Lytham St Annes
Set in the heart of Lytham, like a jewel in the crown, stands The Taps, a place of great reknown.
The Bell offers an extensive menu to suit all tastes and appetites, complemented with a fine selection of real ales, wines and spirits, and along with traditional log fires you?ll find it a delightful place to drink & dine with family & friends.
The Star Inn
If you are looking for good beers, great wines, wonderful food and a warm welcome, then look no further. Simon and Elaine, along with their staff are waiting to serve you at The Star Inn, Copmere, near Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
The Jolly Crispin
?A festival of beer - every day? Up To 9 Real Ales Available - Snacks & Cobs - Hot Food At The Weekend Beer Garden - Dog Friendly - Large Car Park - Great Service
Top Pub is a friendly and adaptable family oriented pub which is owned and operated by locals who are keen to go the extra mile. A destination pub for walkers, riders, cyclists, bikers and all lovers of real ale.
Den Engel - Belgian Beer Embassy
Relaxed Belgian style bar, over 100 Belgian beers including lots on tap, three dozen genevers, three or four changing real ales, enjoyable food in upstairs restaurant.
Introducing the Oddest one yet - the one that's in Chorlton. The youngest of the Odd bars and the oddest yet (Now we get the name, itís so obvious!!) Oddest lives on Wilbraham road, opposite Kingbee records, who also kit out the awesome (and free) jukebox to create a fab atmosphere both day and night.
The Sir Loin Of Beef
A traditional real ale pub where you can drink fine cask beer without being distracted by children and television (a pub your dad would like).There are a number of submarine artifacts and time is called on a claxon. 8 hand pulls - Plum Porter is a permanent beer.
The Swan Hotel
This former coaching inn has become a focal point for the County town, combining 18th century history with 21st century style. A relaxed atmosphere, attention to professional service and a warm family welcome awaits.
The Generous Briton
Every town and village needs its own "great pub" - whether it's a traditional boozer, a sports bar or family-friendly pub with restaurant. At The Generous Briton they guarantee to bring you the best in atmosphere and service, as well as their undeniably top-quality real ales.If you're looking to watch the match with your friends, shoot some pool, or have a chat over a glass of wine or a pint of beer The Generous Briton is the right place for you.
The Paul Pry
This pub is listed in the CAMRA inventory of pubs because of the remaining original features. These include a mahogany bar, majolica style tiling and terrazzo flooring. It was built in 1901. it has been renovated to make it a relaxed day time pub with a good selection of ales, lager, soft drinks and coffee with old fashioned pub grub.
The Fox and Anchor
The Fox & Anchor originates from the late Victorian era and has been serving the traders of Smithfield Market for years. The Stout of choice in this fantastic pub is Titanic Stout.