pub of the week

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This bar is very, well, it's very red. Set in Soho, you can get some tasty and swanky cocktails here.

Via: Lebua
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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.

Via: Metro
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Located in Brisbane, Australia, you'll have no problem finding a seat in this place, because it's able to hold 7 thousand people. However, you may have some problem figuring out what beer to drink, since they boast 100 different varieties on tap.

Via: Wikipedia
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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!

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This pub in Houston, Texas doesn't feature live action martial arts, however, it does have skee-ball, street fighter, mortal kombat, foosball, contra, shuffleboard and more. So, it maybe a bit misnamed, but is a pretty damn fun pub.

Via: 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.