The pub where Henry Cooper used to train and where Clapton used to play is being given a multi-million pound makeover by Electric Star Group pubs.
Ever wondered what it was like to work in a restaurant? Restaurant blogger and influencer Dominic Rowntree recently stepped across the divide to begin work front of house at London's historic Guinea Grill. Here's his diary of the first few weeks on the job.
Expect a holy trinity of beer, food and live music at this American beer company's first UK brewpub which has landed on Shoreditch High Street.
Having been shut for five months, the popular live music pub The Bedford in Balham is about to open the doors to show off its multi-million pound new look. The Grade II listed building has had a shed load of money lavished on it and will now have five bars, four private rooms, a ballroom and a live music club as well as 15 bedrooms upstairs.
Back in the days when a tweet by Ed Sheeran was lucky to get 21 likes, the popstar mentioned his love of the venue. It's said
Hippo Inns are turning three floors of Farringdon pub into an après ski fest of schnitzels, Alpine beer and hot toddies.
Ousting the old M&S which looked out on to Pancras Road, this huge new Wetherspoons is going to have room for hundreds of thirsty commuters.
What better idea for a London brewery to open their own tap room in a pub just down the road from where they're making their beer? That's what Five Points Brewing Company have done with their takeover of this popular Hackney pub.
Back when it opened in June, Dan Doherty's Marylebone pub The Royal Oak kicked off with a tiny menu, while the chef and his team went about putting useful things like a proper kitchen in. Now, almost three months down the line they're about to kick things off.
This week sees them launch a proper a-la-carte menu as well as Saturday brunch and Sunday lunch and, well, we thought you might like to take a look at what's on offer.
Tucked down a residential side street in Angel is a canalside pub turning out Cajun and Creole food. We along for a taste of the Deep South.
The pub that inspired George Orwell's famous Moon Under Water essay has been taken over by the landlord who runs The Gun in Hackney and he's brought in help to serve up some interesting bar food too.
In a story so crazy you couldn't make it up, an Archway pub has had its application to open a wine bar/nursery rejected.
The Archway Tavern has been closed for four years now, but an application by leaseholder Dr Imtiaz Sarder was proposing to put a nursery in the back of the building whilst changing the pub to a wine bar.
Unsurprisingly that didn't cut much mustard with the planners who turned the drinking and daycare combo down, saying: "The
The huge new Woodberry Down development by Manor House now has its own pub. The Naturalist will be open all day and is setting itself up to offer a mean weekend brunch and Sunday lunch.
London's gastropub scene has been getting a real injection of creativity of late, what with Dan Doherty and Tom Oldroyd both opening their own boozers and Henry Harris bringing his skills to a range of pubs
The last three months have been a bit of a whirlwind for chef Dan Doherty. In April he announced he was leaving the restaurant which catapulted him to fame - the open-all-hours Duck & Waffle. Last month his TV show Britain's Best Home Cook launched and news of
Tom Oldroyd has followed up his first restaurant by turning Landlord at the Duke of Richmond. We head along to the pub to find out more...
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