London Bridge Pubs

Just clocked off and find yourself hanging out by one of London's most trafficked stations? There's no shortage of historical pubs and hangouts in the area (thanks to it dating back to 43 AD) and we're here to make sure that no stone remains unturned in our search to uncover every single one of 'em. Whether it's an ice-cold pint, a crisp glass of wine, a sun-filled beer garden or a banging Sunday roast that you're after, our extensive guide to the nicest pubs in London Bridge is not to be missed.

Last edited by Talia Stanton

Last updated on 2nd February 2024

Arch 33

With everything you'd want from a pub, including pints and sports screens, alongside a unique setting, Arch 33 is ideal for all kinds of occasions. Head to this unique watering hole for laid-back dates or gatherings with mates and Tuesday quiz nights.

The King's Arms

Expect one of the quirkiest pub experiences you'll ever have at The King's Arms. From their painting events to in-house artisan shop and eclectic decor, it's not just about the pints at this place. You can also bag half price cocktails until 6pm from Tuesday to Friday, and the knock-out food menu features affordable small plates, flame grilled burgers and classics from a fish and chips to a beef and Guinness pie. 

Britannia, London

Popular with post-work drinkers and sports fans alike, The Britannia is a warm and welcoming boozer near Monument. Stop by to take advantage of the midweek deals, get comfy in a booth or relax by one of the pool tables, with a huge selection of real ales to get stuck into too.

Trinity Borough

While London Bridge isn't short of pubs, Trinity Borough is a favourite for many reasons. Not only is the decor gorgeous, with patterned wallpaper, a panelled bar and unique light fixtures, but this joint also whips up delicious food and drinks. Think stunning roasts accompanied by cocktails, wines and craft beers.