Hereford's Premier Pub Guide
www.hmpubguide.com - Hereford's Premier Pub Guide: November 2010

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Manhattan's is now Klimax

Manhattan's has been rebranded to Klimax. We'll be sure to check it out soon but if you get there first be sure to send us a review.

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Away Day Pubs - Lincoln City v Hereford

We've done some research on pubs worth visiting for a pre or post-match drink ahead of this weekend's crunch match at Sincil Bank...

At the ground itself the Supporters club behind the South Park Stand admits away fans. As well as a variety of drinks on tap they also serve snacks and hot rolls to keep you going through the match. They also serve Mansfield beers (a must for fans of The Broadleys!)

The nearby High Street has a selection of recommended pubs including The Golden Eagle. This pub is noted for its real ales and has even won awards from supporters of visiting teams.

Also on the High Street is The Ritz which is a Wetherspoons pub so you all know what to expect there. Further along is The Anchor (Previously the Blue Anchor), another historic pub dating back to 1794. The food served here is apparently pretty good too.

Sunday, 14 November 2010

Christmas time is here again!

Winter is upon us and so our attention is drawn towards the annual HM Pub Guide Pub of the Year viewers vote. If anyone has any suggestions as to which pubs should be included in the poll then please leave your comments below. At the moment the shortlisted pubs are (in no particular order): THE ROSE & CROWN, WETHERSPOONS, THE HOP POLE, THE LITTEN TREE, THE EXCHANGE, THE HEART OF OAK, THE TREACLE MINE, THE LICHFIELD VAULTS, THE MONUMENT, THE GRAPES, THE BRITANNIA, THE BARRELS and THE IMPERIAL.
Check back at the start of December to register your vote for the 2010 Pub of the Year.

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

More Hereford re-reviews added

Last week we visited several pubs (mainly in Commercial Road) and re-evaluated them. First up is The Commercial (pictured below): there have been a few changes here- there interior seems brighter than it was and the area by the pool table has been re-jigged and expanded, and if you're after some peace and quiet then the lounge is the place to be.
Secondly, we visited The Hop Pole (pictured below): this is still a great pub and it'll be interesting to see if the loss of Daryl -the previous landlord- will impact upon the pub.
Thirdly, we visited The Litten Tree (pictured below): this is another popular pub which is justifiably in the top 3. It's hard to find fault with these last 2 pubs and we can only hope that the landlords/managers and staff continue to carry on their good work.
We have also received 3 reader reviews- just click on the reviewer's names below to read their thoughts:
The Bunch of Carrots by Jo and Peter M
The Britannia Inn by "Friendly Neighbour"

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