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by Dave Perry,Rob Stepney
Author: Dave Perry,Rob Stepney
Publisher: Pintsize Press (July 26, 1991)
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From on-site microbreweries and Cambridge craft, to nuzzle worthy nooks and beloved favourites, the pub scene in Cambridge is one of the most enviable in the UK, and we're here to show you why. Check out our recommendations for the best pubs in Cambridge. Last updated on 25th July 2019.
Traditional English pubs : drinking and eating, a guide for visitors. In many English pubs, the large majority of consumers will be people from the neighborhood, the village, or the parish, who gather around the bar or table, just like in a episode of the popular TV series Midsomer Murders. The pub that people visit most regularly is known as their "local". There are many very old pubs in England. The oldest of all, it is said, is a Nottingham pub called the "Old Trippe to Jerusalem ", whose name dates dates back to the Middle Ages when it was an inn frequented by Crusaders.
Most countries have a national drink. But in pubs there is a general atmosphere of warmth and cosiness. The Pig and Whistle, The Bull, The Duke of Cambridge, et. In England it is beer, and the pub is a peculiarly English institution. The pub is the place where. Every pub has a sign outside with its name. All pubs have one distinctive feature: there is no waiter service there. If you want something you have to go and ask for it at the bar. People usually sit at tables and chat in a small room, called the bar, but the same term is used for the great counter of wood, where people stand and have their drinks.