Say hello to The Trinity — Borough’s newest pub

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The Trinity, located right next to Borough tube station, opened its doors on 3 September 2020. The newly refurbished pub boasts modern and vibrant décor and an extensive beer selection across 15 taps. 

The pub was previously known as The Hole in the Wall from 1899 to 2014, when it was given its current moniker. Prior to 1899, it was known as The St George’s Tavern – a fact which is recognised today by the eponymous function room. Fuller’s acquired the pub in August 2019.

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Following an extensive refurbishment, The Trinity’s stylish ground floor bar and restaurant area now offer an open and versatile space. Fuller’s has also invested heavily in the St George’s Room on the first floor – creating a stunning function space in what was allegedly once home to then landlord Edwin Brady’s Museum of Curiosities in the late 1800s. Equipped with its own private bar and sound system, the St George’s Room can be adapted for corporate meetings, Christmas parties and birthdays.

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ON THE BAR

There really is something for everyone on the bar. Choose from the wide range of beers, wines, spirits, craft beers, cask ales and cocktails. There are also plenty of no and low alcohol alternatives  – including alcohol-free beers and distilled spirits. So whether you’re looking for a refreshing pint of lager or a large glass of wine, The Trinity is the perfect place to wind down and relax after a hard day's work in the City.

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ON THE MENU

Serving brunch, lunch, dinner and snacks from 12 pm, The Trinity’s Head Chef, Salim Massouf and his team have created a tantalising menu, bustling with exceptional ingredients sourced from hand-picked suppliers. 

For those looking for something light, the menu has great snack options including dirty halloumi fries, crispy pork bao bun and spicy Vietnamese chicken wings. The main menu includes Fuller’s favourites such as the Chalcroft Farm beef burger and Fuller’s Frontier battered haddock and will also offer a range of Chef’s signature dishes. Classic roast dinners with a choice of beef, chicken or a plant-based option are also available between 12 - 6pm on Sundays.

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Hannah Pontin, who has been the General Manager of The Trinity since 2017 said: “I’ve been at The Trinity for nearly three years and it has never looked this good. The refurbishment really shows off the pub’s best features and the large opening windows at the front make the pub light and airy. I’ve got 15 beer pumps, so there really will be something for everyone and I’m delighted to be welcoming old and new customers into the pub.”

Fuller’s Retail Director Fred Turner commented: “The Trinity is a great pub in a thriving area of London. The proximity to Borough tube station makes the pub easy to get to and The Trinity has been a home for locals, office workers and visitors to Borough for over two centuries.

“The Trinity looks outstanding and showcases everything you would expect from a Fuller’s pub – delicious fresh food, a vibrant and interesting drinks portfolio, stylish décor and passionate people. What more could you want?”

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The Trinity is very distinctive with its tudor-façade and striking blue canopy.  Located only a short walk from London Bridge, it’s the perfect place for a pit stop while working in the City or exploring the surrounding area. Nearby attractions include The Shard, Borough Market and the Southwark Theatre.

Make sure you stop by to say hello if you’re in the area and see the pub’s new look. It’s an ideal setting for catch-ups with friends, breaking for lunch in the City, or after-work drinks. Open Monday to Sunday, from 12 noon until late, the pub is right next to Borough tube station and a short walk from London Bridge [SE1 1JX].

Visit The Trinity’s website or call 0207 4071204  for more information and to make a booking.

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