Wi-Fi HotSpots in Tooley Street.

Tooley Street is part of hidden London, those places known to Londoners but rarely fully appreciated by visitors to the metropolis.

Tooley Street has changed dramatically in the last 30 years and is now full of restaurants, bars and small parks. It is a pleasant area to visit and work in.

One added bonus to Tooley Street is the proliferation of WiFi hotspots which rarely feature in contemporary guides.

This short post should help visitors appreciate what Tooley Street and London Bridge have to offer for the 21st century.

Pub and Eateries.

The Cooperage and Skinkers offer a pleasant place to rest with excellent WiFi facilities. A simple registration is required.

The Gaucho restaurant has fine Argentinian cuisine with extensive and secure WiFi.

The Red Bull studio gives you wings, plenty of coverage. Logon details at the reception.

The Tuli restaurant provides TheCloud service and lovely cuisine. Registration required.

The Bridge Lounge, again offers TheCloud.

Absolutely Starving have a secure and fast connection whilst you eat, for free.

Vivat Bacchus wireless is free for customers.

Amano at Potters Fields has free wireless whilst sitting in the park.

Chains.

The London bridge area has many coffee shops and sandwich bars, both Pret A Manger and Starbucks offer Wi-Fi facilities in their establishments.

Others.

Tower Paintball has free wireless for clients, ask at the reception.

Wireless is available at the Unicorn Theatre in the cafe area.

37 degrees has fast wireless for the health conscious.

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