Whether you’re a native Londoner or visiting for the first time, you’ll love going to these amazing pubs and enjoying a pint and some fish and chips.
The pub is a favorite pastime for Londoners. Many of the city’s pubs have been standing for centuries, and are still serving up traditional British fare, including the famous Sunday roast—and an array of drinks to a bar full of loyal patrons. Every pub offers something a little different, catering to a slightly different demographic, but there’s something for every kind of patron in London.
There are so many different ways to judge the top pubs in Ireland. Length of time in business, popularity, unique features, best pulled pints and poured cocktails, the quality of the craic and live music.
Thankfully, the folks at MailOnline Travel have shared their ranking of the best pubs in Ireland. If you’re trying to pick which pubs to prioritize on your next trip to Ireland, you can’t go wrong with one of these.
Last month was Food and Drink month here on IrishCentral, so we asked you to tell us where the best place to eat in Ireland is.
Almost 200 IrishCentral readers responded to our survey, telling us where their favorite place in Ireland was and why.
Not surprisingly, “great food,” “friendly people,” and “music” were among the most popular reasons readers cited a pub or restaurant as their favorite:… continue reading Best pubs and restaurants in Ireland, according to you!
Exploring Edinburgh will have you convinced that somehow you have been transported back to a medieval time. Bursting with cobblestoned streets, charred-rock buildings, and imposing structures crafted in an age gone by, the city holds onto and celebrates its history within every corner. Continue at Source: 10 Edinburgh Pubs That Will Have You Stepping Back In Time
THE best pubs in Ireland include one that got blown up by mistake, a spot where you can get a pint and a new belt, and a boozer that used to accept dead birds as payment.
The Dead Rabbit’s Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, from Belfast, together with Louth man and Irish whiskey expert Tim Herlihy conducted a two month-long whirlwind tour of the country in a VW bus they christened ‘Poppy’. Continue at Source: Six of Ireland’s best pubs you have to visit before you die revealed
An izakaya is sort of like a gastropub: a casual drinking spot that has above-average pub grub. In Tokyo, you can’t throw an onigiri – a rice ball – without hitting one of these fun, festive, bibulous spots. So we sorted it out for you, finding the best izakayas in town. Below are the seven best. Continue at Source: 7 Best Izakaya Restaurants in Tokyo
Stella magazine’s style-seeking writers unearth four of Britain’s best pubs with rooms, including a foodie pub-hotel, a seaside retreat, and a quirky village bolthole.
The little foodie extras give this village pub-hotel its charm, from the exquisite afternoon tea served on arrival to the Thermos of hot chocolate and mini Disaronno bottle left by the bed at night. The dinner menu in the Scandi-chic restaurant (which smells beautifully of woodsmoke) looks simple and traditional at first glance, but the cooking is ambitious and brilliantly executed. Unsurprising, given that the pair behind the hotel are Scottish chef Tom Kitchin (the youngest winner of a Michelin star) and his wife Michaela. Kick off with a martini (made with local gin) and a bowl of salty pig’s ears. Continue at Source: Book It: Four fantastic British pubs where you can spend the night
Throughout June, IrishCentral is celebrating Irish food and drink! You can follow the whole story on social media just search for #FoodMyMammyMade and #ICFood. Or you can keep up to date with all our Food and Drink stories here or never miss a recipe by checking out our dedicated topic page here. See more at Source: Best Irish pub in every state in the United States
In years gone by, the food that you could expect at your local wouldn’t have been much more than a packet of crisps and some nuts.
But today there are plenty of great gastropubs to choose from across the country, offering delicious comfort food and cosy surroundings. Here’s our pick of the best. See more at Source: 12 of the best gastropubs in Scotland – Scotsman Food and Drink
A regular fixture on Saturday morning television, he now runs restaurants James Martin Manchester and The Kitchen at Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa in Hampshire and recently presented James Martin’s Great British Adventure.
“It’s a glorious part of the UK,” he says of Hampshire, “with the New Forest and the Isle of Wight as well as Portsmouth and Chichester in easy reach.”