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The Earlsfield

Bars and pubs Earlsfield
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3 out of 5 stars

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The Earlsfield is a neighbourhood bar, brasserie and diner built below the arches of Earlsfield rail station. The menu focuses on burgers, steaks and ribs.

It’s always good to see disused buildings put to new uses. Public toilet becomes wine bar; telephone box becomes craft beer joint; smack den turns gastropub. See a pattern here? Yep, every civic building in London is been turned into a drinking den. And so it is with The Earlsfield, for thirty years The Elf Electrical Shop, a workshop below the arches of Earlsfield railway station. Now that even Santa’s had to cut his workforce, the elves have had to be been laid off (possibly to run their own ‘micro’brewery). 
 

By: Guy Dimond

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Address: 511 Garratt Lane
Earlsfield
London
SW18 4SW
Transport: Rail: Earlsfield
Price: Meal for two with wine and service: around £60
Contact:
Opening hours: 5-11pm Mon; noon-11pm Tues-Fri; 10am-11pm Sat; noon-11pm Sun
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