Trinity Arms, SW9 8DR
- 020 7274 4544
- 45 Trinity Gardens, SW9 8DR
- 11am-11pm Mon-Thu; 11am-midnight Fri-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun
Note: The Trinity Arms is closing for refurbishment on 30 May 2016, and due to reopen in early August.
Food served weekday lunchtimes 12-3pm and evenings (DrHyde didn't check exactly what times), and from 1-5pm on Sundays. Young's Bitter, Special (£1.35/half), and Waggledance. Also Staropramen, if that's anything special.
Kake visited on a Friday lunchtime and it was pretty empty. Nobody else there except three old men (not together). Music was very easy-listening but not loud. Oh, it turns out that the music is radio - Magic's Maximum Music Hour, whatever that is. Mid-week evenings it fills up, but is still not crowded or noisy.
Very much an old man's pub, I think, but in a good way. It's tucked away off the main roads in a little residential square, so I would guess everyone who comes here meant to come here.
Later in the week it attracts a younger crowd, although still without being rammed, with quiz night on Thursdays.
Signs on the front indicate a private bar and a saloon bar but it's one room inside (photo). Notices say no children in the bar at any time; and no children on the premises at all after 7:30pm.
There are benches and tables out the front, and a beer garden (which I didn't examine) out the back.
Recommended venue for meeting up for a civilised pint or three and some nosh before heading off to see RAWK at the Brixton Academy.
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Comment added by Bob: Special 2.85. Tribute, bomardier and ordinary were all on. All 3 entrances have 1 step. Toliets seem to be on the same level. Mains 6 to 7 pounds.
Comment added by bob: Tribute 2.90 mccoys 70p