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Activity for 15th March 2019

13 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Victoria

The Victoria

E3London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

A rather enterprising pub with numerous gimmicks, given a full refurb in some sort of trendy style. The island bar is surrounded by tabled areas, with a curious wood and wire netting partitioned coffee area at the front, and a strange small and cosy ... [more>]
The White Hart

The White Hart

E1London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

Imposing Victorian building on a road junction, heftily modernised but retaining good character. There is one large room with scrubbed tables and wooden chairs, albeit with slightly dubious orange seating round the periphery. There is also an upstair... [more>]
Old Street Brewery & Taproom

Old Street Brewery & Taproom

E2London (Central)

Recommended by Graham Coombs

As described below, an arch secreted down a narrow passageway, with a typically industrial sort of feel - homemade wooden tables fronting a clutch of stainless steel brewing vessels. Only producing keg beers at present but they expect to try some cas... [more>]
The Yew Tree

The Yew Tree

NewburyBerkshire

Recommended by E TA

A pleasant roadside pub, still very much food led, and not cheap. There is a small car park just off the road, and a small paved garden with benches and tables. The single large bar feels a bit contrived, with the metal-fronted bar and fake beams, ... [more>]
Duke of Cornwall

Duke of Cornwall

W6London (Greater)

Recommended by Rex Rattus

They had London Pride and St Austell Tribute on when I visited. Food seems to be exclusively Thai and, unusually for a pub doing Thai food, you ordered your food from the lone barman on duty when I visited. Chicken dishes were £6.95 and beef dishes £... [more>]
The Distillers

The Distillers

W6London (Greater)

Recommended by Rex Rattus

This is still a Fuller's pub, and is still largely as described by the previous reviewer. However I visited for a bite to eat at lunchtime so wasn't assaulted by the Rolling Stones music blaring out. But if the Cockroaches were playing a live gig the... [more>]
Beacon Court Tavern

Beacon Court Tavern

GillinghamKent

Recommended by E TA

Currently being demolished.
Firk Inn Pub

Firk Inn Pub

ScarboroughNorth Yorkshire

Recommended by ROB Camra

This is a small pub rather than a micropub. They sell all the standard lagers etc alongside cask ales and real ciders. The clientele were a bit rough and ready to say the least on our Tuesday afternoon visit, but they all seemed harmless enough. It's... [more>]
Honest John

Honest John

TodmordenWest Yorkshire

Recommended by peter ashworth

Cannot add much more to Rob Hunters detailed description only that i did like what looked like the original wood flooring in the larger of the two rooms,the mosaic tiled floor and the high ceiling which had a square area in the centre which had wind... [more>]
Recess @ Hilton Garden Inn

Recess @ Hilton Garden Inn

GlasgowStrathclyde

Recommended by Alastair Barter

Checked Google and the hotel website. There is a bar and restaurant for casual dining called Recess. There’s also an area for dining & drinking outdoors.
The Opera House (JD Wetherspoon)

The Opera House (JD Wetherspoon)

Tunbridge WellsKent

Recommended by Pub SignMan

Built in 1902 as an 1,100 capacity Opera House, this magnificent Baroque building was converted into a cinema in the 1930’s before being badly damaged by a fire caused by an unexploded bomb dropped during the Second World War, reopening only in 1949.... [more>]
Fuggles Beer Cafe

Fuggles Beer Cafe

Tunbridge WellsKent

Recommended by Pub SignMan

This is a rather smart, well appointed modern ale house that feels a little like a micropub, but is perhaps better described, as its name suggests, as a beer cafe. The pub has a single, long and narrow room with exposed floorboards throughout. The fr... [more>]
Burlington Bar @ Macdonald Burlington Hotel

Burlington Bar @ Macdonald Burlington Hotel

BirminghamWest Midlands

Recommended by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

Very dull first-floor hotel bar with semi-traditional furniture, but I have added to the site because it does also have its own entrance from the Burlington Arcade (shared with the Scottish Steak Club restaurant) and the signage states "Everyone's We... [more>]