One of the most notable names in the city's cocktail industry, make your way down to one of the most unique cocktail bars in Tower Bridge. Not only bringing kitsch to the masses, Simmons boast creative cocktails in a colourful and fun space whatever the weather.
Bars Near Tower Bridge
Found yourself strolling along Southbank with your feet now firmly in Tower Bridge? Good, because there's plenty to be found. While the bridge itself is more than just a marvel, so are the surrounding bars and restaurants. From hidden cocktail bars to luxury dining spaces, check out our recommendations for some of the best places to eat and drink near Tower Bridge.
With two beer gardens, three storeys, lots of hanging flowers and gorgeous views of St Katharine's Docks, The Dickens Inn is a quaint and traditional boozer found moments from Tower Bridge. The spot keep things simple as they serve home cooked, Italian style food all washed down with pints of real ale and craft beer.
Mixing American Diner vibes with renowned craft beers, Draft House is opening a new spot near Tower Bridge. The new bar serves up hearty burgers which are best washed down with one of the cask beers or tap drinks.
Quirky and colourful Ping Pong has landed in St Katharine Docks; come for the amazing dim sum and stay for the great cocktail menus.
Just round the corner from Tower Bridge sits the Prosecco House, boasting over 20 varieties of prosecco, sparkling wine cocktails from bellinis to spritzes, and Italian meats, cheeses, and small plates.
Nestled between London Bridge station and City Hall, el Vino brings a taste of Spain to the heart of London. Dig in to tapas-style sharing plates and soak up with wines from a huge list of bottles from around the world.
Fancy a slap up night out near Tower Bridge? Your about to get one. One of the rowdiest bars in the area, not only will Bavarian Beerhouse impress with their strictly Bavarian theme, you can tuck into schnitzels and sausages alongside plenty of German beer.