Located in the shadow of The Shard this is this charming pub in Borough. Stop on by for an after-work drink or two and graze their menu of beer, wine and cocktails alongside the ample choice of classic British eats.
Pubs in Borough
Whether you work in Borough, are a regular face at the market or just enjoy the lively area on The Thames, there are plenty of pubs in Borough to relax, unwind and make new friends in. Find live music, real ales and charming wine bars amongst the areas varied delights. Ideal for hanging out with friends and enjoying a relaxed beer, here are some of our recommended choices for cracking pubs in Borough.
Sat next door to Borough tube station, this charming old boozer of a mix of bustling post-work watering hole and cosy local hangout. With great food, an extensive beer selection and hotspot for live sports, it's one of the area's favourite pubs.
If wine is what you fancy then head over to the Boot and Flogger, perfect for an unwinding after work drink or some dinner. Charming and elegant with a traditional wooden decor, it's one of Borough's more grown-up feeling places, which makes it a great destination for a relaxed drink in Borough.
Looking for a new boozer? This one isn't technically new, but the stunning Victorian interior never fails to impress. Located just minutes from Borough Market, The Roebuck is perfect for soaking up craft beers and tucking into delicious seasonal fare.
Situated a short walk away from Tower Bridge Road, Spit & Sawdust is contemporary British boozer with all the ingredients for the perfect night out. Boasting regular quizzes, live music, 2 for 1 deals and even shuffleboard tournaments, this place is a guaranteed fun time.
Overlooking Borough Market, Arthur Hooper's is an innovative European restaurant and pub that offers its diners the stunning flavours of one of London's most iconic locations. Expect a menu with freshly-sourced ingredients form the market opposite, as well as an impressive drinks selection to boot.
One of Borough's best pubs has to be the The Gladstone Arms. If you're a fan of standing at the bar listing to live music or sitting in a cosy upstairs restaurant enjoying tasty pie and mash following a friendly game of chess, then this Borough beauty is for you.
It's known mostly for its traditional British feel and historical atmosphere but locals love The Lord Clyde for its real ales and low prices. Go there for the food and maybe even enjoy a friendly game of darts. Easily one of the best pubs in Borough, this is one you need to try for yourself.