Those discerning drinkers at Fancyapint have again put their heads together to collectively agree their top ten pubs visited in the last month. Brilliant boozers or dodgy dives – what do you think?
– Southampton Arms (Kentish Town)
A change or ownership, a refurb and we have an instant favourite (and five-pinter).
- The Dove (Hackney)
A little piece of Belgium in Hackney – one we go out of our way for.
- Lord Clyde (Highbury)
A friendly pub with good service and good food.
- Cock & Bottle (Westbourne Grove)
Proof that posh people like proper pubs too.
- Earl of Lonsdale (Notting Hill)
Back to the future, for this fine pub.
- The Castle (Holland Park, London)
An eccentric interior in a pretty good pub.
- Half Moon (Putney)
Music and people power join forces to rescue this pub from one of the most ill-advised “developments” we’ve encountered in a while.
- The Rose (Fulham)
Yet another identity change brings a much better pub to this location.
- King Edward VII (Stratford)
Popular with everyone around here – and deservedly so. Let’s hope it stays this way in 2012.
- Prince of Wales (Holland Park)
One of the more relaxed pubs round here.
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