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Deershead

Deershead

About 20 yards from the front of Castlecourt, this once-forgotten bar has recently gone through a renascence mainly because of the food, which is excellent) and you can’t get near it on a Friday afternoon when all the CSA bailout from the building facing it. Part of the bar is boothed traditional affair where you […]

Crown

Crown

Every time I travel home the first pub I must drink in is the Crown, as this is the only pub in the UK owned by the national trust, it is boothed, wood finished stain class windowed. It looks like a temple to drinking, foods pretty good and the Guinness is excellent. It is always […]

Clarendon

Clarendon

Deceptively purple pub on the outside; also because it is a corner bar you expect it to be massive inside, which it is not, it is small contemporary wood finished affair, with an exceptionally good pint of Guinness. Nice and relaxed inside, seats where a bit uncomfortable, had to drink more to take the edge […]

Capstan

Capstan

Just off Cornmarket, this is an upstairs pub over the ever-changing shop downstairs, it has, as the name would suggest a nautical fee, for many years I wondered why it had cloth nailed to the ceiling. It turns out they were meant to be sails. A bit dodgy at night and there are significantly better […]