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The Long Dog, Aylesbury

116 High Street
Postal town: Aylesbury
HP18 0JF
Phone: 01296651320

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Komakino . left this review about The Long Dog

Described below, this has an entrance-facing bar, with dining in a rectangular room to the left of the bar (the interior is L-shaped) with a 'hidden' door to the toilets to the bar's right a la The Catherine Wheel in Goring (although mind the step!). Three local ales in the form of XT 4, Rebellion Roasted Nuts (slightly out of season for May) and a Rebellion one-off named 'Angel' (for Florence Nightingale) which came in at an eye-watering £4.20 for a pint's worth. One expects the prices here and at the Lion are more to do with the location of Waddesdon Manor, so would be worth a revisit in the Winter months to see if the policy is year-long.

On 8th May 2017 - rating: 6
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Graham Coombs left this review about The Long Dog

Formerly the Bell, this roadside pub has been refurbished in gastropub style, with stripped down walls, dark paintwork etc. Mainly open plan spread around one bar, with a dining area and various odd corners. Tealights in jamjars are placed on the tables, with various motley decorations including neon lights adding to a slightly random effect. Some good and changing ales on offer, including several from Rebellion at time of visit and seemed well-kept - Cask Marque listed. Food appears to be tapas style. Jazz band on Tuesdays.

On 4th April 2015 - rating: 8
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