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Local places in Southwark London

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I am traveling to London with two 20-something family members for a few days in October, and I am looking for a decent area to stay. All of my previous times to London I have stayed with a family member who has a place in Shepherd's Bush, and I do like that area due to the neighborhood feel and the many restaurants and pubs along the road up to Holland Park, etc.

This time I need to find a hotel, and I thought Southwark might be a good area to stay due to the proximity to transit, attractions, etc. But I was wondering what the pub (local) and restaurant scene was like there. Are there any decent low-key neighborhood pubs and restaurants, or has it been over-run by corporate places? We really only need a place to sleep at night, and grab a pint before we hit the beds. I don't recall the last time i ventured beyond the new Tate.

Thanks!

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