91 Pubs and Bars found in or around Tower Millennium Pier (Thames Boat Service)

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Bridge House

If the phrase real ale style bar sounds like an oxymoron to you, maybe you should come and have a look at the Bridge House as it's probably the best way to describe this Adnam's house on the southern end of Tower Bridge. There...

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0.29mi
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The Draft House

We don't know what exactly is going on in this area, but some kind of gentrification is obviously taking place as the Draft House is another cracking pub in the area (along with the Bridge House only a few doors down). Okay,...

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0.35mi
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Crutched Friar

Nestled in closely to the adjoining buildings on the eponymous street and near the railway bridge to Fenchurch Street under which its near-neighbour, the Cheshire Cheese, dwells, the Crutched Friar is a deceptively spacious...

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The Ship

Not so long ago, there used to be dozens of little pubs like the Ship around the City, pleasant drinking holes where local workers meet a spot of for lunch, or gather after work for a quick pint or two before the weary, dreary...

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0.26mi
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Shipwright's Arms

Perched on a busy street in an area teeming with redevelopment, our previous review of the Shipwright's Arms wondered if, and how, the pub would cope with such change. Perhaps we needn't have worried. The pub's been smartened...

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Cheshire Cheese

Now a Fuller's pub (having once been part of the Nicholson's stable), this large, two-storey pub is located in the recesses of the railway bridge just outside Fenchurch Street station and within spitting distance of the Tower...

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The Anchor Tap

The Anchor Tap is another pub we've known for yonks. Tucked away in the alleys of Shad Thames this is a genial and ever hospitable little Sam Smiths. True to form, they have kept this pub as it always has been resulting in a...

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The Walrus & Carpenter

Nowadays, the Walrus and Carpenter is a Nicholson's pub and, thankfully, when they took it over they sorted out the ground floor arrangement so that it's all one room. Previously, you could have arranged to meet friends at the...

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The Ship

You could pass Talbot Court - an essay in concrete that looks like a loading bay - a hundred times and never notice The Ship tucked on an inside corner just a hundred yards down where the slabwork gives way to a traditional...

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Cooperage

Typical. You wait ages for one Davy's Wine Bar and then two come along at once. A handful of street numbers down from Skinkers, another in the chain, Cooperage seems a little less restauranty than its neighbour and sibling. The...

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