The Jolly Gardener is a pub that serves a variety of sizzling dishes and also caters for vegetarians. Outside seating is provided on the pavement.
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Although this is my local and my friends and I tend to go there quite regularly, this is not the best pub in London. It is however one of the best in Putney.
It is quite pleasant and I do like the Deco and drinks selection. Watch out for the annual cider festival in the summer - this is always a good week!
It's a very friendly and warm place that offers board games and sock monkey...more
A cool pub. Nice atmosphere inside, although it can get a bit crowded. It has a deceptive amount of space and lots of comfy seats. The outside area is spacious and full of healthy looking plants.
I first came here 3 or so years ago when Putney was Austin and Evil's favourite place, and now I've been a few times recently since Luke moved into the area, and it hasn't really changed. The food...more
Located in a quiet surburb of Putney, the Jolly Gardeners is one of my favourite pubs in the capital. It has the feel of a local pub somewhere deep in the country and is unique in that it offers arts and crafts with your pint. On certain days of the week, drinkers can go home with their own handcrafted sock-puppet whilst the quiz on a Tuesday is great as it offers a beer-tasting round.
One of the better pubs in Putney which seems to have something on every night of the week.
Monday: £10-a-bottle wine deals
Tuesday: Pub quiz
Wednesday: craftwork night - jewellery and model-making
Saturday: a DJ
So far, so normal - but how many other pubs hold a themed sock monkey competition on the last Sunday of every month?
None that my sock monkey can think of.
As well as the...more
The Jolly Gardener is one of my favourite pubs in Putney. It has a funky décor: a mixture of old tables and sofas mixed with modern decorations and art. A range of board games are available to play, as well as an old fashioned table top arcade game.
The serve a range of great beers such as Budvar, Sierra Nevada, Fruli, and also a range of real ales. The food is good, but more fancy than...more