Bars in Southwark
Southwark is one of the oldest parts of London which fronts the River Thames, and is near to London Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral and the Southbank TATE. The area is a hub of culture and historical significance, so it's no surprise there are a host of great bars nearby.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
The Refinery, on Southwark Street, is the perfect place for a meal. Global wines, cocktails and an impressive menu make this restaurant bar a must visit in the area.
The Thirsty Bear is a pub with a difference. Self service screens allow you to order your drinks and meal and then chill with your friends. Plus this bar, situated north of Southwark, also has free pool and a jukebox!
Inspired by the rustic, traditional bistros of Madrid, Camino is Southwark's newest Tapas and wine bar. From delectable exe cheeses, mouth-watering prawns in a garlic sauce and succulent steak served with a potent portobello mushroom, this South London hotspot will definitely leave you well-fed and wanting more. Sit back with a wonderfully large glass of wine and bask in everything Camino has to offer.
Located within the BFI, Benugo Bar and Kitchen is a great place with loads of variety. It has a lounge area, cocktails and a contemporary British menu providing something for everyone.
Concrete Bar has great views of the River Thames and is perfect for cheeky cocktail during their 2-4-1 drinks happy hour from 5pm-7pm after going to absorb some culture for the near by arts venues.