Saturday 1ST July 2017

Open House Day

OPEN HOUSE DAY

Join us across our great pubs, bars and iconic venues in London Bridge, for our open-house day as we inject the streets with fun and energy in support of the fantastic London Bridge community.

LET’S COME TOGETHER ON THE STREETS OF LONDON BRIDGE FOR A DAY OF FOOD, DRINK AND MUSIC

We invite everyone to come together at the WE LOVE LONDON BRIDGE Open House Day. Why? Because we love London Bridge and the surrounding area. Come along and support the local businesses, mingle with the community and let’s come together as one. There will be live music, food and drink. Just pop in and out of the local pubs, bars, restaurants and great venues and enjoy the day! Most importantly, have fun and don’t forget to donate.

Location

Borough High Street and surrounding areas, London Bridge

Reason

Say thanks to our emergency services and heroes

Date & Time

Saturday 1st July. Starting from Noon.

Venues

Belushi's, St Christophers Inns, The Barrowboy and Banker, Bunch of Grapes, The Hornimans and many more

Venues Participating

Pop in and out of over 15 venues all day with friends and family. Make the most of food and drink offers and enjoy live music. Venues will be easy to spot on the day, just look out for We Love London Bridge bunting! All venue staff on the day will be wearing We Love London Bridge t-shirts and badges.

BelushisBelushis
Belushis
Belushis
Belushi’s London Bridge is one of 5 Belushi’s bars in the city. The bar serves up beers, bombs and fat burgers with a relentless Rock ’n’ Roll attitude. Why not come hang out and watch live sport underground in The Dugout?
The HornimansThe Hornimans
The Hornimans
The HornimansProject Manager
Boasting a riverside terrace, the Hornimans is the perfect place to kick back on a sunny day. Located in an old tea dealer’s warehouse, It’s a traditional pub with unique character serving quality pub food and real ales.
The Market PorterThe Market Porter
The Market Porter
The Market PorterWeb Designer
A traditional ale house, overlooking the bustling Borough Market with 12 changing beers on tap, plus a lovely daytime food menu.
Arthur Hooper’sArthur Hooper’s
Arthur Hooper’s
Arthur Hooper’s
A stylish restaurant overlooking Borough Market, Arthur Hooper's serves up an array of European style small plates and sharing platters. The restaurant boasts its unique decor, which has been designed as a homage to echo the Victorian history of the local area, using steel caged light fittings and decaying wooden stalls. This alone makes it a worthwhile visit! Stop by to try their exclusive ever-changing wine list, designed to be diverse and seasonal.
The MillerThe Miller
The Miller
The Miller
Nestled just off of Borough High Street, The Miller is the home of improvised comedy with the finest acts around London performing 6 nights a week. The venue is complete with a basement rehearsal studio, a function room art gallery, and one of the best beer gardens in the area. Be sure to check out this cool and quirky gem if you fancy a laugh.
The Barrowboy and BankerThe Barrowboy and Banker
The Barrowboy and Banker
The Barrowboy and Banker
Visit The Barrow Boy & Banker Pub and Restaurant in London Bridge for a warm welcome, amazing freshly made pies, great Fuller's beer and a wide range of food. This historic pub boasts grand windows, high ceilings and an impressive sweeping staircase.
The Southwark TavernThe Southwark Tavern
The Southwark Tavern
The Southwark Tavern
A traditional local pub serving delicious classic pub grub and an exceptional range of craft beer, it’s even hosting a Craft Beer Festival. Come in for a drink in the cosy, relaxed setting.
The MudlarkThe Mudlark
The Mudlark
The Mudlark
To feast on delicious traditional pub dishes, come to The Mudlark. With a cosy interior with old wooden-beams and lovely outdoor area, it’s an ideal spot to pop in for a pint or a glass of wine.
The GeorgeThe George
The George
The George
Established in the medieval period on Borough High Street, The George is one to tick off your bucket list. Being the oldest pub in London, it is well worth visiting in order to experience having a drink in a 17th century building. Stop by to try their freshly prepared, quality food as well as their wide range of beverages.
Jamies BarJamies Bar
Jamies Bar
Jamies Bar
Located right on the door stop of the Shard, Jamie’s Bar is the ideal spot to visit. It’s perfect for any occasion, from after work drinks to a delicious breakfast that will set you up for your day.
Bunch of GrapesBunch of Grapes
Bunch of Grapes
Bunch of Grapes
The Bunch of Grapes is a really cool, contemporary pub located between the Shard and Borough Market. Pop in and indulge in some great food, great music and enjoy the garden bar on a sunny day.
The Slug and LettuceThe Slug and Lettuce
The Slug and Lettuce
The Slug and Lettuce
This smart restaurant and bar chain serves up a fabulous cocktail range and a delicious food menu. There are a total of 70 Slug & Lettuces’ across the UK, offering great music and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Old Thameside InnOld Thameside Inn
Old Thameside Inn
Old Thameside Inn
Located right on the pretty riverside, The Old Thames Side pub is true to its name. Enjoy a nice meal on the terrace overlooking the river and dig in to classic pub food. The bar is always stocked with ales, exquisite gins, warming whiskies and fine wines.
The Anchor on BanksideThe Anchor on Bankside
The Anchor on Bankside
The Anchor on Bankside
The Anchor Bankside is situated on one of the most historical reaches of the Thames. With a great food menu and historical background, it's not one to be missed. Make sure you stop by to grab a pint and learn about the pub's fascinating past.
St Christopher’s Inn PubSt Christopher’s Inn Pub
St Christopher’s Inn Pub
St Christopher’s Inn Pub
St Christopher's Inn dates back to horse drawn carriages bound for the south coast, stopping for the night to allow travellers to recharge. Today this traditional coaching inn is a sanctuary for weary Londoners and travellers alike, serving up a food menu packed full of Great British favourites using fresh produce from Borough Market.
WheatsheafWheatsheaf
Wheatsheaf
Wheatsheaf
The Wheatsheaf is a vibrant Youngs pub by the river Thames in the heart of Borough. The pub serves modern British market food & real ale from a VW campervan on the terrace.
The ShipThe Ship
The Ship
The ShipDeveloper / Surfer
Come down to The Ship for freshly-cooked pub classics, a delicious BBQ and some great Fuller’s beer. With table football, darts and a secret garden, there’s something on offer for everyone.
The Mug HouseThe Mug House
The Mug House
The Mug House
Just around the corner from Borough Market, the Mug House is popular with foodies, wine buffs and beer lovers alike. It's historical interior makes it one worth checking out! Enjoy a great meal or a perfect pint in the warm and genuine surroundings of their dining room and characterful bar.

