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Activity for 14th February 2020

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The Grain & Hop Store

The Grain & Hop Store

CambridgeCambridgeshire

Recommended by E TA

Very much as described by Steve below, except the name has changed from The Avery to The Grain and Hop Store. There are two small electronic chutes that look like mini-skittle alleys on the ground floor, but no-one seemed interested in using them. T... [more>]
The Wobbly Cobbler

The Wobbly Cobbler

LancasterLancashire

Recommended by Brainy Pool

new ‘micropub’ in a densely populated area that is crying out for somewhere decent to drink. Sadly I can’t testify for it being any good, or indeed open at all, as it chooses to operate on cafe hours on Sundays. One day i’ll learn to stop expecting t... [more>]
The Willows

The Willows

BraintreeEssex

Recommended by john mcgraw

Now an Italian restaurant.
The Albert

The Albert

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

A very fine looking building surrounded by the new,the etched glass windows are impressive.Once inside the ground floor is now open plan with banquettes at either end ,although there is a raised area to one side below a flatscreen for BT and Sky Spor... [more>]
Buckingham Arms

Buckingham Arms

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

A Youngs pubco house but with redeeming features.It's quite small inside with a wooden floor and room for vertical drinking near the elegantly curved bar,a few high tables,to the rear there are larger tables but everyone was reserved for later.At lea... [more>]
Adam & Eve

Adam & Eve

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

A Greene King tied house,this pub had much more of a boozer atmosphere compared with the other pubs in the location.It's quite small on a street corner with a darts board to a side alcove by the bar,and a charming small St James's snug one on side ne... [more>]
Waterside Inn

Waterside Inn

DerbyDerbyshire

Recommended by hondo .

to be turned into an office and four flats
The William

The William

SE1London (Central)

Recommended by hondo .

now an immersive theatre venue
The Old Star

The Old Star

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

I didn't warm to this Greene King tied house,but there is one feature worth spotting.On a street corner,the ground floor splits into two sections with a cramped bar to the right and a lounge to the left with stairs down to the Vaults. Around the bar ... [more>]
The Feathers

The Feathers

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

A fine Nicholsons house,it has some great features .It's a large pub and to the front there is a staircase to a first flooring dining room with a balcony overlooking the front of the pub and the stained glass window extending below and above.There ar... [more>]
Blue Boar

Blue Boar

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

Steak house and gastro grub with a line of keg taps with some undestiguished craft beers.Drink around the bar or on bar stools but hardly a pub atmosphere.No need to return.
The Sanctuary House Hotel

The Sanctuary House Hotel

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

Fullers Ale and Pie chain pub,it's not that large and can get packed.Seating is traditional with some bench seating to the front,and a raised dining area at the back.Lots of mirrors and some internal etched glass but it feels a little faux,and with a... [more>]
The Two Chairmen

The Two Chairmen

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

Small Greene King tied house,the ground floor has the bar running down the left side after some high tables in the window.There is an interesting mural of Two Chairmen with sedan on the back wall,while the rest of the area felt cramped with a large f... [more>]
The Westminster Arms

The Westminster Arms

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Bucking Fastard

A Shepherd Neame tied house,so be prepared to suffer their dull ales if you venture inside.The ground floor will have a lot of vertical drinking,there is a shelf to the rear.Downstairs is a wine bar ,while upstairs there is a dining room.Despite lots... [more>]
The Lost Alhambra

The Lost Alhambra

WC2London (Central)

Recommended by Lost Alhambra

Late night cocktail bar in the heart of Leicester Square, serving up cocktails, beer and wine seven days a week. With a daily happy hour offering up 2 for 1 cocktails and glasses of Prosecco, we've got you covered, all you need to do is party!Perfect... [more>]
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