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Grecian_Jay

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Coombe Cellars. Quality pub and can't believe I've not known about it until now.

Possibly trying The Hour Glass tonight as everyone bangs on about it and I've never been.
 

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Another hat-trick of tries for the boy!
Coombe Cellars. Quality pub and can't believe I've not known about


Yeah, great summer pub, sitting on the Teign as the sunshines or sets watching the jet skiers and boats sail by.
Also not a million miles away in Stokeinteignhead, The Church House Inn was always a great summer pub, thatched roof etc, and some real characters.
Often used to go there after a days carp fishing at Rocombe or Charlecombe ponds.
 

Grecian_Jay

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Coombe Cellars. Quality pub and can't believe I've not known about


Yeah, great summer pub, sitting on the Teign as the sunshines or sets watching the jet skiers and boats sail by.
Also not a million miles away in Stokeinteignhead, The Church House Inn was always a great summer pub, thatched roof etc, and some real characters.
Often used to go there after a days carp fishing at Rocombe or Charlecombe ponds.
Yep was a great setting as the sun set over the river. Pain in the arse to get to mind.
 

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The Barley Mow, Shoreditch. Pleasantly surprised for a London boozer, 8 ales on and a decent slurp of Guinness. £3.80 a pint but avoid the thai burgers at £9 a pop :-O
 

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The Royal Oak, Milborne St Andrew, Dorset.

Last night for the 'all you can eat pie night.'

Superb value at £7:95 per person.
 

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Having arrived early in Camden for the Camper Van gig on Wednesday, I found myself having a pint in the Hawley Arms, the pub made famous mainly through being the "local" of Amy Winehouse. Had Hopback's Crop Circle on tap, but I went for a Hoegaarden instead.

As one might expect from a Camden boozer, it was full of people in silly hats.
 
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