Famous Pubs and Bars in Great Britain

Alcohol has been the component of English traditions from many centuries. Pubs and bars were set in motion to appear in conjunction with the Roman road association as it extended itself across the country. Pubs primarily used to sell beer and now they are more controlled due to the involvement of licenses. The people in Britain after work head towards the pubs and bars to de stress after hectic work. Britain houses approx 50k bars and pubs and the footfall in the bars and pubs is around 15 millions in a week.  Here is a list of some of the famous pubs and bars in Great Britain.

The Red Lion

The Red Lion is one of the oldest and prominent pubs located in the heart of London city and served most of the Prime Minister’s till Edward Heath, who banged in for a drink. The Red Lion is the ideal place for those who love political history.

The pub doles out breakfast, lunch and dinner with some mouth watering treat on beer and other beverages and runs seven days a week. The Red Lion has two bars; Main Bar which operates from 9 am till midnight and Cellar Bar operates from 11am to 10pm and the Dining Room is operational from 7am to 10pm.

The Red Lion also has a function room which ideal for a private party and too spacious to accommodate 40 people. The pub also offers Wi-Fi facility to the guests so that they don’t miss any important business email.

The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn is a terrific country pub located in the Oxfordshire area inviting everyone children, young and old and even the cavalier king charles spaniel puppies.

The pub offers everything what you expect from a conventional pub, with the variety of 12 ales, lagers & ciders matching the taste of everyone. The pub has fireplaces which add to the coziness in the atmosphere.

The pub also houses a restaurant ideal for business lunch or family dinner and Steaks is the most popular dish. They also offer habitual British classics, Pasta & Pizzas and special menu for kids.

The bar opens seven days a week 12 pm – 11:30 pm (Sunday – Thursday) & 12:30 pm – 11:30 pm (Friday & Saturday)

The Scotia

Scotia is the oldest pub running from last 200 years and the most famous pub in Glasgow.         

It is the ideal place if to eat home cooked food in a welcoming pub which drips charm. The Scotia serves an extensive array of excellent quality beers and ales as well as their own beer Belhaven Best.

To give titillating feel while you are eating and drinking, the bar has live music playing. The bands play four days a week and offer rock to folk.

The pub operates seven days a week 11 am – midnight (Monday – Saturday) & 12:30 pm – midnight (Sunday).

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