BAR-FLIES, PUB CATS AND DOGS AT THE COCK

Next, a shameless pitch for the pub cat market, estimated at being worth about $7.7 trillion annually for bloggers and tweeters. A short post from Blakeney, winner of “Best Village” apparently, despite having no central pub and having converted all its pretty shops to chintzy houses. Decent walks, too, though until my “scratch and sniff”… Continue reading BAR-FLIES, PUB CATS AND DOGS AT THE COCK

CLASSIC BRISTOL PUB CATS IN THE LIME KILN

  Some decent pubs, great street art, and scary hills in Bristol on our trip.  But it was the casual dining that’s really impressed. After those Lebanese tapas and Bus burritos, we had some very cheap Vietnamese grub in Tuk Tuck. Getting lost in Leonard Lane on the way was a bonus. Never make Mrs RM walk… Continue reading CLASSIC BRISTOL PUB CATS IN THE LIME KILN

TOP 100 PUBS – THE BAG OF NAILS, BRISTOL

For a place with so much craft beer (craft by anyone’s definition) Bristol has a superb collection of traditional boozers.  I rarely see the city mentioned in the same league as Norwich or Sheffield, which is odd. Being picky, the Beer Guide pubs can seem dominated by students, and I’ve had the odd bit of… Continue reading TOP 100 PUBS – THE BAG OF NAILS, BRISTOL