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Activity for 9th November 2018

8 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Limping Fox

The Limping Fox

Thames DittonSurrey

Recommended by Graham Coombs

What was once a backstreet local has gone upmarket, craft and gastro, complete with silly name. Stripped floorboards, dark green walls, plain tables and church chairs, with a few leather sofas by a fire the other side of the bar. Expensive artworks r... [more>]
King Alfred

King Alfred

BridgwaterSomerset

Recommended by E TA

An impressive traditional freehouse serving really good food and decent ale. It looks a bit scruffy from the outside, where there is an unconsolidated car park, an inconvenient junction controlled by traffic lights and, on this occasion, a group of ... [more>]
The Mount

The Mount

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Jon B

A wonderful sandstone building from outside and many people still use it as a wedding venue. sadly it's now a distinctly unglamorous Hungry Horse McPubRestaurant with limited charm. I must say the appeal of these places completely passes me by, but I... [more>]
Stag Inn

Stag Inn

WiganManchester (Greater)

Recommended by Jon B

a large mock tudor pub on a busy junction. inside it's just your typical corporate chain pub with a sports bar feel to it. not an unpleasant place to pass some time and it serves the locals well enough but not worth going out of your way to visit. th... [more>]
Old Bulls Head Inn

Old Bulls Head Inn

Newcastle under LymeStaffordshire

Recommended by ROB Camra

By the time I visited this pub it was getting quite late on a Friday evening and Ms CAMRA had retired to the hotel. It was pretty busy in a raucous way with lots of people having had quite a bit to drink, including me. It's an attractive pub and may ... [more>]
The Summit

The Summit

LittleboroughManchester (Greater)

Recommended by ROB Camra

Called in here whilst walking the canal from Littleborough to Todmorden. It's an old, stone built roadhouse that has been broken out and modernised. There's a load of decking at the side and a beer garden including kids playthings at the rear. It's a... [more>]
The Old Coffee House

The Old Coffee House

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

I really liked this pub as it had a good atmosphere, good beer and a traditional and interesting interior. Six pumps in use serving five Brodies and one from Windsor and Eton. We went for the Brodies Topaz Pale Ale, which was in excellent shape and a... [more>]
The French House

The French House

W1London (Central)

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Popped in here on Tuesday Eve as weekends can be hectic. The pub was still moderately busy even at 6.30. Still service was good and vertical drinking over by the front windows was fine as we could still had a good view of the interior and the feature... [more>]