Waterloo Tap, SE1 8RL

This small pub opened in early 2016 in a railway arch on Sutton Walk, close to Waterloo Station. It's part of a small chain which also includes the Euston Tap.

Seating is mostly on high stools at a few tables, and there's also some seating outside the arch for smokers.

The 26 taps (6 cask, 20 keg) serve a changing range of mostly British "craft" ales, with usually a real cider, a few imports, and the occasional real lager. Beers and prices are displayed on two screens either side of the bar. There is also a limited range of craft beer in cans.

When secretlondon visited in June 2016, the draught prices ranged from £3.60 to £6.20 a pint. Background music was playing, pop rock and metal (Guns n Roses etc).

They do crisps and scotch eggs.

Accessibility: There is step-free access throughout, and the one toilet is disabled-friendly with ample room for wheelchair users.

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Last visited by the 2016 Waterloo And City Line Pub Crawl, December 2016. Opening hours taken from the Waterloo Tap website, June 2016.
OS X co-ord: 530902 OS Y co-ord: 180102 (Latitude: 51.504698 Longitude: -0.115327)
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