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  • Recommend me: bar in London Bridge suitable for first date
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    Will scope the area out on the way home 2nite but wondering what suggestions London-based STW would make?
    Got a (first) date next week and looking for somewhere comfortable and friendly, quiet enough to be able to have a proper conversation but not without any atmosphere at all. Don’t like chains, would prefer a one-off pub or bar. Is there anything in Hays Galleria or should I trundle down to Borough?

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    I haven’t been to Hays Galleria for ages but there definitely was a bar in there. Balls Brothers?? (Memory not what it used to be).

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    Back Doors Inn

    Old Oaks Inn

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    On a first date? 😉

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    Back doors? For a first date? Sounds like a classy girl!

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    Damn you CFH!

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    Drac – I’d be a fool not to see what you did there 😉

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    How about a nice meal? I mean, it’s not too far away, so you could take her up the Oxo Tower….

    Premier Icon MrSmith
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    beadales in borough market for wine. or if you like beer the rake, or more female friendly the brew wharf place as they do wine there.

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    i forgot the tapas bar on the corner just past natwest bank . think it’s called brindisi

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    Yay. 2 helpful answers!

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    Let me guess – you want to go to Hays Galleria so you can make a cheeky visit to the bike shop on Toolley St. That’s not going to get you a second date!

    How about the Raymond Review Bar in Soho?

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    zakudia by Southwark Bridge (bottom of Ofcom building).

    Unless it’s another mental banker.

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    I went to Raymonds about 8 years ago. My mate fell asleep he was so bored.

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    Davys wine bar on tooley st.

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    If it’s a nice day (unlikely I know) cross over to the city side of the bridge and go to the Regatta – It’s moored a 2 min walk from the bridge on the west side. Sitting on the top deck watching the sun go down and the twinkling lights of London could be quite romantic

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