Attractions

The London Bridge ExperienceThe London Bridge Experience
The London Bridge Experience
The London Bridge Experience
One of London’s top tourist attractions, you’ll find the London Bridge Experience on Tooley Street opposite the tube station. It’s home to the world famous immersive shows, where guests laugh, scream and cheer their way through 2,000 years London Bridge’s history and the strength of the area. You’ll be taken on a journey of this exciting area from the Roman invasion, Queen Boudica’s rebel army, and the Great Fire of London in 1666 - though the bridge always rose again to the marvel it is today.
Southwark CathedralSouthwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral is noted as William Shakespeare’s workplace parish church and where Dickens spent his Wednesday evenings with the bell ringers. Enjoy the Churchyard, herb garden and Courtyard café. The Cathedral is the oldest Gothic church building in London. Free Entry.
The Clink Prison MuseumThe Clink Prison Museum
The Clink Prison Museum
The Clink Prison Museum
A place where criminals were once housed. The Clink was a prison in Southwark, England, which operated from the 12th century until 1780. It is now a medieval museum where visitors will learn all about this scandalous truth of Old Bankside through a hands-on educational experience.
Golden HindeGolden Hinde
Golden Hinde
Golden Hinde
Become a 16th century explorer for the day and climb aboard the Golden Hinde, a full-sized reconstruction of the ship Sir Francis Drake used to travel the globe in 1577. Located in historic Bankside, explorers are able to explore the decks for hidden treasures, raise the ship's anchor or just simply soak in the atmosphere.
Three Doors ProductionsThree Doors Productions
Three Doors Productions
Three Doors Productions
Enjoy their Cloak and Dagger Tour from The George

UK Solidarity Fund!

All money made will go to the UK Solidarity Fund, a charity where all proceeds help victims of terror attacks in our country. This day is all about charity and giving back to the community. Throughout the day, you’ll see team members from the British Red Cross walking around with donation buckets. We would really appreciate your generosity, even if it’s pennies.