Opening hours: Saturday 1200-2200
Other days: Sunday 1200-2000, Friday 1700-2200
Official site: https://www.bonedaddies.com/
Last updated: 02/03/2019
No, it's not a bar, it's a restaurant. But Bone Daddies is located in what feels like the midpoint of the Mile, with the hotspots of Druid and Enid Streets in one direction and Almond Road in the other. And if you don't have something to eat soon, you're probably going to make yourself poorly. So, take a break for some lunch.
Bone Daddies is a chain of ramen restaurants, with about half a dozen branches spread across London. The Bermondsey branch, in keeping with the artisanal nature of the Mile, is the chain's research and development kitchen - they play around with new recipes here and use diners as guinea pigs to see how they work. As such, the menus can be a little variable, but you're always guaranteed the usual Japanese bar snacks (edamame, fried chicken, soft shell crab) and multiple varieties of ramen, including vegan variants using mushroom stock rather than the traditional bones. If you absolutely must have another beer, they've got a mixture of craft (eg London Beer Factory) and industrial (eg Asahi) on offer. Though you might be better off with a nice green tea, as you've got a lot of walking coming up.