Stone Bar, Honor Oak Park, Thamesmead

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Stone Bar
Stone Bar, 68-70 Honor Oak Park, Thamesmead
London  SE23 1DY
+44 (0) 20 8291 1447
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This bar has late license, cocktails, a wine bar.

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Chandos is in Brockley Rise, less than ¼ mile from Stone Bar

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Local restaurants

Donde is a Spanish restaurant in Honor Oak Park, less than ¼ mile from Stone Bar

Babur Brasserie is an expensive Indian restaurant at 119 Brockley Rise, less than ¼ mile away. It provides terrace

Le Querce is an expensive Italian restaurant in Brockley Rise, less than ¼ mile from Stone Bar. All of La Querce's friendly staff are Italian and all food is home-made using fresh ingredients direct from Italy and chosen by the chef. There are always daily specials on offer including the lunch time offer which includes Pasta and Bruschetta.

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