Greenwich is home to some of London's best attractions, including the Trafalgar Tavern, a riverside pub built in about 1837. Along with other Greenwich pubs, The Trafalgar became famous for its whitebait suppers. Whitebait is still served today, as is a selection of other British staples. More than 1,000 original prints of Greenwich line the walls.The large Georgian windows ensure the finest views of the river. It is quite simply a tribute to Old London, a place where the past can live on in the present. The specially commissioned statue of Lord Nelson outside is testament to this, denoting the respect the owners have for the pub’s unique history while offering the luxury of modern events and dining.