The Trinity Arms
45 Trinity Gardens, Brixton, London SW9 8DR
The Trinity Arms in Trinity Gardens is one of Brixton’s all-time secret watering holes, loved by all locals and its new visitors alike.
Set back in the corner of a beautiful Georgian square and flanked by equally beautiful Georgian terrace houses, this pretty little Georgian Pub will suck you in and have you coming back again and again and again.
First founded in 1850, this traditional British pub has survived through on-going local changes and remains as attractive now, as it probably was back in the day.
Its amazing recent refurb has improved it drastically; it was wonderful before but struggled to keep up with the amount of punters clambering for its extensive choices of cold beers! But now, it can accommodate all and a t a much more at a leisurely pace.
The interior are a welcomed mix of old and new, thankfully keeping in place its original semi-circular dark wood bar and “every proper pub worth its salt has the obligatory photo of the Queen behind the bar”.
With plenty of little corner snugs to choose from and a wonderful sizable leafy (semi-covered) garden with its large open fire pit, you won’t want to leave and not forgetting its modern and contemporary dining room that serves up gastro pub classics such as steak and chips and pies galore and there’s even an upstairs burger shack so you won’t have to leave to get your dinner, it’s here all under one roof and its good, very good.