216 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Bridge

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Roxy Bar & Screen

After casting an eye over so many identical pub refits, it's always a pleasure to come across a venue that's doing something a little different. Here's a self-styled 'bar and screen' which lives up to the name, laying on a...

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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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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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Cannon

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T.S.P. (The Samuel Pepys)

There used to be a Samuel Pepys here years ago, a typical (at the time) bare floorboards and oak beams place in a Victorian warehouse. We recall it was a dark place spread over a couple of floors, where the only view of the...

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The Folly

Sister to the nearby <a href="http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub5402.php">Anthologist</a> and calling itself 'the City's secret garden', it's definitely got interesting modern decor. In keeping with the...

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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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Belushi's

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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Horniman at Hays

We've been in and out of the Horniman at Hays more times than we care to remember over the years. Its location on the south bank, with the Globe and Tower Bridge not too far away, means it's ideally located for a lot of things...

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Lord Clyde

The Lord Clyde is a gem of a pub tucked away on what must be one of the tiniest (and now pedestrianised) streets in London. It's a welcoming place with friendly staff, a good atmosphere and a fine selection of real ales. An inn...

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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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O'Neill's

An outlet for Oirish branded pubbery in the Square Mile, this one has lasted longer than many of its stablemates across London. The O'Neill's ethos is in full effect here - although we didn't spot any TVs for the sport - and it...

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