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Britain is known for many things but one thing we treasure most of all is our great comfort foods. This week (6th-12th March) we’re celebrating one of the best of them with British Pie Week! Pies are an integral part of our culture, you just have to look back at our history to see that. They were infamously filled with human flesh in the London legend of Sweeney Todd, they were a fundamental meal for the working classes in the nineteenth century and, of course, the festive mince pie is an important tradition at Christmas! Ultimately, British pies are loved …

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With the 6 Nations just around the corner once again (4th Feb- 18th Mar), we’re readying ourselves for the next few weekends full of Hakas, team chants and a bit of a buzz around London. Grab a pint or a fine ale and get merry with friends and fans alike at our selection of the best spots in London to watch the rubgy. C’mon England!

LL_rugby1Image: Wheatsheaf Facebook

The Wheatsheaf
6 Stoney Street, SE1 9AA

The Wheatsheaf, right around the corner from Borough Market, is a pub with a quirky and …

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Christmas Day is nearly upon us, so it’s high time to start thinking about the all-important roast dinner! The festive roast is way too good to have just once this year, so make sure you’re making the most of all the delectable places in London Town over the next few weeks! We know exactly where you should go for the Christmas dinner that won’t disappoint, so read on… 

themarksman_christmasfeastingImage: The Marksman Roast Rib

The Marksman
2554 Hackney Road, London, E27SJ

 This old pub on Hackney Road isn’t quite the local …

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When it’s cold outside there’s nothing more appealing then wrapping yourself in a duvet and getting stuck into a good book. But don’t let your love of literature stop you exploring all the city has to offer because, bibliophiles, we’ve got a solution. From graveyards to underground rooms, pubs to bars, we’ve found London’s most exciting literary locations. 

The George Inn, Southwark

No pub in London has a stronger connection to your GCSE English lessons than the George Inn on …

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Having been moving around east London for the last couple of month, The Craft Beer Social Club‘s pop-up pub arrives in Shoreditch for the next six weeks.

Justina Cruickshank founded The Craft Beer Social Club last year with the aim of helping people to explore, drink

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