Category: Bermondsey

Review: St James of Bermondsey SE16

Bermondsey was once known as Biscuit Town, due to the Peek Freans biscuit factory in the area, where the Garibaldi, the Bourbon and the Twiglet were invented. A pink wafer’s width away from the derelict site is St James of Bermondsey, a craft beer pub now puffing out its own sweet aroma of pies and beer. […]

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Review: The Gregorian Arms SE16

Recently hipsterified mock-Tudor barn confronting dragon-steepled landmark St James’ Church. This pub has a big open-plan interior cluttered with pinned butterflies, horned skulls, glass-fronted bookcases and portraits of creepy dead Victorians, like that bloke out of The Silence of the Lambs. The mismatched furniture and Hawaiian soundtrack will inevitably lead most to the conclusion that it’s owned by Antic, […]

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Sips of the best: Six fascinating pubs and bars near Bermondsey tube station

Welcome to the booziest, beeriest borough in South London – Beermondsey. I mean, Bermondsey. The Maltby Street market pumps out Little Bird gin and hot toddies to the Borough Market overspill and beer hounds drink the breweries and bottle shops of the Bermondsey Beer Mile dry. Here are six pubs worth checking out away from the […]

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