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Friday 18 September 2009 12.58pm
The Beehive is a big pub, no fights in there.they have all the sky thingies on in there.been taken over by new owners and they seem to be trying really hard.
bartholomew street, they advertised in the southwark news this week.
Friday 18 September 2009 11.28pm
Ruse is very good for football especially if Liverpool are playing, the manager is a massive red and has promoted it to London based Liverpool fans (don't be put off if you're not a Liverpool fan as the clientele is very friendly) . Reasonable beer prices too.
Thursday 4 August 2011 5.26am
Rileys Fanzone has the biggest screens in London, making it a really great place for watching football!
Thursday 4 August 2011 8.30am
whoops double posted below
Thursday 4 August 2011 8.31am
Where is RUse? I like the dEAN Swift - all the other places I have been to that have been mentioned have been too aggressive for me and my (female season ticket holding footie loving) friends. Rileys looks a bit pikey
Thursday 4 August 2011 11.43am
Julia7239 wrote:
Where is RUse? I like the dEAN Swift - all the other places I have been to that have been mentioned have been too aggressive for me and my (female season ticket holding footie loving) friends. Rileys looks a bit pikey

Corner of Borough High Street and Great Suffolk Street, almost opposite Borough Police Station
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