42 Pubs and Bars found in or around Waterloo Millennium pier (Thames Boat Service)

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St. Stephens Tavern

This Grade II listed pub was one we didn't think would ever open again. Having been closed for the best part of 15 years, it quietly reopened its doors just before Christmas 2003. From our research, it appears that this...

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0.29mi
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Old Shades

The Old Shades is in middle one of a trio of Whitehall pubs (practically in a row) but you'll find this one is a better bet than the other two - it actually shows a bit of character. With leather bench seating, leaded windows...

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0.30mi
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Walrus Social

The Walrus Social is an old Lower Marsh boozer (once the Red Lion) that's been adapted for a bar clientele. There's still the air of a pub to the place, although there are no real ales, there's a pretty standard range of beers...

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0.31mi
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Sloe Bar

It would appear that a change in elevation is needed for station pubs to excel - maybe the stairs challenge the less sophisticated drinkers, who are we to say? This bar aims to be more elegant, with a good-sized wine list and...

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0.33mi
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The Queen Vic

This old Victorian pub is in the heart of the east end of London,Originally the pub was to be called The Balmoral but after the death of Prince Albert it was re-named as a tribute to the mourning Queen. Initially, the pub's...

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0.34mi
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Hole in the Wall

Pretty much an institution in these parts - and it's stayed pretty much the same for years - this pub is actually quite a large hole in a wall, being situated in railway arches in front of Waterloo Station and has been a...

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0.34mi
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Crown & Cushion

Having had a facelift on the outside - it's no longer that hideous yellow - the Crown and Cushion is a reliable Irish pub. Inside, the walls are covered with Irish ephemera (road signs, tankards etc.). This is a decent pub,...

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0.36mi
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Gordon's Wine Bar

Not a pub, we know, but a wine bar with more charm and atmosphere than many of London's boozers (particularly those nearby); Gordon's is one of the most idiosyncratic drinking holes in town, its darkened alcoves a world away...

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0.36mi
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Tattersall Castle

Resplendent in its new livery, the ex-paddle steamer, the Tattersall Castle is a fitting tourist attraction for the area, located in an ideal spot almost opposite the London Eye and County Hall and close to Westminster. The...

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0.23mi
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The Wellesley

It was a bit of a culture shock to drop down the steep flight of stairs from the station concourse into this windowless basement to find this is actually quite a reasonable pub. A fairly spacious bar area is fine for the quick...

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0.25mi
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