Established in 2007, The Vauxhall Griffin is an independently run traditional pub serving great food, lagers, wines and ales. We have been awarded 100% for our Cask Marque standard for 5 years consecutively. All our food is locally sourced where possible, and our bread, pies and other main dishes are all home made on the premises. We offer a friendly welcome to all our new and regular customers.
Every Tuesday we host a very popular pub quiz that is run in a cycle of 15 week seasons, enabling us to build up a prize fund that regularly exceeds £1000.
There are few pubs in the area quite like us and we like it that way!
It would be lovely to see you soon.
You might have heard mixed reports locally that The Roebuck was losing its identity and being transformed; WELL that bit was absolutely spot on. Many, if not most, establishments go through ups and downs over time, and like a familiar old woman's face, sometimes it needs a makeover (well, at least some lippy) A remote destination it is, because it's out in the wild country to the north of Vauxhall where road signs are minimal, road surfaces on narrow lanes are disintegrating and a satnav and OS map are probably a good idea, especially after dark...Alternatively you could just head out from Oval station and walk the 10 minutes to the front door. There are real ales on rotation, premium bottled and draught lagers and occasionally, the real fire is going..Our new kitchen is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights and a lunch menu is available on Sunday, Thursday and Friday. As we have some lovely but sensitive neighbours around us and we don't want to upset them, we do not have extended opening hours...It is worth the small journey. (just pack a small map). or....
https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=sw8+1ne&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x4876048d48ac974d:0x91d801ca0d1268b5,London+SW8+1NE&gl=uk&ei=ZbEbUZ_rJai20QXF7oGYDA&ved=0CHoQtgM come a look us up.
The decor is modern and the seating consists of curved booths at one end of the restaurant, with a large red wooden communal table as the room’s centerpiece and smaller tables dotted around it.
There is an outside area at the back that’s perfect in warm weather.
Loyal regulars come back again and again for never-changing favorites, but seasonal additions keep it interesting. Service is reliable and there is no problem adding something to a dish if you wish. The clientele is a mixture of couples young and old, families and groups of friends.
The menu also hits all the right notes, with its line-up of well-turned-out comfort food: textbook carpaccio, calamari, perfectly cooked Steaks, veal milanese the size of Sicily, &, especially, knockout pasta (try the crab linguini). Alternatively, perch on a stool at the bar while knocking back Prosecco & snacking on Bruschetta.
Amici is fully licensed and you can indulge in classic or Champagne cocktails for about £6. One particularly welcome addition is a larger choice of wines by the glass, bottles of wine start at around £13.95 and beer is available either in draft or bottles.
SE11 Sessions is Tea House Theatre's regular offering of live jazz, soul & funk! Each month a guest vocalist fronts the house band for a themed opening set, with all musicians then encouraged to join the fray for a pumping jam.
Once Saturday a month, 8:30pm till 12:00am
£5 entry, free for musicians
139 Vauxhall Walk, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5HL
We specialize in Engraving Glass, Brass, Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Acrylic and many more materials. We supply and engrave Trophies, Awards, Cups, Gifts, Medals and Signs. Established in 1962 by Michael Hapeshis in Vauxhall London, he became a trusted and highly respected shoe repairer, establishing a service based on high quality workmanship using always top quality materials. Today with 2nd & 3rd generation family members (Christopher & Andreas Hapeshis) continuing the business we have established an international reputation, we have customers in Europe, Tokyo, New Zealand and the USA. Among our customers we have Screen and stage actors, radio presenters, journalists and authors. We have also been photographed by Getty images and our shop has been used for TV sketches and TV advertisements.
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Archbishop Tenison's C of E School, commonly known as Tenison's, is a Church of England mixed secondary School located in the London Borough of Lambeth.AdmissionsTenison's is now an 11–18 voluntary aided, boys and girls in September 2015 comprehensive school, part of the educational provision of the Anglican Diocese of Southwark and the London Borough of Lambeth. Girls are admitted to the sixth form. Tenison's became a specialist arts college in 2003. The school caters for around 530 pupils, of whom 80 are in the sixth form. The school is located directly opposite The Oval cricket ground, home of Surrey County Cricket Club.HistoryThomas Tenison, an educational evangelist and later Archbishop of Canterbury, founded several schools in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. A boys' school now at the Oval was founded in 1685 in the crypt of St Martin's in the Fields and relocated by 1895 in Leicester Square on the site previously occupied by the Sabloniere Hotel. The school moved to The Oval in 1928, with the new building being opened by the then Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII). A girls' school was formally established in 1706 for 12 girls and in 1863 a new school building was erected at 18 Lambeth High Street. The girls school closed in 1961, when it amalgamated with Archbishop Temple's Boys School to form a mixed VA school. The building was used by Temple's as a first-year annex from 1968 to 1974, when Archbishop Temple's School closed. Archbishop Tenison founded another school in nearby Croydon in 1714.