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Wine Bar Update

In accordance with the national lockdown, we are temporarily closed. We are still currently taking bookings for December for festive celebrations. We look forward to welcoming you back soon.

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Outdoor Wining and Dining

Get out and about at our terraces, from Royal Greenwich in the East to Covent Garden, in the heart of the West End.

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Sunday Lunch

Join us for a true British tradition from midday on Sundays, and enjoy our classic roast lunch with all the trimmings. Available at The Boot & Flogger in London Bridge and Davy’s Wine Vaults in Greenwich.

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October Offers

This October we raising a glass to our favourite number… six! Get six people together for that long overdue catch up and head to your local Davy’s wine bar. We have some great offers running this months for your to enjoy.

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Your dream wine cellar

For many it’s the stuff of dreams: a cellar full of vintage Bordeaux, Burgundy, Barolo, Napa and Champagne to choose from on a weekly basis.

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Beaujolais Nouveau

Beaujolais Nouveau is famously released on the third Thursday of November every year. On Thursday 19th November 2020, try it before anyone else.

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More gold medals

We are delighted to announce we have scooped awards with Five Gold, Four Silver and Five Bronze medals at the Sommelier Wine Award 2020.

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The Rising Sun

It was just off the Strand where it all began. Our first “wine house”, The Rising Sun, opened its doors in 1870 at a time when the area around Strand and Covent Garden was undergoing huge change.

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Wine Bar Reopenings

Find out which of our wine bars are open and latest opening hours.

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New menu and ordering

We are looking forward to serving you your favourite food and wine again.  You will still find our best-loved classics, but we have removed a number of other dishes so that there are fewer people in the kitchen at any one time and ordering and payment is now via mobile.

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Keep Calm and Carry On!

If ever a photograph symbolised the philosophy of Keep Calm and Carry On, it is this one, with the lady on her hands and knees cleaning the steps to be ready for service, while men inspect bomb damage just a few feet away.

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Davy's Old Wallop

Most people in the wine trade love a beer too, so it was perhaps only a matter…

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