Pubs & Bars reviews

Dog Haus @ Patterns, Brighton Review

Gourmet hot dogs and bottomless booze on a sunny, seaside terrace

Village, Brighton Review

A local community success story

The Joker, Brighton Review

Are you brave (or stupid) enough to take on the Viper?

Dead Wax Social, Brighton Review

Craft beer, Sourdough pizza and all the vinyl you can handle

Preston Park Tavern, Brighton Review

Neighbourhood boozer with top drawer pub grub

Reverend JW Simpson, Fitzrovia Review

Once home to a real life Reverend - now an innovative cocktail bar

Fiddler’s Elbow, Brighton Review

Brighton's original Irish bar serves up a mixed bag but stick to the classics and you won't go wrong

The Little Blue Smokehouse @ The Seven Stars, Brighton Review

Another craft beer pub is just what we need... Is the new Seven Stars any different to the rest?

Big Eats Co. @ The Druids Arms, Brighton Review

Big Eats Co. takes over the kitchen to compete with Brighton's best BBQ joints

Curry Leaf Cafe @ Temple Bar, Brighton Review

South Indian street food outfit pops up to run the kitchen at the new look Temple Bar

Fu Manchu, Clapham Review

Clapham's very own late night Opium den inspired restaurant, cocktail bar and nightclub

One Tun, Fitzrovia Review

The One Tun is a nondescript, busy pub I'd never think to eat in but I'm so glad I did.

Earl of Essex, Islington Review

Taking on the Earl of Essex 'Beer Board' is a pleasure everyone should experience

East Dulwich Tavern (EDT) Review

Nice pub with great value ales let down by average grub

Phileas Hog @ The Abbey Tavern, Kentish Town Review

Good BBQ, great portions, excellent value

The Bull, Islington Review

Good beer, good food, good pub

Nightjar, Old Street Review

It's next to a Chicken Cottage but that doesn't stop Nightjar being one the best bars on the planet

Vertigo 42 Review

Vertigo 42 will destroy your wallet, but you won't care

The Albion, N1

A village pub with a garden, moments from Upper Street

Brewdog Camden, NW1

BrewDog leads the craft beer revolution in style

Smokehouse, N1

This gastropub smokes the competition (get it?)

Spuntino, W1

Spuntino is trendy, intimate and provides our first Scoff celeb spot (and it's a good one... I think)

John Salt, Islington Review

Rankin brings a BBQ influenced twist to the Sunday roast and I welcome it with open arms

Hawksmoor (Spitalfields) Bar, Review

It turns out Hawksmoor does more than steak, and they do it very well