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Submitted on Tuesday, 22nd December 2009
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The Angelic in N1

A relatively-sympathetic modernisation of a good old pub, retaining some original features in the high-ceilinged bar including some attractive ceramic work. The mismatched tables and chairs perhaps don't quite go but otherwise a nice pub. There is also a function room upstairs (not visited) and pavement tables outside. Ales on were TT Landlord, a house beer from Truman and Doom Bar.
Reviewed by Graham Coombs

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The Bluecoat (JD Wetherspoon) in Rotherham
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submitted by Will Larter at 19:09 on 23 September
The Queen Adelaide in E2
This is a late Georgian pub, probably built for Charrington’s. Having gone through too many names to mention, it closed as a strip club around 1996 to become a shop, reopening under its original name in 2016.
There are now exposed sea green tiles to the exterior which are probably original. The interior is small, being very narrow and not long, where at the end there are just two unisex loo cubicles. There are though some elements which are probably original, namely the bar structure which displays slender carved fluted columns. There are similar such structures to either side of the pub, both featuring etched and cut-glass panels, one including a clock; as mentioned, it’s possible that these have been repositioned, but are attractive nonetheless; the gold Corinthian-capitalled column is a striking feature in so small a space. The ceiling has been clad in black felt, perhaps to improve acoustics. Thereafter, here’s an Aladdin’s cave of knickknacks, too many and varied to mention, but from where I was seated, I found myself being looked down on by a rocking horse, baby doll and crystal encrusted skull (see photo). Furniture is low and mismatched with some peripheral pew seating; lighting is low and the music played at a decent level, a medley of ‘80s’ hits from the likes of New Order and Siouxie and the Banshees. The pub was doing a good trade and is open 1.00 am minimum, to 3.00 am Fri/Sat, serving a young crowd.
There’s nothing close to real ale here, with two banks of four taps (most off) dispensing the likes of Estrella (£6.00), Kirin, Young’s London Stout and Hobgoblin IPA.
This is an interesting place, making for a decent change, but the beer choice – not to mention prices – lets it down a bit and the place would do itself a favour in updating its website to show the removal of plague screens. Having been I doubt I’d return, though I imagine it would find favour with Harry Potter.
by Tris C at 19:09 on 23 September
Yes, a mere week after BRAPA conquered Harry Potter Land, I turned up to survey the wreckage. This was my first trip since I took my Dad to see the magic gardens (the magic is they fleece you £6 for a cup of tea and cake) on his 80th birthday ....
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POTTERING AROUND ALNWICK
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Retired Martin
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One For The Road in SE14
327 New Cross Road
New Cross
Postal town: SE14
SE14 6JP

submitted by ROB Camra
Ha ha! It's normally me suggesting an extra pub that's only a short bus ride away and everyone else saying, No, I think we'll stay where we are. :) When I did the Bartons Arms in 2018 with the guys from Beer and Pubs Forum I caught up with the others by using the 51 bus (the 33 also runs from the same stop) to the Lakeside student residences which are a short walk from the Woodman and hence the other Digbeth pubs.
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10th Anniversary Pub Crawl in Birmingham
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