Glassy Junction

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Glassy Junction in Southall, England

A Glassy Junction; Punjabi: ਗਲਾਸੀ ਜੰਕਸ਼ਨ; Hindi: गलासी जंक्शन literally means the junction of drinking fellows. This is a Punjabi term referring to "pub" and is used in the Doaba region. Glassy Junction is a registered name in India, Europe and America. All such Pubs (Glassy Junctions) are owned by Punjabi people as the name has significance to the Punjabi people. The Punjabi touch of the name is due to word 'Glassy' which is a small strong 'Peg', noted in Punjabi songs of Balwinder Safri and A. S. Kang.

Other Meanings[edit]

The Punjabi People are fond of drinking liquor and eating Namkeen. This is clear from 24000 Ahatas and liquor Vendors all over Punjab. The people make world style sitting arrangements for drinking wine and Desi(Home prepared wine). they want these arrangements be shared all over the world so they make Punjabi style sitting arrangements in many countries called Glassy Junctions. Also Glassy junction is place that reverberates with young energy. The pub features music from rollicking rock to pleasant pop melodies.

In the World[edit]

There are many Glassy Junction franchises, the current most famous one is in Jallandhar. There are other notable ones in Southhall and Surrey The board over Glassy Junctions shows a "peg" (a glass vessel filled with liquor). [1]

Speciality[edit]

Glassy Junctions all over have Punjabi Interior and arrangements, which is their specialty.[2] Another thing in common is their Punjabi Peg and Patiala peg which is specially produced and served. Some pubs serve Punjabi non-vegetarian food, with the U.K. Glassy Junction in Southhall possessing restaurant provisions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.glassyjunction.co.uk/
  2. ^ http://www.thesouthallstory.com/little-india/