6 reviews of gladstone arms in English
Its my favourite London night out so far, excellent selection of bands and great publicity via their facebook page. The bands seem to queue up to get on at this venue and the place can be packed. Beer is great too, didn't get a chance to try the pies. The music write-ups on their facebook page ("The Glad") are excellent, so if you want to hear hot'n'happening folk and country and all kinds of other great live music (no, I'm not a folk or country fan, but this is something else), check it out. Its run by musicians and its a great asset to life in SE1.
Apart from the great beers and ales, Private living room bands on tap...my lord you must try the awesome pies. I think there's about 6 types, all delicious with the best mash and gravey! enjoy kids!
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This pub has a really nice feel to it. The music is great but nothing I had ever heard before. The lighting and decor is good too. The have cornish ales and the selection of pieminister pies looked interesting, shame I arrived at the wrong time of day to enjoy them.
Has a big screen for sport but doesn’t feel like the kind of place I’d watch a match, but I don’t mean that in a bad way. I know a few pubs around Borough station but this is definately the best I’ve found so far!
A brilliant pub. With a great band who live upstairs. I think they own the pub, I’m not sure. But they’re called something like mystic mood orchestra or something and they were fab.
It’s very out of the way, if you come from London Bridge as we did. It was quite a shock to realise how close to Borough station this place is so get off there instead.
It’s the perfect pub for sitting outside and catching up with friends. But without the band it might just be an average pub so I’d find out when they were on next. They do beer out of cans and cheap white wine, but you’ll have a great time if you want somewhere of the beaten track.
This is a real neighbourhood find, you feel as though you are seated in your neighbours front room which has a bar fitted at one end. This place is tiny and gets rammed at weekends and most week nights too. Friendly staff and a variety of different bottled and cask beers. Occasional bands but more a boozer that you can happily wile away an evening or alternatively a Sunday. Great staff, board games and if you are waiting for a late date a number of books to amuse you.
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