49 Pubs and Bars found in or around Borough (London Underground)

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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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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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The Goldsmith Pub and Dining Room

Situated amongst old estates and new housing developments, we could not help but feel that the Goldsmith's was aiming itself at potential new residents of the area rather than the existing locals. With an impressive collection...

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The Old School Yard

If anything, we're surprised it didn't happen sooner. What with popular nostalgia-fests such as School Disco and the raft of "We Love the..." TV programmes (usually featuring Stuart Maconie waxing lyrical about Space...

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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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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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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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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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The Charles Dickens

It's safe to say Charles Dickens liked a drink and this eponymous, traditionally-minded local has the charm and character of a pub that we feel he would have felt quite at home in. The decor is somewhat woody, but there is...

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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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Whitesmiths Arms

Like seeing the old <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/lesbailey/2071667411/" target="_blank">Watney Coombe and Reid</a> emblem outside a pub, spotting the 1970s Courage cockerel is a sign - a...

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