One of South London's favourite gastro pubs celebrates its 10th year of being open this summer, which brings with it a celebration of events and a return to old times to mark the occasion. The Garrison pub near London Bridge opened on the 7th August 2003 and has been serving its unique style of rustic cuisine and creative community ambience ever since.
There will be a variety of anniversary celebrations throughout August, kicking off on Monday 5th when The Garrison will be serving its original menu from 2003 (until Saturday 10th August). This flashback to the past showcases their cosy gastro pub classics with a twist such as Roast Quail with celeriac & apple remoulade, bean & walnut salad. As well as this expect some other foodie delights from just £4 (the original menu prices too!).
There's also screenings of some of the best box office hits and indie favourites from 2003 at The Garrison's very own private cinema every Sunday throughout August. You'll catch the Ewan McGregor hit Big Fish, Lost in Translation staring Bill Murray and many more. Films start at 7.30pm every Sunday, with free admission and complimentary popcorn so be sure to guarantee your spot early. The best way to do so is head down for Sunday lunch and soak up the The Garrison while celebrating 10 years of rustic charm.
Here's to many more!