Nestled on the riverside, this Thames bolthole is great for everything from balmy evenings after work to chowing down on burgers, steaks and classic pub grub. It's all about real ales and botanical spirits, so whether you're a lover of G&Ts or hoppy pints, you'll find it all here.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Just minutes from Borough tube station, this independently owned public house sits between Southwark's vibrant bars. Whether you're in the mood for a few drinks come the weekend, or catching up with mates after work, you'll find a great menu alongside screens major of sports.
Slicker than your average watering hole, this City favourite touts stunning interiors and an old school menu of seasonal soups, sirloin steaks, meat-centred pies and more. Soak up cask ales, IPAs and classic cocktails too.
As part of the Fuller's family, Barrowboy & Banker serves a fabulous selction of food and drinks, while also acting as a great spot to catch live sports like rugby and football. Housed in a former bank, this grand space features chandeliers, columns and a sweeping staircase.
One of the best pubs in the area, Bunch of Grapes is a great place to grab a drink whether it's after work or just before jotting onto the train. Head here for breakfast, brunch and seasonal dishes like oak-smoked mac n cheese, pork and leek scotch eggs and buttermilk chicken burgers.
Boasting a fabulous location on the banks of the Thames, this huge boozer gives you views of some of London's iconic buildings like The Shard. There's even a dazzling menu of classic Britsh dishes, small plates and lighter picks.
One of London Bridge's coolest haunts, this unique pub offers a storming beer selection and delicious food every day of the week. Populated primarily by locals, post-office types and travellers staying in the hostel above, there a spot for everyone at this funky bar.
Only a short walk from London Bridge. The Garrison is home to mouthwatering Sunday roasts all washed down with beers and wines. Exposed brickwork, on-trend gastro touches and comforting surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for guzzling beers in southeast London.
Located in the heart of Borough Market, The Rake is a beer lovers dream. It has one of the biggest selections of beer in London, with brews sourced from all corners of the globe, as well as, a fine selection of locally brewed ales. Prepare for some intimate imbibing.
Dating back to 1700s, when it was an inn for the travellers on the London trade route, The George Inn oozes charm, history and a cracking menu. Take a seat in the courtyard beer garden or head inside where low wooden beams and traditional interiors host craft beers, pub grub and a wide selection of gin.