pub of the week

old,white horse tavern,pub of the week,funny
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.

double locks,awesome,pub of the week,funny
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Since it's summer time we are looking for a nice place to sit outside and drink beer. The Double Locks in Exeter, England offers just that, a stunning view of the locks and a solid selection beers and ciders. Oh, did I mention the only way to get to the pub is via the water. Awesome.

pub of the week,jekyll-hyde,funny
Via: Flavor Wire
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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."
underwater,sake,oceano,pub of the week,funny
By Unknown
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This glitzy underwater styled pub looks like a place where the Rat Pack would meet Ariel for a drink.

lovecraft,spooky,awesome,after 12,g rated,pub of the week
Via: 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.

beer,kung fu,pub of the week,funny
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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.

awesome,speakeasy,pub of the week,bourbon and branch,funny
Via: Bourbon and Branch
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Hidden amongst the streets of San Francisco, the Bourbon & Branch isn't so much a pub as it is a speakeasy, but it offers incredible cocktails and classes on how to make them! In addition, hidden behind a false bookshelf is the entrance to ANOTHER SPEAKEASY! That craftiness alone makes it our Pub of the week.

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