This city is famous around the world with its relationship with the legend of Robin Hood. The capital of Robin Hood county, home of the beloved Nottingham Forest football team, and a great place to enjoy a few beers in one of the top ten bars in Nottingham! Continue Reading…
Sheffield’s growing reputation for being one of the most influential cities in the North is not without warrant. Playing host and home to some of the biggest musical talent of the UK such as Pulp and The Arctic Monkeys, it is also a centre for some of the most renowned street artists of the genre, home to the World Snooker Championships, and, of course, the birthplace of the beloved personification of Yorkshire, Sean Bean so what better than me creating a list of the top ten bars in Sheffield.
Built on a backbone of steel and resurrecting itself out of the ashes of the brutal dissolution of industry in the 80s, Sheffield’s civic pride and down-to-earth ‘no nonsense’ warmth is what keeps the punters returning to its welcoming embrace. As the infamous Park Hill flats still stand testament to Sheffield’s staunch pride and continuing regeneration, generations of locals, students and graduates still maintain and relive the city’s resolutely active atmosphere within its bustling centre.
Being Sheffield alumni myself I have frequented many of the best social spots in the area. Here are my top 10 bars to visit in Sheffield. And most within stumbling distance of each other! Continue Reading…
Ireland goes with beer (especially Guinness) like fish goes with chips and salt goes with pepper, so to be able to enjoy any trip to Dublin you need to find the right place to enjoy a few pints!
Any bar you walk into in Ireland will have a continuous flow of Guinness and after spending over five years living near Dublin I am still amazed at the speed of getting served in a packed bar in Ireland.
When it comes to choosing where to drink it’s important to find the right place – there are many bars to choose from but you want to choose one of the best bars in Dublin!