Pubs can open until 1am over the four-day weekend and Young’s breweries are hosting a series of dinners, events and parties, serving its Jubilee special beer, a vibrant blonde All Ale the Queen.
The brewery has no fewer than 220 pubs in London and the South-east to choose from.
If your name’s Elizabeth or any derivation of the royal name, you can claim a complimentary Tanqueray Berry Royale between May 30 and June 5.
So what’s on at Young’s pubs?
On Friday June 3, at the Oyster Shed by London Bridge, head chef Natalie Coleman is serving up a celebration meal, with a focus on the best from land and sea, paired with English sparkling wine from Nyetimber at £49 per head.
Highlights include Chase English Vodka cured sea trout with gooseberries and heritage beetroot.
Go to www.oystershed.co.uk for full details.
Also on June 3, Richard 1st in Greenwich has an 18-piece live jazz festival playing.
In Wandsworth on June 4, The County Arms has a three course banquet inspired by the Queen’s favourite dishes.
Afternoon tea will also be served on June 1 and 2.
Pic: The Big Jubilee Tea Dance at London Bridge