32 Pubs and Bars found in or around Hilton Docklands Nelson Dock pier (Thames Boat Service)

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Blacksmith's Arms

The Blacksmith's Arms is a fine local that has served this area very well over the years. It hasn't been affected too much by the influx of people filling the many developments in the surrounding area in recent times, although...

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Hilton Hotel (Rotherhithe)

We don't do hotels very often, but you can get pints in them and when they've got views like this, you'd think it might be worth a visit. However a £7 plus bar bill for a half of bitter and a vodka and tonic reminded us...

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The Clipper

The management's changed here, we'll let you know what it's like.

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The Grapes

We love this old place. The Grapes is a quaint, narrow, little pub in a very old terrace on the north bank of the river at Limehouse. There's a tiny balcony at the back that you can squeeze onto, if you're lucky, and enjoy...

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The Canopy (ex Enterprise)

Quite a pleasant pub, just off Narrow Street and close to the river. Pretty standard fayre but pleasantly served, popular with locals.

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Booty's Riverside Bar

Like its famous neighbour the Grapes, this pub enjoys a splendid location on the Thames. It has a fair history too, being originally a barge builders and later an inn called the Waterman's Arms. Although there's no river...

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City Pride

In spite of the reputed £32m spent on buying the site at the top of the property bubble, nothing much has been done, probably as there aren't enough yuppies left who are able to drop 250k to live in pokey one-bedroomed...

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