Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: Tom Cribb, London

17 March 2015

The Tom Cribb in Panton Street, SW1 is a lovely little pub, right in the heart of Theatreland, a great place to pop in for a pint – the kind of place people consider themselves lucky to have discovered. It takes its name from the boxer, a bare-knuckle boxing champion between 1809 and 1822, having started fighting in 1805 after his return from the navy.

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Pub of the Week: Ye Old Pump House, Hastings

10 March 2015

Ye Olde Pump House can be found in the historic fishing town of Hastings, at the heart of this popular seaside resort, in the beautiful Old Town area.In the daytime, the pub is a relaxing, homely retreat, ideal for a quiet drink or lunch with friends, with food served daily from noon.

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Pub of the Week: The Vine Inn, Tenterden

03 March 2015

The Vine Inn is a comfortable and welcoming pub in the centre of the historic market town of Tenterden. A real crowd-pleaser of a pub, and serving food all day every day, it is equally popular for shopper’s lunches, drinks with friends, a romantic evening meal or a weekend family treat.

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Pub of the Week: The Black Boy, Sevenoaks

24 February 2015

The Black Boy is a busy pub right in the heart of Sevenoaks town centre. The ideal spot for a lunch with friends or colleagues, the pub is just as popular as a meeting place for drinks in the evening, and is known for its home from home feel, and comfortable, relaxed ambience.

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Pub of the Week: The Prince Arthur, Shoreditch

17 February 2015

The Prince Arthur is one of those hidden London gems – a ‘real’ authentic pub, tucked away in a quiet road off Old Street, right on the edge of the City. It is much loved by its regulars, popular with office workers, and thoroughly enjoyed by anyone else lucky enough to pop in.

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