770 Pubs and Bars found for st.-albans

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Lower Red Lion

No music, no TV and a selection of eight real ales and ciders. No, this isn't another Wetherspoon, but instead a pub that's arguably up there as one of the beat in the South East. This is not only real ale heaven but a jolly...

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White Lion

The White Lion, located in the pub-heavy Sopwell Lane area is one of those classic, timeless boozers that you can just visit again and again. With two bars and various small rooms decked with wooden beams it hasn't been messed...

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The Boot

If they were giving prizes for authentic looking pubs then the Boot would certainly be a contender. Sitting next to a medieval clock tower, the Boot still retains a feeling of its original 15 century origins, complete with low...

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The Portland Arms

In a city with a generous selection of excellent pubs, we'd somehow missed the Portland Arms. That's something we intend to make up for now. Close to the centre, but tucked away down a quiet street, this is an establishment...

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Verulam Arms

The Verulam Arms is a well regarded little pub tucked on the back streets slightly away from the town centre. One of the more gastropubby places in St Albans it still looks and feels like a pub, even if it often seems that the...

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Six Bells

Along with its neighbour the Rose and Crown, the Six Bells looks a quintessentially Olde English public house. Happily, inside it still retains much of its charm, with low ceilings and a huge fireplace. Befitting a place which...

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Farriers Arms

The Farriers Arms claim to fame is that CAMRA was founded here in 1972. However they don't dwell on this fact, so we won't either. Overall, this small, unassuming back-street pub is a pretty good place to get away from modern...

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The Garibaldi

Giuseppe Garibaldi, a 19th century Italian general who helped to unify his country, has had among other things a Brazilian city, a fish and a biscuit resembling squashed flies between two sheets of cardboard named after him. A...

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The Goat

Situated in the pub-laden environment of Sopwell Lane, the Goat is one of many boozers vying for attention in the area. On our recent visit we didn't have any trouble finding a spare table, though for the quiz later and weekend...

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Rose & Crown

The Rose and Crown, along with its similar looking neighbour the Six Bells, helps provide St. Michael's Street with an archetypal country setting. As such - and benefiting from a nice floral display and a super-looking back...

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