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The Same Yet Inn

A friendly and traditional pub set in the lovely village of Simister, North Manchester. Good range of Lee's ales as well as the normal lagers and ciders etc. This pub's star attraction though is the excellent food. We have...

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Wellington Arms

On an unprepossessing road headed by a Kwik Fit and tailed by a car park, you don't normally stumble across pubs like the Wellington Arms by chance. However, this is a superb pub, worthy of any detour. Everything here oozes...

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The Blue Boar

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The Lord's Tavern

This one's had a makeover since we were in last in and it feels much more upmarket. We also discovered that as it's part of Lords Crocket Ground, it's closed to the public on match days - it gets used for posh (read expensive)...

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Red Lion (ex-Zulus Bar)

Yes, it's going to be back - after an extensive refurbishment, back to it's old name and hopefully former glory.

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Churchill Arms

One of the great pubs in London and it's been consistently one of the greats for a long, long time. You get a good pint of Fullers, one of the best pints of Guinness around town, traditional food and one of the first (if not...

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Tobie Norris

When you think of new pubs opening, they often seemingly involve Wetherspoons taking over a carpet shop or an anodyne bar and restaurant opening in a development of luxury flats. So it's an absolute pleasure to have discovered...

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The Dog & Partridge

As the nearest pub to the Greene King brewing complex, and with the attached accommodation seemingly located in the old brewmaster's home (all rooms with free WiFi connectivity), one imagines that the Dog & Partridge is...

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Earl Ferrers

It's been a while since we've been out to this one and we're delighted that it's remained a great boozer. Located round the back of Streatham Go-Karting track, on the corner in a grid of Victorian terrace houses, this place...

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Fat Cat

Norwich is certainly not short of pubs catering to beer aficionados, but this self-styled free mouse'' is possibly the holy grail, or is that gr(ale). There are up to 30 ales available at any one time, with several of the Fat...

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