Foraging: The New Food Trend
It takes a lot to change people’s eating habits. When I was in charge of Waitrose I commissioned research that concluded that the average number of products eaten by customers was 250, in spite of the fact that we sold around 20,000 food lines, and launched thousands of new ones each year. One of our… View Article
6 GREAT PUBS NEAR WINTER ATTRACTIONS
Now that Christmas is almost here, there are plenty of exciting wintery attractions popping up all over the country. From ice skating outside the Royal Pavilion in Brighton to exploring Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, there’s something for everyone. These pubs are perfect to visit after you’ve spent the day perusing Christmas Markets, enjoying stunning… View Article
6 wintery walks and a pint
Winter walking can be one of the most exciting and worthwhile pastimes in London. So how about some gentle exercise over the Christmas period? Before you say no, check out our recommended wintery walks as an alternative to yet another Home Alone movie on Netflix (or an alternative to that last mince pie that you… View Article
How to avoid or cure a hangover
By Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall, author of HUNGOVER: The Morning After and One Man’s Quest for a Cure During almost a decade of researching hangovers for my new book, HUNGOVER, I tried just about everything — from witchcraft to IV treatments, meditation to street-drugs — in order to solve this eternal, painful conundrum. As a sort of… View Article
12 London Pubs with Mouth-Watering Christmas Menus
Whether you’re planning a festive work do or a family get-together, London’s brilliant pubs are sure to be a hit. But with so many to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start! Luckily, we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled a list of 12 pubs in London that are… View Article
Half a Dozen Pubs for Crimbo Festivities
It’s Christmas! Well… almost. And, for most of us that means detangling the fairy lights and draping whatever’s left of last year’s tinsel onto the tree. That’s about as far as we’ll go when it comes to decorating our homes or work spaces during the festive period but not for these classic pubs. We’ve got… View Article
The Marrowbone and Cleaver
Except for one summer spent sleeping inside a truck in a concrete yard in Northern Ireland, Guy Martin has lived within 20 miles of the Grimsby hospital he was born in, on the 4th November 1981. But that hasn’t stopped the professional truck mechanic from winning multiple international road races, plus scoring fifteen Isle of… View Article
6 Historic Pubs in Britain with Fascinating Stories to Tell
From smugglers and ghosts to bankers and politicians, Britain’s pubs have been the scene of countless shocking events and surprising anecdotes over the centuries. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most intriguing pub histories in the country, so if you like a good story to accompany your beer, read on… The Turf Tavern,… View Article
Best back-to-uni pub crawl in central London
Whether you’re a fresher or a returning student with years of hard work (and insane nights out) behind your back, this year’s pub crawl will blow your mind. Starting near Charing Cross Station, this collection of pubs is perfect for a great night out to mingle with old friends and make some new ones! From… View Article
Sherry: A Long Awaited Comeback?
The UK’s love affair with sherry is long-standing and deep-rooted – Shakespeare is just one of countless British luminaries who refer to it in their writing with great affection- so why has it fallen from favour in recent years and is it true that a comeback is finally just around the corner? Beginning at the… View Article
Good Pubs Hang in the Balance
Britons buy more of their beer in supermarkets and bottle shops than they do in pubs and restaurants. So what can publicans do to make us give up on the comfort and convenience of drinking at home? Beer Sommelier Anthony Gladman goes in search of the magic ingredient that you can’t get in a can…. View Article
10 Pubs with Rooms in West Scotland
Explore the lochs, rivers and breath-taking countryside of West Scotland. These 10 pubs all have rooms so you can use them as a base for your exploring. Hike the West Highland Way or take a more leisurely walk around a loch. End your walk in one of these fantastic pubs and enjoy the very best… View Article
Plan your staycation in Cornwall
We’ve chosen eight pubs for the perfect staycation in Cornwall. Beautiful sandy beaches, quiet coves and bustling harbours, there is something for everyone. A holiday in Cornwall offers surfing, art galleries, fabulous locally sourced cuisine, and walks along coastal paths. Plan your stay, book a room, grab your bucket and spade and enjoy the Cornish hospitality…. View Article
There and Back Again
Lisa Edwards shares her favourite country pubs that offer rest and a well-earned pint at the end of hikes around the UK. It is a truth universally acknowledged that every good hike must end with a good pub. I walk with hiking groups and we start talking about what drink we’d like and what food… View Article
5 of the Best Pubs for a Gin Crawl
We’ve compiled a gin crawl list: Whether your tipple is shaken, spiced or simple, these pubs offer them all
A reoccurring theme throughout Christopher Winn’s “Walk Through History, Discover Victorian London” is Winn’s love for Victorian pubs and the fascinating history surrounding them.
The best-loved Vegan Pubs
We’ve compiled a list of the very best vegan pubs that have exciting and nutritious meals on their menus.
Best pub roast in Britain revealed
The Feathers Inn in Stocksfield named as the winner of the Best British Roast Dinner competition.
Good Pubs and German Beers
Oktoberfest is a fantastic beer festival that takes places every year in Munich, but you don’t have to travel to Germany to enjoy the delightful experience of a good German beer!
Shake up your mocktail menu
Shake, stir and serve up more interest, variety and creativity from behind the bar
What have the Romans ever done for us? Well, for a start, they’ve given us pub signs…