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Saturday 18 April 2020 9.00am
I fancy treating myself to a professionally made coffee. Is anywhere still open
Saturday 18 April 2020 9.55am
Caffe Latino in Tower Bridge Road (where the climbing shop used to be).

Also - just into SE17, the Mercato Metropolitano coffee kiosk in Walworth Road (Elephant Park) was open when I passed last week.

Plus Sista Barista in Westminster Bridge Road

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Saturday 18 April 2020 11.18am
Thanks James. I passed Caffe Latino open the other day, so that's good to know it wasn't just a one-off.
Saturday 18 April 2020 11.23am
Two in Bermondsey Street - including F***offee. But be prepared for a long queue - obviously there's a lot of people who regard coffee as essential shopping.
Saturday 18 April 2020 6.43pm
Joe the Juice in Southwark Street - but app orders only. Also, other side of the Wobbly Bridge - Mangio near St Paul's and Leon in Cheapside.
Sunday 19 April 2020 11.23am
James - Tower Mangal is open for take away only

https://towermangal.co.uk/
Monday 20 April 2020 9.10am
Mercato Metropolitano main site on Newington Causeway also open for coffee, though it wasn't very good when I went a few weeks back.
Monday 20 April 2020 9.28am
bird's hill coffee on disney place/marshalsea is open till about 4 every day bar sunday.
Monday 20 April 2020 10.50am
Cafe Amisha on Grange Road is doing takeaway coffee.
Monday 20 April 2020 3.41pm
Greensmith on Lower Marsh is open for groceries and still serve coffee take away and it's good (it;s Coleman's beans)
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