London Bridge Pubs
One of the most historic areas of the capital for boozers, London Bridge pubs have been part of the history books since Chaucer wrote the Canterbury Tales. These days you can find heritage pubs, gastro pubs and real ale houses packing in the punters. Check out our recommended London Bridge pubs below.
7-9 Kentish Town Road, Camden, London, NW1 8NH
(020) 3879 9246
Simmons is located a stones throw from Camden Town station and offers a good selection of cocktails that are served in stylish surroundings.
- Conveniently located next to Camden Town tube station
- Simmons offers the perfect spot in Camden for an after
- work drink and a late night boogie with a Happy Hour
- lasting FIVE whole hours (4-9pm) from Sunday to Friday!
- Simmons also offer 2 cocktails for £10 on Saturdays!
More London Bridge Pubs
Bermondsey Street's The Garrison is a vibrant pub serving a range of British dishes together with a selection of fine wines.
99-101 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3XB
(020) 7089 9355
The Market Porter is an old historic pub on Stoney Street where you can get a range of different ales and beers on tap.
9 Stoney Street, Southwark, London, SE1 9AA
(020) 7407 2495
The Royal Oak is a traditional London pub bursting with character and charm. They have a variety of beers and a delicious array of hearty pub meals.
44 Tabard Street, London, SE1 4JU
(020) 7357 7173
Simon the Tanner serves British pub food with produce being sourced from local suppliers and markets. They offer a varied selection of beers, ciders, lager and ale.
231 Long Lane, Borough, London, SE1 4PR
(020) 7357 8740
Located next to Borough Market, the Southwark Tavern serves classic British dishes, real ales, Belgium beers and world wines. This vibrant pub has seperate booth areas to escape the bustling crowds and hosts regular live entertainment.
22 Southwark Street, Southwark, London, SE1 1TU
(020) 7403 0257