Posts Tagged ‘Essex pubs’

The Olde Trout Tavern

Southend-on-Sea – Pub of the Month Landlord John Murray and his wife Chrissy have been welcoming guests to The Olde Trout Tavern in Southend-on-Sea, since they refurbished and re- opened the pub five years ago. “We opened it because we couldn’t find anywhere to have a nice, quiet drink, particularly for the more mature people […]

British Pub Week 2016

If excuses are ever needed to visit a pub, here’s an ideal one.  Everyone’s being encouraged to visit their local during British Pub Week, which runs from today, 28th October to 5th November. The event is being held to celebrate one of the nation’s finest and much loved institutions, the Great British pub, and to […]

March Pub – The Hare

Our March/Easter Pub of the Month is an easy choice. We’ve picked a giant Easter Bunny, a short hop away in Roxwell … It’s The Hare.  This country pub and restaurant is managed by General Manager Craig Sunter, whose career has taken him to New England, USA to a top country inn, French hotels for […]

January Pub of the Month – The Eagle

The kitchen at The Eagle in Kelvedon Hatch must be a busy place indeed as all the tempting pies, puddings and dishes on the menu are homemade on the premises by chefs Luc and Sue. “The Eagle is a traditional pub with a friendly atmosphere that serves delicious, freshly cooked, traditional food,” says Landlord of 13 […]

Pub of the Month – The Forresters Arms

As the preparations for Christmas ramp up, our choice for Pub of the Month is a place you can enjoy a festive lunchtime menu with friends.  Equally you could escape to this off the beaten track hostelry, avoid more gift shopping and opt for a thirst quenching pint of Brentwood Beer and a gourmet burger and […]