The British Pub Culture

Spending some quality time at a pub over the weekend is a time honoured tradition in Britain. Drinking alcohol is a part of the culture on the British capital London. The city boasts over hundreds pubs to cater to different budgets. As most of them operate 24 hours a day, visitors can pop in for their favourite wine or beer anytime.
The pub is nothing new in London. In fact, it is an inherent part of the British culture as are the cities royal palaces and other historic monuments. Even in the times of yore, many Londoners would gather at a local pub to drink ale and socialize and enjoy gossiping. They would also indulge in playing darts, dominoes and billiards at the pub. Even today, the pub serves as one of the best and most preferred venues for relaxation and socializing.
Some of the most rated pubs in London are as follows:

  • Anglesea Arms, 35 Wingate Road, W6
  • The Pig’s Ear, 35 Old Church Street, Chelsea, London SW3
  • Bull & Last, 168 Highgate Road, NW5
  • Duke of Cambridge, 30 St Peter’s Street, Islington, London N1
  • The Peasant, 240 St John Street, Clerkenwell, Clerkenwell, London EC1V

Do not miss reading the signpost outside every pub. Many still have a picture signpost as it used to be in the 14th century London.

From every Friday to Sunday, the pubs across London witness a huge visitor rush. In fact, many pubs also feature numerous hotels in their vicinity offering guests in these hotels easy access. So, on your upcoming visit to London, ensure to socialize with the locals at a London pub.

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