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Bunch of Grapes

Address: 2 St Thomas Street, London SE1 9RS
Telephone: 020 7403 2070

Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge

Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge

Traditional Young’s pub close to London Bridge stations, Borough Market and Southwark Cathedral.

The building has obviously been there for some time and the pub has a traditional feel with old tables and the wooden floor. The lively downstairs bar area has a number of partitions which break the pub up into sections. Upstairs there is a spacious lounge area that is more relaxed. Out the back there is a tiny courtyard garden.

Since the Bunch of Grapes is a Young’s pub you’ve got to expect a predominantly Young’s and Wells real ale selection with the odd guest and seasonal. You may even find Winter Warmer here during appropriate months – one of my favourite beers. There are usually 3 or 4 beers available and they seem well-kept.

Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge - Upstairs

Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge – Upstairs

Food is available every day from 12:00 until 9:00pm (7:00pm Sundays) but I’ve never eaten here. Children are allowed in the upstairs rooms and child-sized portions are available from the menu.

The London Bridge area is blessed with many good real ale pubs – eg the Market porter, the Rake, etc – but the Bunch of Grapes is worth a look.

Last visited: March 2011

Good Beer, Good Pubs rating: 3.5 stars out of 5

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