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Activity for 25th November 2021

10 recommendations submitted on the day.
The Elm Tree Inn

The Elm Tree Inn

SouthamptonHampshire

Recommended by E TA

A pleasant roadside pub which remains a freehouse and is rather welcoming, unless you’re under 25, in which case a sign at the door makes it clear you should not enter. There is a large car park at the side and some reserved spaces for blue badge ho... [more>]
Nine Elms Tavern

Nine Elms Tavern

SW8London (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

As mentioned below a bright shiny uber modern bar/ pub owned by Youngs. I suppose we should be thankful because there are precious little real ale venues on this section of the south bank tow path, but if you are looking for character you are better ... [more>]
The Fountain

The Fountain

TwickenhamLondon (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

Fairly standard Beefeater which we utilised because we were staying in the Premier Inn next door. Only one ale on in the form of Doombar, but it was passable. Food and service levels was good in this one and wouldn’t hesitate to use it for grub if I ... [more>]
The Sussex Arms

The Sussex Arms

TwickenhamLondon (Greater)

Recommended by Steve of N21

Was making a weekend of it for one of the recent Rugby Autumn internationals and without any intervention from me the good lady managed to book accommodation where we had to walk past the Sussex Arms to get to Twickenham Stadium. Consequently we util... [more>]
The Speaker

The Speaker

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

Dating from 1729 as the Castle, it was renamed the Elephant & Castle 61 years later and the Speaker in 1999, now hemmed in by modern blocks of flats in a rather dead Pimlico/Victoria backwater, which in the mid-19th century, was a notorious slum. Not... [more>]
The Nook & Cranny

The Nook & Cranny

BoltonManchester (Greater)

Recommended by aleand hearty

New micropub, sister venue to the Nook & Cranny, Bromley Cross. Three cask ales are promised, plus, fourteen lines featuring craft beer, lager and cider. Opening shortly.
Victoria Taps

Victoria Taps

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

Dating from 1828, this was originally the Warwick Arms, reopened a few days ago in the current form, though given the number of names this place has had, for how long this will remain is anyone’s guess. Either way, what original pub fabric there once... [more>]
Morpeth Arms

Morpeth Arms

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

The pub dates from 1846, expanded in 1890 into what looks like a small chapel. Rather than a written description, the pub’s interior is best appreciated on the website’s gallery, where a scotch egg’s interior can also be scrutinised, though of note a... [more>]
The Grosvenor

The Grosvenor

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

Dating from at least 1881, but rebuilt in the 1920s, the pub was originally called the Spread Eagle, with a suitably spatchcocked bird as part of the old sign. The current name is recent, being the family name of the Dukes of Westminster, who own thi... [more>]
The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

SW1London (Central)

Recommended by Tris C

The pub dates from 1831, rebuilt in 1872 and now operated by the Ram Pub Co. This is quite a pub. There’s no real surviving bar back, the front being plain, with metal shaded lamps above. The ceiling is modern and white, with strange objects like aco... [more>]