Bradley’s is an establishment – it’s been around for over 50 years and before that it used to be a gentleman’s club… or a brothel – the bartender wasn’t sure but then was there much difference at the time? Probably not. Either way, you can tell that this place has seen some sh*t.
It’s tiny, with all sorts of things up on the walls and something about it that makes you not want to leave anytime soon – that could be their (wicked) original 1972 jukebox playing a selection of rock/blues 7”s.
The bar downstairs opens at 5pm and it’s got even more going on than upstairs – do get stuck into their great beer selection, including several Spanish beers (it’s one of the only places that you can drink Mahou on tap in London), and do try a Tequila Sangrita (a shot of tequila followed by a shot of spicy tomato juice). They’re not wasting time on food – this is a classic boozer. Small but perfectly formed!