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Toby Carvery Hilsea

Toby Carvery Hilsea

PortsmouthHampshire

Recommended by E TA

A modern timber-framed barn-like structure dating from the 1990s with a central brick chimney, previously called The Green Farm after the farm that used to be here. There is a large car park at the side and a small, tidy paved garden area only reall... [more>]
The Crown at Bray

The Crown at Bray

MaidenheadBerkshire

Recommended by Blackthorn _

An attractive looking pub in the centre of this very pleasant village, like The Hinds Head just along the road, it is owned by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal and whilst is did perhaps have something of an emphasis on dining, it didn’t appear to be ... [more>]
The Shepherds Inn (Lith. Berneliu Užeiga)

The Shepherds Inn (Lith. Berneliu Užeiga)

E11London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

This is an impressive Victorian pub on the Leytonstone High Road which was built in 1870 as the Cowley Arms. It was initially owned by Savill’s Brewery of Stratford, before becoming a Charringtons house ansd sporting a large neon sign for Toby Ale on... [more>]
The Bell

The Bell

E11London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

Next door to Leytonstone fire station from the outside the Bell was clearly a three-room pub back in the day, but is now one opened up L shaped space around the central serving bar. Carpeted in the main bar and then wooden floored in the section to t... [more>]
The Red Lion

The Red Lion

E11London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

Impressive Victorian corner pub exterior and the usual shabby chic Antic interior but perhaps not as shabby as some of the others of their chain I visited, and it was good to find it still in rude health some eight years since Antic took it over. Ope... [more>]
Hare & Hounds

Hare & Hounds

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

The derelict pub building was demolished in 2017.
The Harlequin

The Harlequin

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

It was fairly quiet in here at the time of my most recent visit, around knocking off time on a Friday. Numerous hand pumps featured three Exit 33 beers and five guests (plus a guest keg from Sheffield's newest brewery, St Mars of the Desert - see pho... [more>]
The Riverside

The Riverside

SheffieldSouth Yorkshire

Recommended by Will Larter

It was very busy and rather noisy when I was here on Friday afternoon, with what I reckon would be a largely post-work crowd, mostly 30-something males. There are seven hand pumps, as far as I could make out with a crowd around the bar, four beers fr... [more>]
The Birds

The Birds

E11London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

I think its safe to say I don’t think I am the target demographic for this one. I popped in for a quick one on a Wednesday evening when their pub quiz was in full flow and the guy running it behind the DJ deck had a brightly coloured hair extension t... [more>]
Alleyc'zam

Alleyc'zam

PontefractWest Yorkshire

Recommended by peter ashworth

This is a bar and cafe that is difficult to find and is located behind some railings up a thin alley between Ropergate and Southgate.There was no cask but i did notice 4 keg pumps.
North Star

North Star

E11London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

This was my final stop of the evening and coming from the Birds on the High Road you could not get a bigger contrast in pubs. As described below a fantastic two bar traditional back street local hidden down Browning road a short distance from the noi... [more>]
The Prince Albert

The Prince Albert

OrmskirkLancashire

Recommended by Jon B

Lovely cosy village pub just outside Ormskirk. though unsurprisingly majoring on food it’s still very much a traditional locals pub at the bar with three decent ales on today. Old style decor and friendly regulars make this a very worthwhile place to... [more>]
The Fat Landlord

The Fat Landlord

BrackleyNorthamptonshire

Recommended by Nick Davies

As described by K below. Friendly service when we doubled the paying custom on a weekday lunchtime, beer range majored on Doombar. Seemed a bit sterile and chunky furniture didn't suggest comfort. Nice to sit outside though. Not a destination pub... [more>]
Woodins Shades

Woodins Shades

EC2London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

This pub dates from at least the mid-19th century when the landlord was a one William Woodin and rebuilt in 1893. This used to be a regular haunt for me around 20 years ago, due to convenience for meeting up rather than quality. I stopped coming here... [more>]
The Kings Stores

The Kings Stores

E1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

Situated in a charmingly Dickensian enclave of east London, this pub was rebuilt for Whitbread in 1902. I came here once about 10 years ago after a long walk in the scorching weather so plumped for a pint of ice cold mineral water! A return the other... [more>]
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