"Pubs" Blogs & Blog Posts

Teena in TorontoTeena in Toronto

It's all about me living in Toronto.

 
Mo "Mad Dog" StoneskinMo "Mad Dog" Stoneskin

Mad and wacky observational humour from the crazy mind of an ordinary bloke...

 
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A blog about Richmond upon Thames local issues by a local resident.

 
Sydney Bar ZineSydney Bar Zine

This is an independent guide to Sydney’s cocktail bars, pubs and clubs. O...

 


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The new buyers of a famously lopsided pub in England, The Crooked House, quickly demolished it after arsonists gutted the building. No-one being fooled, least of all the courts—("Access to the premises was hindered by an 8-foot (2.4 m) mound of ear...

Cirkuskroen is a marionette-filled circus themed pub in Denmark. The whimsical dive bar displays over 1,300 clown figurines who seem to watch you as you drink and dine. Besides its whimsical interior, Cirkuskroen is known for being both one of the sm...

What better symbol of the miserable state of British life than the biggest pub chain there screwing over customers by charging "surge pricing" for drinks? Welcome to unhappy hour. Customers have become accustomed to surge pricing across various...

"We haven't thought about COVID-19. It's really nice," says the owner of a bar in the perfectly-themed city of Dublin, Ohio.

The Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in St Albans, Hertfordshire, survived war, famine, and the Black Death but the financial damage from COVID-19 ended its run.

Piel Island is a 50-acre plot of land about a half mile off the northwest coast of England; you can get there by ferry, or, if the tides are right, by a sandwalk. The small island is home to the Shipp Inn, a castle from the 1300s, as well as seasonal...

Hospitality bookings are down by a third in December, suggesting Brits have voluntarily wound back social events despite not being under lockdown.