Not the first time I’ve been in Ye Olde Murenger House, and hopefully not the last, but I always say that about the Dead Poets and the Coopers Arms. The Murenger, of course, was built to Sir Humphrey’s exact specifications, unlike all those Rochdale pubs he snapped up on the cheap, and is a gem.… Continue reading Well, could YOU walk past the Murenger ?
Ah ! But which river ? The Senne ? The Ivel ? The Dee ? Here’s your clues; Mudgie has it already. But here’s more; Ooh, culture AND music. And sport in this unexciting looking venue. Oooh, look who’s on the telly; Is this a clue ? And is that Thierry Henry on the other… Continue reading GUESS THE PUB GOES TO THE RIVER
Bass pubs are fine, but I know what you’re really after* is some photos of Sir Humphrey’s homages to an Edwardian era. With Dickensian working conditions. There’s been a tiny difficulty capturing the majesty of Sam’s pubs of late. But you can get round the mobile phone ban one way; and I’d like you to… Continue reading SEVEN SAM SMITHS SIZZLERS