Fancy enjoying a pint with friends, celebrating the reopening of pubs and supporting local businesses at the same time? This list might help you do so.
Covid-19 has hit nearly every business unprecedently hard, and pubs and pubgoers alike will be eagerly awaiting May 17, when the latest step in the Government’s relaxing of Covid restrictions.
This means all licensed pubs, bars, restaurants and other attractions can once again reopen indoors, joining those in hospitality with outdoor provisions who partially reopened last month.
Local establishments such as independent bars and pubs have been hit harder financially than most, and with no parent company to bail them out are more reliant on their local communities.
So public houses in Bexley need your help more than ever as they bid to recover from the pandemic.
And there is no shortage of independent venues offering some cracking pints, locations and prices and full of friendly atmosphere.
So if you’re wondered where you might find your closest local independent pub, bar or micropub, far away from a Wetherspoons, have a look at our list of all the establishments in the borough of Bexley.
All the following are thought to be open as of Monday, May 17, just get in touch with them to book. And enjoy!
Alma – 10 Alma Road
Bar 97 – 97 Main Road
Halfway House – 188C Halfway Street
Hangar – 37 The Oval
Hoppers Hut – 1 Invicta Parade, Sidcup High Street
Iron Horse (formerly Metro) – 122 Station Road
Seven Stars -Foots Cray High Street
White Cross Inn – 146 North Cray Road
Albany Hotel – 13 Steynton Avenue, Albany Park
Silver Fox Micro Pub – 9 Montpelier Avenue
Tanyards Lane – 61-63 Bexley High Street
Kings Head – 65 Bexley High Street
Millers Arms – 81 Bexley High Street
Railway Tavern – 38 Bexley High Street
Kings Arms – 156 Broadway
Arcadia Lounge Bar & Club – 247 Broadway
Blend – 272-274 Broadway
Elegance Lounge (Real China) – 167 Broadway
The Boathouse – Danson Park, Danson Road
Kentish Belle – 8 Pickford Lane Bexleyheath
Lord Hill (Formerly Coach House) – 40 Watling Street
nYne – 267 Broadway (However, nYne is understood to be closing permanently)
Prince Albert – 2 Broadway
Robin Hood & Little John – 78 Lion Road
Rose – 179 Broadway
Royal Oak – 68 Mount Road
Volunteer PH – 46 Church Road
Zingara – 295 Broadway
Brewers Arms – 22 Brook Street
Corner Pin – Slade Green Road
Duke Of Northumberland – 322 Bexley Road
Erith Playhouse – Erith High Street
The Exchange – The Old Library, Walnut Tree Rd
Join The Herd – 68 Hailey Road
Running Horses – Erith High Street
The Ship – 110 West Street
White Hart (formerly Potion) – 44 Erith High Street
Eardley Arms – 44 Woolwich Road
Fox – 79 Nuxley Road
Great Harry – 99 Parsonage Manorway
Halfway House – 165 Lower Road
Prince Of Wales – 13a Woolwich Road
Village Inn – 104 Nuxley Road
Door Hinge – 11 Welling High Street
Falconwood Social Club – 1 Falconwood Avenue
Foresters Arms – Upper Wickham Lane
Green Man -168 Wickham Street
Guy Earl Of Warwick – Park View Road
The Hangar – 35 Bellegrove Road
Rose And Crown – 15 Welling High Street
Dukes Head – 53 Crayford High Street
Geoffrey Whitworth Theatre – 15a Beech Walk
One Bell – 170 Old Road
Penny Farthing – 3 Waterside Parade
Bird & Barrell – 100 Barnehurst Road
The Broken Drum – 308 Westwood Lane
Footscray Social Club, Ground Floor function room – 23-27 Cray Road