The Great Southern
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An Exciting New Pub In The Heart Of Gipsy Hill

Welcome to The Great Southern, a newly rejuvenated pub named after a steam train and next door to Gipsy Hill station. Our dining car has pizzas, pies and burgers with your name on them. 
Looking for something to drink? Enjoy a pint from local breweries or a glass of our on-tap wine on one of our cosy chesterfield sofas next to our wood fire.
We show the best sports on our TV screens throughout the year. We have all the games shown on Sky, BT and Amazon Prime check out our live sport fixtures here.

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Beat The January Blues

Sign up to our email newsletters below to join our club! Earn triple points on all pub purchases this January. We are also splitting the bill with all of our January diners this year. Monday-Thursday all day we’ll be offering half-price main meals for all you hungry folk! Let’s beat the January blues together. More info.
We've got new vegan specials on our menus. Perfect for whether you're doing veganuary, looking for something healthier or just looking for something damn tasty!
Throughout January we are also hosting complimentary sampling sessions of our new alcohol-free drinks. On January 10th, from 7pm Ceder's shall be here treating you to their alcohol-free gin made with a mix of classic and exotic botanicals. On January 17th, from 7pm Lucky Saint shall be here showing off their uniquely distilled, unfiltered alcohol-free lager born of Bavarian styles. Read our latest blog post 'Taking A Look At Dry January'.

Six Nations 2020

Get excited for the best rugby atmosphere in Gipsy Hill. We’ll be showing all the Six Nations matches live on our screens. Book your table now to get the best view of our large TVs for the game!. Relax with a drink and grab a plate full of our honest pub food. See the fixtures here.

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