78 Pubs and Bars found in or around Bankside pier (Thames Boat Service)

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The Bell

Not so long ago, this was one of many old-style, untouched, City pubs, but now the Bell's something of an endangered species. Its tiny size means it gets packed to the gunwales at commuting times, but the service is prompt and...

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Stamfords Wine Bar

Closed, apparently permanently. We'll let you know if it comes back.

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Doggett's Riverside Bar & Terraces

Run by Nicholson's, Doggett's Riverside Bar and Terraces (to give it its full name) is the least Nicholson's-like of all their properties, being a modern (well 1980s) building rather than an ornate Victorian Gin palace....

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Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown feels like a pub that's undergone major surgery, but whether it has regained consciousness or not is unclear. On the one hand, its black and white pictures and wood furnishings are the classic signs of an...

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Cannon

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by FAP on 14/2/2002</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_-1.png' alt='last rating: -1 pints' title='last rating: -1...

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Cos Bar (ex-Goose at the Castle)

Farewell Goose at the Castle, hello Cos Bar. Out goes the Goose's usual bland take on decor and in comes a refit that's gone a bundle on zebra and leopard prints. Tons of lager choices at the bar and plenty of plasma screens...

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Bier Rex

<h3>our final review</h3><h4> posted by septic on 15/12/1998</h4><h4>last rating: <img src='/images/rating_3.png' alt='last rating: 3 pints' title='last rating: 3...

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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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Mad Hatter Hotel

The Fuller's Ale and Pie formula, works very nicely here in one of their central London hotels. It's a grand and interesting looking building, complemented inside with Fuller's trademark Ale & Pie wood panel and glass...

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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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Golden Fleece

The name comes from the Hope Diamond purported to have been cut by local jewellers from a larger stone that hung in the Order of the Golden Fleece about the neck of Louis XIV and which was pinched during the revolution. The pub...

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