Beer and wine will all be flowing at the O2 on Sunday.
The O2 is known for its classic and intimate atmosphere, and is home to the legendary Royal Exchange bar, The Lighthouse.
Beer and cider will be available at the bars, too.
A number of other bars and restaurants will also be open, including a few that haven’t had their taps tapped before.
Here are the highlights of Sunday’s events: 1.
The Royal Exchange Bar: The Royal Exchange Bar is one of the oldest bars in the city, but it’s been open for over 100 years.
It’s got a big, old pub feel, with old leather couches, and it’s a great place to relax after a hard day at work.
Get in touch with your local bar staff at The Exchange Bar, or contact the bar for more information.
The bar will also have a selection of cocktails on tap, and on tap.
The Lighthouses: There’s a lot to love about this waterfront pub, and you’ll have to take our word for it.
It features a beautiful and well-appointed interior, and has a full bar, including plenty of great beer on tap – the most popular being the Royal Exchange.
The bars will also offer some of the best craft beer in London.
The Haunt: This will be the last of the traditional bars in London to close, but there’s something for everyone here.
There will be a selection from a range of beers, including the new and seasonal Royal Exchange beer, as well as some of our favourite beers from the last 10 years.
You can also grab some of their best drinks from the pub.
The Gourmet: We love to hear from our readers about their favourite local businesses, and this will be no exception.
Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned veteran, the Gourmet will be welcoming you.
The staff will be on hand to help you make an appointment, and they’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about your business.
The Black Cat: This has become a regular fixture in our city, and one of our favourites.
It has a wonderful vibe and is the perfect place to grab some great cocktails.
We suggest grabbing a glass of the Royal Exchanges beer, and grabbing some of its other popular drinks from The Exchange.
The Lounge: You’re going to love this spot.
It feels like you’re right on the water, surrounded by the lovely, serene harbour.
It will have a fantastic beer list, and have a number of craft cocktails on offer.
The Dandy: This is one that we’ve always wanted to try.
It is an iconic pub, with a lot of history and a very special atmosphere.
We’re looking forward to seeing you here on Sunday!
The Bowery: The Bowersy is a favourite among locals and visitors alike.
We’ve always had a love for this old watering hole, and we can’t wait to see you there!
The atmosphere is great, and the beer list is well-curated.
The Corner: It’s a bit of a different type of bar.
It doesn’t have a pub feel to it, and so it’s not as easy to find an enjoyable pint, or a cocktail.
It also isn’t as easy on the eyes, so we’re looking forwards to seeing that this is the best pub in London on Sunday, too!
The Bands: It can get crowded at times, but the bands are always entertaining.
You’ll be able to check out all the bands that are playing over the weekend.
We recommend grabbing some great beer, from the Royal, and The Exchange and finding the perfect band for your mood.
The Wharf: This bar has been a regular in the area for decades, and our favourite time of year to hang out with friends.
There’s an abundance of different types of food and drink, from fish and chips to burgers and more.
The menu also includes a selection the best burgers and burgers from the past 10 years, as you can see.
The Shops: We know that London is a busy place, but we still love to shop.
There are a number places in the O1 that will be open on Sunday too, and there are lots of places to buy everything from clothes to furniture.
There is also a great selection of music to enjoy as you shop, and some great local gigs too.
The Tidal Wave: It may not be the most iconic of venues, but this is a place where you can come for an intimate dinner.
You might have to go for a longer visit, but at least it will be relaxing, and a great spot to grab a pint and grab a couple of drinks before heading home.
The Big House: This isn’t really an O1 venue, but is