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If you're planning a night out in London, what better place to start than right here, at your Grange hotel? Whether you're sinking sake in the Grange City hotel sushi bar, or relaxing in the Tower Bar at Grange Tower Bridge, the best place to start is right where you're staying. Come on down, order a round and plan your evening from the comfort of our luxurious and friendly bars.
Still looking for a venture out to see what London has to offer? Check out our other favourite local watering holes that are right on our doorstep. Grange Tower Bridge Hotel is ideally located to offer the bustle of central London and the flavour and style unique to the south side of the river.
Find the Hide hidden down a side street near London Bridge. Cocktails are the name of the game here, expertly crafted with a strong focus on quality. Hide Bar even has its very own library of cocktail books if you're interested in learning a little more about the subtle art of mixology.
A long and elegant bar, surrounded by chesterfield sofas under soft lighting sets the stage, creating the ideal atmosphere for sipping and socialising. As a seated only bar, there's always an intimate atmosphere with booking recommended to make sure you get a table.
This pub near Tower Bridge has an air of scruffy beauty to it. Charming net curtains are strung halfway down the ceiling-high windows and a dozen pieces of vintage china are mounted above the bar. Between the dark wood doorframes and etched windows, it's hard to escape the cosy sense of shabby respectability.
The food menu sources many of its ingredients from the local Borough Market, so you'll be spoilt for delicious local flavour. With a good mix of ales and cocktails, this pub is ideal for a more mature audience looking for laid back drinks, taking a date, celebrating with friends or just enjoying the beauty of the cocktail.
The Dickens Inn pub near Tower Bridge has a long and intriguing history intertwined with Charles Dickens and East London heritage. This three storey pub by the Thames has two lovely beer gardens with fresh flowers, dining tables, and views of St Katharine docks. The interior is equally picturesque with antique furniture and airy décor across all three stories.
They have a rich drinks selection and plenty of well-kept ales across a broad range. The food menu offers a good range of pub food, speciality steaks, and delicious fresh fish. All in all, a great family-friendly pub to enjoy on a sunny afternoon.
The tale of a once cherished local being demolished and turned into flats is too often told today. So it's heartening that the Gladstone Arms, or Glad as it is fondly known, escaped this unhappy fate. Having been condemned to the wrecking ball in 2016, reopened six months later after being declared an asset of community value.
The new Glad has all the charm and appeal of the old Glad, but with a refreshed, refurbished atmosphere. If you're looking for a good selection of ales, some up-close live music and cosy atmosphere, you've found the right place.
No matter where you end up, you can always end the night right here, back where you started. One little nightcap back at the Tower Bar and then off to bed. Save yourself a long journey home and take advantage of our dinner, bed and breakfast offer at our Grange Tower Bridge hotel, located close by on Tower Hill.