London Bridge Bars

London Bridge, it's something of a city landmark and notably the best place to transfer for a train in the city. But we're not here to talk transport. From hidden vintage gems and places to catch the game, to charming gastro restaurants and cocktail bars hidden down cobbled alleys, we're here to talk about some of the very best bars in London Bridge. Take a look for yourselves...

Last updated on 26th September 2018




Aqua Shard Bar

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Scaling views of the city, and some of the best cocktails in the business courtesy of this sky high retreat? It can only be one destination, Aqua at the Shard. An iconic building where Instagram photos are the name of the game, indulge in botanical inspired cocktails, signature drinks and dapper dishes, all amongst some of the best views of London in the city.

Situated within a 2-minute saunter of London Bridge station, the Hay's Galleria is a hugely popular choice for locals and workers grabbing a quick drink before making their way home. Located inside the historic Hays Wharf, the venue's petanque pitch, outdoor terrace and maze of bars and private dining rooms makes it one of the most memorable spots to chill out and catch with a drink or two. Make the most of daily happy hours (5-8pm) or stay into the evening; the venue offers a regularly rotating menu using the freshest of ingredients.

TwoRuba Bar

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Located within the Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, this gorgeous bar is perfect for those seeking a dash of elegance on a nigth out. Specialising in exquisite chmpagne and stunning views, it's a thriving spot for the City's carefree revellers. 

A haven for sports fans, this teeming London Bridge bar is a plethora of drinks deals, foosball, beer pong and live sports screenings rolled into one. Looking to privately hire a space for an upcoming sports screening? Their Dugout is just the place to head. 

The Folly

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While you may need to stroll across the bridge for a visit to this wee nugget, it's worth the walk. A veritable wonderland of botanical inspired whimsy, Drake and Morgan steal the show yet again as The Folly promises intensely creative cocktails, it's own florist, classic British dishes and more.

The Old School Yard

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Bars in London Bridge don't come quite like The Old School Yard. A massive salute to everything Old Skool - from their drinks deals and karaoke, to the decor and even the music, everything is from the 'Old Skool'. A great London Bridge bar for any occasion be it birthdays, hen or stag dos, or just enjoying some great happy hour deals to kick start your night. 

The Hide Bar

5 user reviews 4

The Hide Bar is all about quality drinks, from their divine classic cocktails to sourcing the finest wines and they also serve up Meantime Beer from the local Greenwich Brewery. This is a rather cool London Bridge cocktail bar off the beaten track so head here if you want something a little special. Also a good option for those looking for a late night bar in London Bridge. 

A hop, skip and a wee jump across the river, and you'll land in a charming haunt of classic British dishes and top craft brews. Overlooking The Thames and the city that's ever waiting to be explored, an afternoon and evening spent at The Oyster Shed is set to be one of fine ol' fish and chips and a mean ol' beer alike.

The Refinery, Bankside

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The Refinery is a modern day bar and restaurant near to London Bridge. They successfully blend fresh, colourful and eco-friendly decor with an industrial edge, making this a good spot for a drink or two. You can also come here from Thursday - Saturday for those looking for a place to party in London Bridge.

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Wheatsheaf

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An iconic pub to be found right in the heart of Borough Market, Wheatsheaf is a wonder of cracking craft brews the likes of Double Chocolate Stout and bustling after work evenings. With their heralded location, lush drinks selection and a quirky beer garden to be inspired by, it's no wonder that Wheatsheaf is ever a buzz come sundown at London Bridge.