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London's Riverside Pubs: A Guide to the Best of London's Riverside Watering Holes

London's Riverside Pubs: A Guide to the Best of London's Riverside Watering Holes (Paperback)

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Applying the winning formula of "London's Best Pubs" to focus on riverside watering holes, this book shows the best that the capital has to offer along the Thames and the Grand Union Canal. Extending from Walton-on-Thames to Thamesmead, the book features 100 pubs, giving a variety of venues for the perfect afternoon by the river. Divided by area and accompanied by photography showcasing both exteriors and interiors, the pubs described here will appeal to a broad range of visitors, both tourists and London residents alike. Every entry features an overview of the cask ales on offer, together with informative historical and architectural snapshots and details on the character of each pub. This title is suitable for: visitors to London who are looking for great riverside locations; and London residents who are looking for a break from their usual pub choices.

Travel & MapsTravel & holiday guidesRestaurant, cafe & pub guides Publisher: IMM Lifestyle Books Publication Date: 25/02/2011 ISBN-13: 9781847737106  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Tim Hampson is a writer and regular broadcaster on beer and public houses. Chairman of the British Guild of Beer Writers, his work appears in the Telegraph, Food & Travel magazine, What's Brewing and Morning Advertiser. He has also appeared on BBC Good Food Live and Sky TV. Jon Meade is a London-based photographer who specialises in architecture, people and spaces.

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