Our doors are open on:
|SunSunday:||12:00 – 16:00|
|MonMonday:||11:00 – 22:00|
|TueTuesday:||11:00 – 23:00|
|WedWednesday:||11:00 – 23:00|
|ThuThursday:||11:00 – 23:00|
|FriFriday:||11:00 – 23:00|
|SatSaturday:||11:00 – 23:00|
We are available for private hire any day of the week.
This hidden gem, a short walk from London Bridge, is London’s first real wine bar opened in 1964 by John Davy trading as a Free Vintner – a privilege granted by the Worshipful Company of Vintners. Brimming with genuine character and jovial service, it has the feel of a private members club (for ladies and gentleman) and is home to some of the most original private rooms in the area. Best quality meats hand carved off the bone, Donald Russell’s award winning steak, superfood salads and delicious seasonal dishes cater for discerning customers. All polished off with a substantial British cheese board and sticky puds. Our wine list boasts a large number of rare vintages alongside an extensive range from Davy’s Wine Merchant cellars.
Food & Wine
Our Executive Chef Sean Davies sources fresh, seasonal and quality ingredients from a number of trusted local suppliers. All our wines are supplied by Davy’s wine merchants and selected by James Davy and the wine buying team.
Boot & Flogger10-20 Redcross Way Southwark London SE1 1TA
For general enquiries and bookings please call us on 020 7407 1184 orSend us a message
- London Underground London Bridge (6 mins)
- National Rail London Bridge (6 mins)
From London Bridge station, cross Borough High Street onto Southwark Street, and follow it for a short while before turning left onto Redcross Way. The Boot & Flogger is approximately half way along on the right hand side.
Private Dining Rooms
- Private Rooms: 10, 14, Semi-private: 22, 34 seated, 70-80 standing.
- Exclusive Hire: 250-300 (including courtyard)
It's not just the political and legal set who hide away in the original private spaces here. On three different levels, with an outside courtyard, these are wonderfully unique areas for tastings, weddings and all manner of partying.