Well.Glad to hear film industry types are and I qoute "knobs". I don't hear that too often.. Regardless-liked the information on best pubs in London. Visiting soon from hometown of Studio City. Thats Hollywood Burbank area of Los Angeles. Doing research in London for future FILM project. EXECELLENT detailed listing of spots to chill. Hope locals don't mind terribly if a few "knobs" pop by for a few pints some evenings..
Best West End pubs
The best pubs and bars in London’s West End, including Mayfair, Soho, Covent Garden, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, Bloomsbury and Holborn
Avoid the crowds and enjoy a quiet pint or a crafty G&T in London's best West End pubs. Whether you're looking for a place before a theatre show or a nightcap after a musical, follow Time Out's definitive guide to the finest pubs in the West End.
Contributions by Jessica Cargill Thompson, Michael Hodges, Lisa Mullen, Gabriel Tate, Gordon Thomson and Peter Watts
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@GW Because people that work in the film industry/arts/media are generally knobs. That's why. Can't stand all the arty-farty, pretentious, know-it-alls living on cukoo land with bad hygiene to boot. I know if this posting allowed 'recommendations' I would be getting some green thumbs up for the truth in this comment.
What on earth does Time Out have against "people that work in the film industry"? I'm not myself but know plenty. They are some of the most interesting people around, surely having a bit of glamour / creative types is a positive. Grow up, lose the chip, and if you're going to have a go, target someone who deserves it. Perhaps the author was fired / never got into the film industry?
As a Canadian, I will be celebrating the REAL Canada Day on July 1st, not June 30th...I hope you will correct your article so that I may have some people joining me on the right day!
Porterhouse, a big event and a must on your crawl if you are under 35. The ale is just a bit too chilled down, even for a continental like me.