While some guides focus on the fashionable and others on the expensive — or even grungy — there are few you should trust as much as this reputable pocket guide to London’s very best pubs and bars.
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The Pocket Good Guide: Best London Pubs and Bars is an honest, enjoyable, agenda–free guide to 250 of the capital’s finest places to drink and eat. Ranging from the back–street charm of Belgravia’s Grenadier (famed for its Bloody Marys) and the period glamour of the bar at Claridges to the laidback charm of Clerkenwell’s Caf–Kick (tapas and football tables)—there's a gem on every page. Sit back, take in the atmosphere, watch the people, and enjoy the food and drink. From uptown to downtown, it's London living at its best. Alisdair Aird has been the editor of The Good Pub Guide for more than 20 years.About the Author:
Prominent in consumer research, Alisdair Aird worked for many years with Which?, editing its motoring magazine and Which? magazine itself. He set up Holiday Which? and the consumer policy and research side of the National Consumer Council. He has edited The Good Pub Guide since its first edition in 1983. Fiona Stapley has worked alongside Alisdair Aird on the Good Pub Guide for over 10 years.
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Book Description Ebury Press, U.S.A., 2004. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Pocket Good Guide: Best London Pubs and Bars (Pocket Good Guides)Aird, Alisdair.New, may have slight shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # 001530
Book Description Ebury Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX009189669X