When you think of Newcastle, you might not immediately think of fine dining, but you would be wrong. Newcastle is no longer the capital of spit and sawdust pubs and gallons of brown ale and meat pies, there are plenty of fantastic eateries in the biggest city in the north-east, here we look at 10 of the best.
Birmingham is a city renowned for its industrial heritage, its miles of canals and its fabulous shopping - but most of all, perhaps, for its fantastic selection of curry houses. But with the ‘Balti Triangle’ attracting over 20,000 visitors a week, and over 100 balti houses in the city, how do you know which to choose? Here’s our guide to some of the best.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do… when in Belfast, have Guinness and stew. Ireland is world-renowned for its pubs, its Guinness, its simple but delicious food and the legendary craic, a Gaelic word that has no literal translation into English, but which means ‘having fun’ (usually with a few pints of Guinness and a group of friends). Here, we look at 10 of Belfast’s best drinking holes, but be warned… reading this will make you thirsty.
Baltimore has played a significant role in the development of the beer industry over the past two centuries. In fact, the patent for the beer bottle cap was invented in Baltimore in 1829. Canton, a town local to Baltimore, was the site of the American Can Company, famous for being the first to can beer. The Baltimore area was saturated with breweries during the late 19th-century, but sadly many fell to the pressures of the 20th-century market.
Cambridge may be small, but it packs a big punch when it comes to pubs! Whether you’re a real ale fan, a history buff or a food connoisseur, you’re bound to find something you fancy in our list of Cambridge’s top ten pubs.
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