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Tuesday 16 December 2014 3.38pm
Apologies if there is a thread already about this, I couldnt find one using the search.

Does anyone know what SE1 pubs are open on Christmas Day this year? Not necessarily for food, more just for pints.

I think the Pommellers Rest on Tower Bridge Rd was open last year from 12 until 4, but that's all I heard about.
Tuesday 16 December 2014 3.42pm
I know that The Royal Oak and the Thomas a Becket are both open.

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Tuesday 16 December 2014 4.08pm
Cool, I'll give them a call to confirm their hours.

Or are they all only allowed to open from 12 to 4?
Tuesday 16 December 2014 4.24pm
I know that the Grange is open on Christmas Day too
Tuesday 16 December 2014 5.33pm
In years past, the Angel in Rotherhithe has been open for a cheeky pint on Xmas Day. Not SE1, but a nice (bracing) walk along the river to just-inside-SE16.
Wednesday 17 December 2014 12.09am
Usually the Marigold on Bermondsey Street, just by Bermondsey Square is open on Christmas Day until lunchtime for a cheeky pint or two...
Friday 19 December 2014 10.28am
When you say open until lunchtime, do you mean they're open a bit earlier than midday...?
Friday 19 December 2014 10.41am
Making a list here too:

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Sunday 21 December 2014 8.13am
The Pommeler's Rest is open 11am to 5pm Xmas day
Sunday 21 December 2014 11.29am
The Prince of Wales is open to
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