A long established bar in Edinburgh which sits off Surgeon’s Hall tucked away like a local secret. Brass Monkey offers a range of beverages from whiskies to coffee served with Tunnocks Teacakes – a touch which very much epitomizes this wood panel watering hole. They sport a range of posters and an intimate back room which harbours bubbling conversation. Read more
The Palatine Bar in Shacklewell London is a new and developing venue with a focus on great music and quality real ales brought in from micro brewerys Brodie’s of Leyton and Ha’penny of Ilford. An arts bar with a relaxed atmosphere it is becoming increasingly popular with the locals of Shacklewell, especially creative types with paintings by local artists adorning the walls of the bar. Read more
TV21 is a television, film and music themed venue. Established in 2006, TV21 has kept pace with changing music, culture and events and remains one of the most popular bars in the area. TV21 is your ‘home away from home’, with relaxed seating, great food, an extensive bar and a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere, it’s a great place to simply chill out !
Two floors of TV, film & Music heaven; the interior look of TV21 is very colourful, with posters, memorabilia and eye-catching various props on display that customers will recognise from major films and television shows.
With Edinburgh University around the corner, it is little surprise that the Meadow Bar has long been a favourite of students and academics. Those in the know forsake the self-consciously happening haunts in this part of town for the understated cool of the ‘Moo Bar’, whose denizens drink proper pints and are as likely to be reading about the footie as swatting up on Kafka. You can eat and drink in either the funky bar downstairs or the charming low-ceilinged dining room upstairs.
With ten cask handpulls, traditional pub snacks, the best jukebox in Manchester, live music and entertainment every week, we’re your local pub in the heart of the city.
You can’t just create a sense of history: You have to earn it
And the 200 year long story of The Castle Hotel is woven not just into its bricks and mortar, its Victorian tiles or its mosaic floors. It’s a feeling that you can’t out your finger on. It’s in its people. In its memories. And in the layers of history built up over centuries of experience.