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LMNH has been serving coffee, fixing bikes, and showing Le Tour at the famous Old Street café since 2010. And new this year, the London Bridge pop-up has opened, too. Enjoy a drink overlooking the Thames with the action on TV throughout the week.
Café: 49 Old Street, EC1V 9HX
Pop-up: The Pier, Hays Lane, London Bridge SE1 2HB
The Dynamo is a cafe, pizza restaurant, and a home for locals and cyclists in Putney and Balham. In the mornings you’ll find great coffee and awesome breakfasts, then in the evening and at lunch they serve wonderful wood-fired, sourdough pizzas, small plates, healthy salads and an even healthier range of craft beers!
Balham: 16-18 Ritherdon Road, London, SW17 8QD
Located on Deptford High Street within close walking distance of New Cross, Goldsmiths and Brockley, London Velo is the place to be for coffee, breakfast bagels and more in the South East. They’re showing each and every stage of this year’s Tour… and you can get your bike serviced whilst you hang out, too.
In the heart of Greenwich centre, Belushi’s is the Home of International Sports – making it the perfect place to follow each stage of the Tour. At Belushi’s you can also enjoy live music and beer pong after you watch the race. This place is particularly good for students!
A cosy pub in Balham with three giant screens and projectors to bring you each stage of the Tour. The Regent also boats a sunny outdoor terrace where you can enjoy one of their signature burgers and a beer or cocktail.
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