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206-208 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP
For somewhere that takes everything it does so seriously, the Draft House is really rather a hoot. Beer drinkers can order third of a pint ‘samples’ at...
160 Union Street, London SE1 0LH
Previously The Charles Dickens, this atmospheric backstreet boozer is the most recent offering from the McElhinney family whose four other Southwark watering...
44 Kipling Street, London SE1 3RU
A wall of whiskies – more than 100 in total – is a standout feature of this sympathetically renovated local boozer round the back of Guy’s Hospital: check...
14 Winchester Walk, London SE1 9AG
It's ‘standing room only' inside this micro-boozer on the edge of Borough Market, which is why drinkers often spill out onto the terrace and street...
6 Stoney Street, Borough, London SE1 1TY
A Southwark fixture since 1772, this redoubtable tavern has been re-launched as a Young’s house, all spruced up and tricked out in nu-Victoriana. After...
62 Stamford Street,, London SE1 9LX
Long waits to order drinks might be a thing of the past if the concept behind The Thirsty Bear, London’s first self-service pub, takes off. The pub...
Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TP
A converted 1930s Dutch barge permanently moored between Lambeth and Vauxhall Bridge, the Tamesis Dock now functions as a floating pub, live music venue...
34 Park Street, London SE1 9EF
Pillar-box red windows and doors straight out of The Old Curiosity Shop alert Thames Path travellers to this haunted Dickensian hideaway. Originally...
77 Borough High Street, London SE1 1NH
The National Trust-owned George Inn is stolen away off the choke of Borough High Street, although its historical significance as the capital’s last...
64 Lant Street, London SE1 1QN
Saved from property developers via an Asset of Community Value order from Southwark Council, The Gladstone was mentioned in The Pickwick Papers by Dickens....
96 Jamaica Road, London SE16 4SQ
In 1559, Bermondsey’s burghers raised their tankards here to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth I. But despite its half-timbered Tudor facade, the current...
Unit 26, Hays Galleria, London SE1 2HD
Owners Nicholsons appear to have spent a packet transforming this Thames-side former tea warehouse – where museum founder Frederick Horniman dealt in finest...
44 Tabard Street, London SE1 4JU
The imposing mahogany bar at this restored, traditional, two-roomed backstreet boozer offers an opportunity to sample the full range of ales from Sussex...