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The Greyhound, Bromley

Does what it says on the tin. Always busy, never a bad pint and always a decent selection

20 Jan 2016 16:27

TP's, Bromley

Absolute stab shop. Changes name every couple of years when license it taken away after another incident. Avoid.

20 Jan 2016 16:16

The Tom Foolery, Bromley

This has been called the Barrel & Horn for a couple of years now (still owned by Fullers)

20 Jan 2016 16:13

The Swan and Mitre, Bromley

Been in here twice in the last month, both times for midweek footy. Has had a recent revamp. Not a massive fan of the new decor, but the staff were friendly enough and a decent point of Timothy Taylor and Theakson's old Peculiar.

One major gripe though, the main TV is located in such a place that the only place you can watch it properly from is from behind the bar. Still its nearer to home than the Partridge which doesn't have Sky and I don't fancy ever chancing the Hop & Grape which is even nearer.

20 Jan 2016 16:10

Bromley's, Bromley

Antic are planning top re-open the Royal Bell:

20 Jan 2016 11:37

The Star and Garter, Bromley

Currently under scaffold and work being done. Fingers crossed for this pub as it is a lovely building - built for same brewery as The Railway (Nalder & Collyer of Croydon)

20 Jan 2016 11:33

The Partridge, Bromley

Decent enough pub, although being Fullers a bit pricier than most in Bromley. No longer has Sky Sports (but does have BT)

20 Jan 2016 11:29

The Shortlands Tavern, Shortlands

Much improved from my last visit a couple of years ago - a choice of three ales which have been different on my two visits this month. Friendly staff and good atmosphere. Will be a more regular vistor in future

28 Aug 2013 18:24

The Red Lion, Bromley

Despite being a Greene King house I have nothing bad to sya about the Lion. Cosy friendy boozer with well kept ales and toasties for 1.50 - result!

1 Dec 2008 12:42

The Lion Tavern, Liverpool

For some reason this was my fisrt visit to the Lion. Had drifted over to the railway as I new it had been reopened after a revamp but sadly all ales were off.
Popped next store and was delighted with what I found. Lovely interior, nicely kept ales and pork pies.

1 Dec 2008 12:36

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