The Grand Union Brixton has one of London's largest beer gardens, with four 'tree houses', which can be privately hired for groups up to 16 people. Styled in vintage flock wallpaper, with ornaments and lights from the sixties, The Grand Union Brixton provides locals with a place to party until the early hours.
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The Grand Union
123 Acre LaneBrixtonLondonSW2 5UA
- +44 (0)20 7274 8794
- Public transport:
- Clapham North, Underground
Came here for a Rekeordelig cider event. They'd decked half of the HUGE garden out in flowers. So many flowers. Twas gorgeous!
I believe the outdoor huts are a permanent feature of the garden too - they are very lovely - especially for a slightly grubby part of London.
The bar itself inside also seemed really nice on our way out. Gutted we couldn't have stayed longer but would definitely...more
FYI review for the Rekorderlig event:10/10 for the set-up, it was amazing! Obviously the cider was great but the food was the only thing that let it down a bit (and the weather but what can you do!?). The beef canapé was pretty horrible and there was a delay on the other nibbles, so we were all pretty peckish. Having said that the Swedish burger looked amazing even though we didn't get a...more
When there's a game on, you can expect this place to be completely packed. Once they were bouncing people at the door because it was too crowded!
The garden is really cool in the summer. Lots of nooks and crannies between the treehouses, firepit, picnic tables, and other assorted seating areas. Haven't been during the winter yet, but apparently they roll out these Moroccan tents to cover...more
Amazing pub with one of the best beer gardens I have EVER seen. With little tiling themed huts, red Chinese lanterns, comfortable seats a large stone table with yes a fire pit in the middle, and TV's everywhere (so great for watching sports). Happy hour is until 8 with a selection of cocktails that are buy one get one free (and which are extremely tasty). Food seems quite expensive, but you...more
Despite being a chain, this probably competes with the Camden version for the 'best in category' award for the finest Grand Union.
If only for the garden. It's huge. Really, huge. With a giant screen for the sports, little thai huts to make a private party even more, well, private, and an open fire pit is a great touch.
It finds itself somewhat between two mindsets - you'll find the...more