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Activity for 6th December 2019

12 recommendations submitted on the day.
The George Hotel

The George Hotel

AxminsterDevon

Recommended by E TA

Renovated and reopened after several years of neglect, this former coaching inn in the town centre has been tastefully restored, the ground floor opened out to form a single large bar with wood flooring and a smaller dining area at one side with a br... [more>]
Vagabond

Vagabond

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Upmarket wine bar with clever 'serve yourself' push-button wine machines - yes, really! Also boasts 10 taps set in the wall with crafty stuff, which is not self-service. There are tables on the pavement area outside.
The Ferry Tap

The Ferry Tap

South QueensferryLothian

Recommended by peter ashworth

The building dates back to 1693 and was originally a house but in 1890 was the Prince of Wales pub which changed it's name in March that year to The Forth Bridge Hotel when the future King Edward the 7th opened the Forth Rail bridge.As i was walking ... [more>]
Barony

Barony

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

this place is a bitt... swanky for me. Gastro high end food menus laid out on candle lit tables... all very posh. Seemed to be a well run place though and my porter was excellent - great range of ale.
Station Hop

Station Hop

LeedsWest Yorkshire

Recommended by aleand hearty

New craft beer and cask ale bar, run by two former employees of Kirkstall Brewery. Eight keg lines and two ales are promised. Opens Thursday 12.12.19.
Farquharson’s

Farquharson’s

BallaterGrampian

Recommended by Delboy 20

Now open as Farquharson’s Bar and Kitchen.
Leslies Bar

Leslies Bar

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

fantastic two sided pub with a beautiful looking bar in between. Efficient friendly staff and a real proper drinkers pub atmosphere to the place. A pub you could easily spend a night in. Excellent pint of Landlord too.
Damm Twenty Seven

Damm Twenty Seven

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

It’s called ‘Damm 27’. and is, basically a bar/restaurant. Very upmarket feel to the fairly small room. No real ale so i had a Beavertown beer at £6 a pint. a DJ was setting up on an Apple laptop as I left.
Dirty Dicks

Dirty Dicks

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

nice enough place, one room but basically split into front and back areas with knick knacks all over the walls. All a bit of a pretentious atmosphere for me though and my pint of White Rat was pretty extortionate at £5.50. the other real ales were Ti... [more>]
The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

an excellent single roomed bar serving a few real ales. An incredibly convivial place tonight with a singer doing traditional Irish folk songs. Brilliant authentic place in central Edinburgh.
The Raven Inn

The Raven Inn

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

Loxley Brewery now own this pub and have named it after the raven which appears on their pump clips and bottle labels; the bird itself died aged 14 and, by virtue of the taxidermist's best endeavours, now appears on the wall above the fireplace. The ... [more>]
Halfway House

Halfway House

EdinburghLothian

Recommended by Brainy Pool

tiny traditional pub on the steep incline into the old town. Though very much city centreish, this is the good kind. People from all walks of life chatting away. Limited choice of beer but three decent real ales were on.