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64 Lant Street, Southwark, London, SE1 1QN

Having been situated here on Lant Street since the nineteenth century (with a rebuild in the ’20s), "The Glad" is named after four-time former prime minister William Gladstone and even gets a mention in ‘The Pickwick Papers’ as Charles Dickens once lived

The intimate family-run pub, located just a stone's throw away from Borough tube station is a dominant live music spot and the best of it's kind near London Bridge! You can expect gigs every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from genres of folk, blues, pop to electronica. The pub boasts an intimate beer garden/roof terrace and an upstairs lounge area that can be used for private hire!

The drinks selection includes an ever-changing range of local ales and craft beers from breweries such as Hammerton, Harviestoun, Southwark brewery and Greenwich based Meantime.

The food menu consists of a homemade selection of Anglo-Indian small plates, pies & roasts! The locals recommend the highly sought after Chicken Tikka Masala pie & newly launched Railway lamb roast!

The Glad is Borough's very own little secret where you can expect a friendly atmosphere, intimate live music, great food and a sense of community.