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Activity for 14th March 2019

6 recommendations submitted on the day.
Stokers

Stokers

BristolBristol (County)

Recommended by E TA

A low-grade estate pub in a very noisy, unappealing setting. It was previously called The Magpies. It’s a 1960s style building with a scruffy car park and a small garden with cheap children’s play stuff. There is a central servery serving three la... [more>]
Williams Ale & Cider House

Williams Ale & Cider House

E1London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Despite being a street level, this place has something of a cellar feel to it, with much bare brick and dim lighting. Not unpleasant however and more of a local feel than most in the area. The front bar has a splendid selection of 7 casks and 9 decen... [more>]
Woodins Shades

Woodins Shades

EC2London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A fairly simple Nicholsons pub with one medium-sized room in dark paintwork, offset by large windows. There is a also a dining room upstairs. A fair range of beers: Siren Broken Dream Breakfast Stout, Hawkshead Pale, Fyne Ales Yarl, a charity brew an... [more>]
The Palm Tree

The Palm Tree

E3London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Still as described previously, an imposing pub standing alone in a small park by the canal. Don't be put off by the lack of signs of life from outside; at first sight it can appear firmly closed but inside is a very traditional and unspoilt two-roome... [more>]
The Coborn

The Coborn

E3London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A surprisingly plush pub for a side street off the Mile End Road, although the whole area seems to be getting a bit gentrified. In typical Young's Pub Co fashion, it has been thoroughly modernised in a posh drawing room style, with lots of leather se... [more>]
The Morgan Arms

The Morgan Arms

E3London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A large corner pub given a gastro makeover, which doesn't go too badly with the high ceilings, large windows and remaining original fittings. The large main room has a stripped floor and artily mismatched tables and chairs, with a posher restaurant a... [more>]