Pubs finally reopen on 4th July. Here's what you can expect from so-called "Super Saturday".
It seems as though Black Twitter cracks these jokes every year, so I went round various pubs to find out the truth first-hand.
A fixture of the communities where migrants have settled, South Asian-owned pubs offer tandoori grills and homemade roti alongside draught ale and darts.
The Golden Lion in Todmorden has hosted British techno legend Andrew Weatherall and Justin Robertson. Mr. Scruff loved the place so much, he refused his fee after playing there.
The only time you’ll find people from around the globe coming together to wave flags at someone thrusting to "Pretty Fly For a White Guy".
Unsurprisingly, sticky carpets didn’t make the cut.
“I had all this space outside and I just thought, ‘Why not use it for something worthwhile?’” explains Jan Parker-Brooks of Bolton’s Stork Tavern. “The children can learn about where food comes from and afterwards, I serve it in the pub for everyone.”
Cafes and restaurants are pushing pubs out of UK towns at an alarming rate.
Four pubs close every day in Britain but in Manchester, people are taking matters into their own hands—literally—and building a boozer from scratch. Everything from the bar tiles to the dart boards is being handmade by volunteers.
Welcome back to Last Call, where we visit watering holes to collect life advice from their trusty barkeepers. In a special MUNCHIES Guide to British Food edition, we meet 70-year-old Sandra Esquilant at London's Golden Heart pub.
As Glasgow leaves behind it’s reputation as “the city of the stare,” its famously unwelcoming “hard men” pubs are also being lost to city regeneration and changing drinking tastes.