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It was encouraging to visit a pub that doesn't play loud music, that doesn't offer an endless range of over chilled beers and you don't feel uncomfortable when you walk in.
Indeed the gunmakers arms was none of these things. A well-presented bar area, with...More
Dropped in for a couple of nice ales on a Saturday Night. The pub was really busy [like how pubs used to be] and we struggled to find a seat. It was open mic night and a constant succession of different musicians were playing in...More
So, my friend reccomend this bar and the live music of a band the interpreters. I messaged the pub who replied and explained there are some parking out the front and no foods sold on the sunday. When i arrived, i was in love with...More
Having been there before I called to eat one of the delicious rolls I had in my last visit. No luck, we have sold out I was told. This even before 1.00 o-clock on a Friday! Had to go elsewhere for lunch, a pity as...More
Slightly off piste location just beyond Snow Hill and definitely a proper pub. The Complete Muppetry was tasty enough but certainly on the hazy come cloudy side but the Chamberlain Pale was not to my taste nor fellow party members.
Where the establishment needs to...More
On the edge of the City Centre you will need to find your way to the Gunmakers Arms. It is worth finding. The pub serves a range of Two Towers Beers. A real pub serving real ales. It was quite when we were there but...More
I've been travelling to the UK for work for more than a decade, only to see pubs gobbled up by large conglomerates. They aren't bad per se, but they do create a homogenized experience with little connection to place. This is why I love this...More