76 Pubs and Bars found in or around The Old Operating Theatre, Museum & Herb Garret London

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All Bar One (London Bridge)

Yet another All Bar One gets a zero pint rating. Yes the beer, wine and food is still of the same (albeit, pricey) quality, but the service on our last visit was diabolical. From the "don't put your pint on the bar, I've...

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Mudlark

In the shadow of Southwark Cathedral, this one's just off the beaten track - tourists don't necessarily stumble across it, but the local office types know it's there. Last time we were in there was a broad mix of people who'd...

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Bunch of Grapes

This handsome Young's pub (a Grade II listed building) offers the decent selection of beer and food that you would expect from Young's. It also has a pleasant split-level garden to the rear which is ideal for a relaxing drink,...

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Barrowboy & Banker

This is just the mind of place you'd expect on the route home for the over-the-water-dwelling City boys. Fullers have brought their money and expertise to providing refreshment to the hardworking City types on their way home to...

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The Market Porter

This is a gem of a pub - it's got something for everyone no matter what time or day of the week you choose to visit. It's a lively place on a Friday and Saturday nights with a mixed crowd and a real pub atmosphere. The food is...

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Wheatsheaf

No longer with us due to the development work going on with the Thameslink railway viaduct. Fortunately, it has moved around the corner and you can <a href="http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub4740.php">read our...

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The Bridge Bar

OK we've all done it and regretted it. Like the slower, the older (or the stupider?) wildebeest, we've enjoyed a merry old time at the watering hole with the herd, we wander off and don't even see the hyenas lurking. If this...

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The Globe

Built in 1872 in an excellent location near Southwark cathedral and the Thames path, this place has plenty in its favour. Yet, despite the attractive exterior, the Globe disappoints somewhat. The interior looks and feels as...

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George Inn

This well-preserved galleried coaching house (owned by the National Trust) off Borough High Street serves a loyal following as well as the innumerable walking/coach tours that visit it. It serves a number of guest beers,...

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The Rake

In addition to being the only pub actually in Borough market (for at least 100 years), the Rake also claims to be the smallest pub in London and, in our experience, that claim seems to have some substance. The addition of some...

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Number 1 Bar

This is a fairly large multi-level bar just outside London Bridge Station with an emphasis on sports and pool. They've got five pool tables, three American, two English (no we didn't realise there was a difference, either) and...

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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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Skinkers

Slotted into the railway arches under London Bridge station, the Davy's spit and sawdust wine cellar theme is perfectly at home here. Unlike many of the City bars, faking it in the basement of an office block, this is the real...

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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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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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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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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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Oast House

Practically every railway station in Britain has a pub nearby and many of the clientele will be lost souls and weary travellers with a tale to tell - budding Martin Amis's might at least find something of interest inside. My...

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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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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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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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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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Blue Eyed Maid

Although not the finest pub around London Bridge and Borough (and there are quite a few really great pubs round here), the Blue Eyed Maid does what it does pretty well, and would probably warrant a visit were you in the area....

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