Residents in Borough, Kennington, Dulwich and Greenwich will be able to enjoy a drink in Young’s beer gardens from April 12, writes Simon Throssell…
Following the news that four Southwark Wetherspoons pubs plan to reopen on April 12, South London-based pub chain Young’s have published their own list.
The fourteen pubs in Southwark with outdoor space are:
- Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge
- Cherry Tree in Grove Vale, Dulwich
- Coach and Horses, Greenwich
- Cutty Sark, Greenwich
- Enderby House, Greenwich
- Founder’s Arms, Bankside
- Old Brewery, Greenwich
- Richard the First, Greenwich
- The Clockhouse, East Dulwich
- Wheatsheaf, Borough
- White Bear, Kennington
- Wood House, Dulwich
- Woolpack, Bermondsey
Unlike previous regulations, there will be no 10 pm curfew nor will customers need to order a substantial meal with alcohol.
However, people must order, eat and drink while seated outdoors.
Gillian McLaren, Young’s marketing director, said: “We’re excited to be reopening our outside spaces from April 12 for an open-air, all-weather affair for a summer of togetherness at Young’s.
“Our gardens come with stretched tents, heaters, outdoor bars and a fabulous new Burger Shack menu with some exciting new plant alternatives alongside our classics.”
She added: “Pubs are where we get together to celebrate, commiserate, catch-up with friends and family, sink a pint after work – we’re at the heart of our local communities and it’s one of the things people have missed most.”
Customers are able to book an outside table by visiting the website of each pub.