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    Name changes, EC1 and N1.

    Craft Beer Co Old Street

    Shortly to reopen, this is now yet another branch of Simmons - could you move the current photos to the back page?

    The Poet

    Reverted back to The Baring.

    Ta.
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    I love ROB's reason for closing The Buxhall Crown...

    I love ROB's reason for closing The Buxhall Crown - does the uncertainty relate to the pub or the poor landlady?;)



    :D
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    If the reopening timetable doesn't get derailed.

    If the reopening timetable doesn't get derailed.
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    Just The Ship...

    Just The Ship for me. I didn't go in the pub (I don't think), so can't comment on it, but the 'garden' is - or was - in one of the least attractive locations I can think of.
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    More beer gardens....

    More beer gardens.
  6. Thread: Address update.

    by Tris39
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    Address update.

    The Old Horse

    The full address is 198 London Road.

    Ta.
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    It looks attractive, certainly from the outside...

    It looks attractive, certainly from the outside and would probably make for a good triple-header with The Pembury Tavern.



    Flight Club has push button service, but that's where the old 'norm'...
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    Perhaps it had to be rebuilt in set as a result...

    Perhaps it had to be rebuilt in set as a result of it being destroyed by the plane crash?

    I don't really mind if pubs get gastrofied, but it's depressing when entering a pub to be confronted with...
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    Some gorgeous-looking pubs in beautiful...

    Some gorgeous-looking pubs in beautiful locations. From the websites though, one or two of these look seriously over gastrofied; according to its website, https://www.pubsgalore.co.uk/pubs/55335/ was...
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    Passed again last night and a new note in the...

    Passed again last night and a new note in the window states that it's not fully opening until 12th, so perhaps normality will return and I can go and surf the pumps, then perhaps check out the just...
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    Yes, there's a tiny patio out back with some -...

    Yes, there's a tiny patio out back with some - possibly new - pavement seating. There's certainly keg of some sort, even if it's just fizz, but I think that not a single active pump is a bit lame for...
  12. Thread: NW5.

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    NW5.

    For The Rabbit Hole, could you move the existing photos to the back page?

    Ta.
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    Walked past The Cock Tavern...

    Walked past The Cock Tavern which has reopened. Peered in the window only to see that the magnificent inline 16-pump beer engine didn't have a single clip. :(
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    If only I'd had a pint to send back...:(

    If only I'd had a pint to send back...:(
  15. Thread: pubs galore bar

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    Another trip to the bottle shop last night to...

    Another trip to the bottle shop last night to encounter a diminished choice.
    Plumped for ELB's Nightwatchman first which didn't really match the description. It was in fact a little bland and...
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    Heard of him but don't find him funny. Not a...

    Heard of him but don't find him funny. Not a great pub choice either.
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    Drinking at The Lauriston...

    Drinking at The Lauriston last night: Josh Widdicombe.
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    Sticky: ELB's Cowcatcher ELB's Peacock Both consumed...

    ELB's Cowcatcher
    ELB's Peacock

    Both consumed at The Flaneur's Arms between Kentish Town and Dartmouth Park. Cowcatcher pipped the Peacock to the winning line due to its increased strength and...
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    Coming out of lockdown last night at The...

    Coming out of lockdown last night at The Flaneur's Arms and passing close to the gravity of the all-inviting Tapping the Admiral with one table available, rejected due to the weather. A couple of...
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    Name change, NW5.

    Duke of St. Albans

    To reopen shortly as a wine bar called Swain's.

    Ta.
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    Sticky: Ha! I've walked this stretch many times during...

    Ha! I've walked this stretch many times during lockdown, usually nearing midnight. Last night on the approach from King's Cross, I decided to bypass this stretch and walk just to the north through...
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    I haven't seen a C & B logo since my photo of the...

    I haven't seen a C & B logo since my photo of the former Portman Arms - I remember when they were really quite common and not the sign of a great pub.

    I did though know that C & B started out as...
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    Sticky: Jealous!:( Perhaps there should be a thread:...

    Jealous!:(

    Perhaps there should be a thread: Pub (pavement with screaming sirens, boy racers, knife-wielding hoodies on bikes, aggressive beggars, rain and freezing wind) Of The Month.
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    No pubs for me at all this year.:( I thought C &...

    No pubs for me at all this year.:( I thought C & B had gone to the wall years ago.
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    ...and not a bad former singer....

    ...and not a bad former singer. - I thought I recognised that haircut.
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