London Bridge Pubs

There's no shortage of charming, historical pubs around London Bridge and we're striving to ensure no stone remains unturned in our search to uncover every single one. Here's a hand-picked selection of the best boozers that southwest 1 has to offer. Whether it's an ice cold pint or crisp glass of wine that you're after, here's our extensive guide to pubs in London Bridge.

Last updated on 20th August 2019




Telephone Exchange

14 user reviews 4

2 Course Sharing roast with a bottle of house wine and 7 other offers

Located just below The Shard, Telephone Exchange is a perfect spot for an after-work drink to rewind after a busy day. With a large range of beers on keg and cask, an extensive wine list and ample selection of cocktails, they really have a tipple for everyone.

River View Menu

Part of the Globe theatre, this unique pub and restaurant offers the perfect Banksie spot for dinner and drinks. Decked out in vintage fixings and industrial lights, Swan is mixing trendy design with a whole host of delicious eats and some very snazzy signature cocktails.

Jamies St Mary at Hill

132 user reviews 4

Lager Then Life and 6 other offers

Located just minutes from Monument station and London Bridge, this City outpost of Jamie's the perfect place for date nights, casual drinks and even a 3-course meal. Expect that traditional pub charm with plush seating and a great range of British menus.

2-4-1 Cocktails and 3 other offers

The Draft House is top pub in London Bridge with a dedication to the art of beer making as well as high quality dishes. Their burgers are legendary and can be washed with some of the tasty craft beers and ales. They have an extraordinary range of strange and wonderful brews, both bottled and on tap, and its a great pub to stop at for a drink or two. Book online. 

St. Christopher's Inn

76 user reviews 4

Whether you fancy a hearty Sunday roast, a boozy brunch or some old fashioned pub grub, St. Christopher's Inn can do it all. Head to Borough High Street where you'll find a traditional London boozer complete with cask ales, live music and a tonne of food and drink.