An incomplete and growing roundup of Christmas opening hours around the area, to help you make your festive plans. Submissions always welcome: email email@example.com, or flag/DM me on Instagram or Twitter (I’m @camberwellblog on both) or Facebook.
Food & drink
Stormbird and The Hermit’s Cave will close on the bank holidays: Christmas, Boxing, and New Year’s Days, open regular hours otherwise.
The Crooked Well will close at 9pm on Christmas Eve, and stay closed for Christmas and Boxing Days. They’ll be serving food all day on NYE (no info on hours), but will be open New Year’s Day from 12.30–17.00.
The Sun will close at 11pm on Christmas Eve (8pm for food), stay closed on Christmas Day, then reopen 12–6pm (food until 5pm) on Boxing Day. NYE open until 2am (food 9pm), NYD 12–8pm (food until 6pm).
If you want a drink on Christmas Day, I’ve been told (not confirmed) that The Cambria is open from 12–3pm.
Theo’s will close on Christmas Eve and reopen on the 28th, remaining open over NYE and NYD. FM Mangal will close from 24th-26th December, and on 1st January.
The Pigeon Hole have a nice long break; they’ll close at 5pm on 23rd, and reopen at 8.30am on 5th January. Cafe at the ORTUS will have a slightly shorter break, closing at 2pm on 22nd December and reopening on 2nd January. Maloko will close at 5pm on Christmas Eve and stay closed for Christmas and Boxing Days.
If coffee’s your thing, Lumberjack will close at 3pm on the 23rd and reopen at 10am on New Year’s Day.
The Hill Baker will close at 1pm on Christmas Eve and reopen on 9th January.
If you need any pills over Christmas, note that Day Lewis Pharmacy on Church St. will close 24th-26th December, and 31st December to 1st January. But if your dog swallows some tinsel, the London Animal Hospital will be open 24-hours throughout the holiday season.
And if you over-exert yourself and need some physiotherapy, Support & Sustain will be closed on the bank holidays but will be available by phone for urgent enquiries, and offering some free advice clinics to help ease the load on the NHS.