68 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Dungeons

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Miller (of Mansfield)

Nestling behind Guys Hospital, the Miller of Mansfield is a welcome change from London's gastro makeover circuit, offering drinkers a great space to park themselves. There are no surprises on the beer front, but the Miller has...

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Old Thameside Inn

The Old Thameside Inn has become well established on the tourist trail, this once overlooked Nicholson's pub is now a hive of activity most of the time. And why not? With fine views of the city from the riverside terrace (if...

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Slug & Lettuce

A typical Slug and Lettuce conversion of a large, high-ceilinged Victorian commercial property. Quite spacious and airy, it's a reasonable place to go for a drink at the weekend. Weekdays however tend to be packed at the usual...

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Old King's Head

Borough High Street abounds in famous watering holes, but this is one of the area's lesser known pubs. It may not have as historic a setting as some of its neighbours, but it makes up for it with its genial staff, a good range...

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Southwark Tavern

Victorian outside, predominately 1930s and later inside, the Southwark Tavern is a large pub prominently located on the periphery of Borough Market. The ground floor bar is a typical mix-and-match furniture affair, with a...

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The Rose

These days, some pubs make you feel out of place if you forget your mobile phone. Thankfully, the Rose is not one of them - you may feel naked here if you haven't got a copy of the Racing Post. It's odd to find a place in...

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Katzenjammers

Well, there you have it, a Bierkeller. In Southwalk. Not much to be said really - low ceilings, barmaids dressed in 'wench' uniforms, plates of sausages all-round. Shame about the halogen spot-lights, not vey atmospheric. But a...

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The Wheatsheaf

Like most people who knew the old Wheatsheaf, we were sorry to hear that it was closing down to allow for the <a href="http://www.thameslinkprogramme.co.uk/cms/pages/home" target="_blank">Thameslink...

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Brew Wharf

Borough Market can be one of the happeningest, funkiest, liveliest, sparkiest, even edgiest areas in London. What a pity its newest venue is none of these things. Brew Wharf is the restaurant and beer-focused add-on to the...

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St. Christopher's Inn

A long, narrow Victorian pub which up until a few years ago catered to a young, often bohemian, clientele. It was always good fun in here, not much in the way of real ale but a decent enough place for a pint, without any...

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King's Arms

A quiet, comfortable pub a short walk away from London Bridge and Borough stations. The King's Arms has Courage Best and Wadworth 6X on tap amongst the other usual lagers. The service is excellent and the clientele a good...

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