Bars in Borough
With its proximity to the River Thames and London Bridge Station, Borough boasts the double advantage of being both convenient and having striking, panoramic views. Its picturesque setting makes it one of the best for after work drinks or just as a stopping off point after a hard day of sightseeing. There's also Borough Market close by as well to soak up the alcohol if you have one too many! So have a look through our list of recommended bars in Borough and see if any take your fancy.
Last updated on 23rd June 2017
A mere walk from Borough and its market is dinner and drinks hotspot, Tanner & Co. Whether you want notable British fare, London pints or a few after work glasses, this home-grown favourite has a little bit of something for everyone.
Tucked away behind London Bridge, Hide Bar is one of the city's cooler cocktail joints that's humble in size and intimate by nature. With a seated only policy you can relish in date night vibes at this Borough bar and enjoy some expert mixology. Preoccupying themselves with the art of cocktail making, Hide Bar deals in nothing but the artisan.
The Old School Yard is one let your hair down place which won't mind you acting a little less than your age. A Nintendo Wii and private karaoke rooms take pride of place in this Borough bar for the young at heart to play with whilst sipping at slightly more adult cocktails. If you're feeling in need of respite from grown-up life, make sure to book up soon at this great Borough bar.
Found just shy of Borough, and notable for using fresh ingredients from its market, The Bermondsey Arts Club and Cocktail bar is prime for drinks near London Bridge thanks to their heralded fame for some of the best cocktails in the business.
A pub in Borough with good ol' fashion hospitality ethics on their side, The Miller is perfect for those after a casual pint just shy of London Bridge. Head on down for craft drinks, a top beer garden and banter aplenty.
A wonderful secret bar with speakeasy vibes located beneath an Italian restaurant called Antico. Dim lighting, exposed brick work and a wonderful array of spirits, especially Gin, make this a a great choice for a bar in Borough.