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Activity for 11th July 2019

8 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Cuckmere Inn

The Cuckmere Inn

SeafordEast Sussex

Recommended by Steve of N21

The Cuckmere Inn is situated at the head of the Cuckmere estuary and provides a decent place for refreshments if walking the Seven Sisters and/or the nearby South Downs path. The pub itself is now part of the M&B Vintage Inn brand and as such has cle... [more>]
The Eagle

The Eagle

EastbourneEast Sussex

Recommended by Steve of N21

Situated on the edge of the Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne we found this to be a very pleasant pub for an evening drink. As mentioned below it has a good ale house style internal decor and the larger room section to the left of the L shaped bar as... [more>]
The Crown & Anchor

The Crown & Anchor

EastbourneEast Sussex

Recommended by Steve of N21

Sounds like this pub has been smartened up with a bit of a refurbishment since previous reviews and now has a focus on food as well as wet sales. Internally it’s a modern decor with mainly plain tiled and wooden floors, pastel coloured walls with so... [more>]
Bocabar

Bocabar

GlastonburySomerset

Recommended by E TA

This modern pub, restaurant and entertainment venue has taken over the ground floor of a former tannery, alongside an arts and culture centre. The car par is shared, and the building frontage is (as the address suggests), red brick. At the back is ... [more>]
The Belgium Cafe

The Belgium Cafe

EastbourneEast Sussex

Recommended by Steve of N21

The Belgium Cafe has a prominent position on the seafront grand parade in a striking white period building and brands itself as a bar, bistro and brewery, which is a pretty accurate description from our experience. As a bistro it is mainly focussed... [more>]
Barking Cat Alehouse

Barking Cat Alehouse

PooleDorset

Recommended by Bradley McAnulty

Probably one of my favourite pubs that I've ever been to. Fantastic selection of ales/craft beers along with real ciders and spirits that aren't mainstream and found in most pubs. Have never had any trouble in the pub in the years that I have bee... [more>]
The Bell Inn

The Bell Inn

IlkestonDerbyshire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

This was our first port of call on the Amberline bus ale trail from Derby. This is a two roomed pub with the main lounge and bar situated at the entrance, with a much smaller snug bar on the right hand side. The original low slung mahogany bar serves... [more>]
The Roebuck Inn

The Roebuck Inn

LudlowShropshire

Recommended by Tris C

I came here once in 1988 and the food quality was quite a revelation: courgette soufflé with anchovy hollandaise, served in Poppy's, the side dining room. I don't know what it's like here today, but if the food is as good as it was, then it must be w... [more>]