Pub of the Week: Pub on Wheels!

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The Pedal Pub is nothing new, but this particular one in Bend, Oregon does an excellent job of keeping the microbreweries in business. Keep up the good work!

Pub of the Week: The Bucket of Blood

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Pub of the Week: The Bucket of Blood
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This strange pub in Cornwall, is supposedly named after a legend where the landlord went to the well and instead of water drew up a bucket of blood. Apparently there was a dead guy at the bottom of the well. I can drink to that!

Pub of the Week: The Dome

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Pub of the Week: The Dome
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This pub in Bangkok is on the 63th floor of a skyscraper with a sleek sky-bar that overlooks the bustling city below.

Pub of the Week: White Horse Tavern

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Pub of the Week: White Horse Tavern
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Arguably the oldest pub still operating in the United States, the White Horse Tavern was founded in 1673, and once you walk through the door you feel as though you've been transported 200 years back in time.

Pub of the Week: The Pelican

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Pub of the Week: The Pelican
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This bar sits on stilts a mile off the coast of Jamaica, which is awesome. Look at that picture. It's awesome, just a rickety looking structure built out in the water.

Pub of the Week: The Jekyll & Hyde Club

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Pub of the Week: The Jekyll & Hyde Club
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This Times Square restaurant and bar hosts "live entertainment and spooky special effects" inspired not just by Jekyll & Hyde, but the entire gothic horror canon. Like any good Times Square tourist destination, there is a gift shop, too — selling T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and… "insect and butterfly collections."

Pub of the Week: The Lovecraft Bar

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Pub of the Week: The Lovecraft Bar
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This dark corner of the world is in Porland, Oregon where the bar itself may send you to the edge of madness.