and kit are available to hire or buy from the shop. For those seeking a more playful golf experience, visit CrazyPutt Adventure Golf instead.

After a round of golf, head to the on site restaurant for a hearty menu of British pub-inspired food.

Address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich, Peninsula, London, SE10 0SQ
Phone: 020 8293 9592
Email: [email protected]
Follow: @gk_pizza_bar

Craft London

Designed by British designer Tom Dixon, Craft London is a chic three-floor eatery and bar. The interiors are bold and contemporary as is the dining menu curated by British chef, Steve Parle. The first-floor restaurant menu draws upon British favourites. Produce is sourced from local farmers, whilst the restaurant also grows their own vegetables at the Peninsula Jetty.

The second-floor cocktail bar showcases a vibrant fusion of colours and a unique outdoor terrace with 360° views across London’s skyline. If you’re living in North Greenwich, pay them a visit and choose from the bar’s original menu of London-inspired cocktails, made with only the best and seasonal ingredients. Or enjoy a more relaxed experience in the ground-floor café.

Address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0DX
Phone: 020 8465 5910
Follow: @craftldn

NOW Gallery

Contemporary art space NOW Gallery showcases a mix of fashion, design and photography. Exhibiting works by both emerging London artists and established global creatives, the free gallery always has something different to see.

The building itself is a modern art creation, designed by Marks Barfield Architects. The glass facade reflects a kaleidoscope of colours and mirrors the surrounding banks of the Thames. Conveniently located next door to North Greenwich Tube station, the gallery is a good place to stop for a while and reinvigorate your inspiration levels.

Address: The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0SQ
Phone: 020 3770 2212
Email: [email protected]
Follow: @nowgalleryse10

The O2 Arena

Living in North Greenwich, you’ll have one of the UK’s biggest arenas right on your doorstep. At the heart of Greenwich Peninsula, the O2 Arena plays host to an eclectic calendar of events throughout the year. Visit to watch live music and festivals, stand-up comedy, sports matches, cinema screenings, and more.

The building itself is easy to spot on London’s skyline due to its iconic white  spherical design, known formerly as the Millennial Dome. If you’re feeling brave, you can challenge yourself to a 90-minute climb over the venue’s roof as part of the Up experience. When you’re finished, toast to the views across London with a glass of champagne — a fun alternative date night idea.

Address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0SQ
Phone: 020 8463 2000
[email protected]
Follow: @theo2london

Living in North Greenwich

You’ll have no shortage of cool places to visit when you live in North Greenwich. Experience the best of both worlds with some of London’s most relaxing riverside views, as well as a buzzing social scene.

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Tilly Martin


Leading the way with the London lifestyle and interior editorial content, Tilly sources all of the most stylish hangouts, up-and-coming venues, and latest interiors trends to share with readers.