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The Britannia, Margate

Sunday afternoon. Summer. Drizzly. Popped in here more for shelter than beer. Bulk standard boozer with drinks to match. Nothing fancy. Staff okay. Customers late teens to thirties. Mates, couples, families. Not abrasive but a little edgy. Like a bar in downtown Guatemala City. Garden out back for kids. Large boozer. Has music. Next to police station. Did close not so long ago but reopened under local community pressure. Can't see the cops using it as their local.

25 Oct 2011 21:07

Captain Digby, Broadstairs

Basically this is a family oriented restaurant with the 'pub' as a secondary thing. Beers okay, service reasonable (vying with eaters' orders), although not much seating for drinkers. Restaurant is big, can be noisy with kids (and parents). Service when there a few weeks back was quick (end of the weekend serving day) and the place a bit quieter apart from the all-to-common family with undisciplined kids and adults who don't give a toss about other people. Food was okay, nothing to write home about, although the portions were large, perhaps because it was near closing time. Probably better lunchtimes during a schoolday.

25 Oct 2011 20:59

Honeysuckle Inn, Ramsgate

I must admit it was last year when I ventured into here, led by a tracker attuned to off-the beaten track Ramsgate experiences. And what a find. Nothing special in the beer stakes, but a throwback to a bygone era. If it were closer it would become one of my locals. A most agreeable atmosphere, and sitting outside on a sunny day....well, one could have been in the heatwave of 1976, save for the more agreeable beer. So this one's points include a uniqueness factor, and why not?

25 Oct 2011 20:49

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