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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Earl of Portchester, Jun 20, 2012.
Me and Thanantos at Dark Horse brewery in Marshall, MI,
HUGE fan of Greenbush!! Neighboring restaurant is fantastic as well!
yea i can't decide which picture i like better
The Golden Lion is situated in the Old High Street in Fareham's conservation area.
Earl - we have beach bar called the Golden Lion - and the owner is English as well ha. Fantastic fish tacos!
No bike pix but here is a view from bar.
does in a bar count as well?
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If thats the view from the bar, then I guess the fish is pretty fresh!
Having some brews in Issaquah, WA
This welcoming Pub is situated in the shadow of the Famous Portchester Roman Settlement. The Pub itself was built around 1650 and has been at the heart of a village that boasts many period buildings with interesting architecture and thatched roofs. A book published round about 1925 and titled 'Portchester Castle' by Cooke, referred to the Pubs in Castle End that have since reverted to private dwelling houses, there only being one still left, The Cormorant. Of this Inn, it was stated that it was a place where cock and rat fighting took place in the bars and that the pub was a keen supporter of the famous Wicor smuggling gang.
The Red Lion Hotel
The Red Lion Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1736, when it was first recorded as a coaching inn. As a substantial and well-found inn, the Red Lion saw plenty of custom not just from travellers on the Portsmouth-Southampton road but also from sea captains whose ships were being unloaded and turned round at the town's quay alike.
In 1891 the Hotel accommodation was discribed as well-arranged as to leaving nothing wished for, and provides Bar, Bar Parlour, Coffee, Commercial, Gaming and Billiard Rooms, 3 Private sitting Rooms, with 15 bedrooms, large Market Room 27ft. x 18ft. and County Ball Room 60ft x 23ft. in which has been held all the County Balls in this division for many years. In the large Posting Yard is a well established Tap with Cottage Residence, stabling for 30 Horses, commodious Coach House, a <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comffice:smarttags" /><st1lace w:st="on"><st1laceType w:st="on">Range</st1laceType> of <st1laceName w:st="on">Piggeries</st1laceName></st1lace> and Fowl Houses, &c. The Freehold includes extensive <st1laceName w:st="on">Vegetable</st1laceName> <st1laceType w:st="on">Garden</st1laceType> and <st1lace w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">Bowling Green</st1:City></st1lace>.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
Not my slash5 but I saw the nice /5 from across the street and could not resist the photo!
The Portsdown Inn is my old 'Local'. My Grandfather attended the opening day and I remember my Dad going into the off licence to get his bottles of stout.
Unfortunatly the pub has now got a bad reputation and receintly was ordered to close after police warned that someone would be killed there if it was allowed to remain open. Hampshire Constabulary called for the pub to have its licence reviewed following a fight there in January. According to police reports, a man came to the pub at about 2.30am with a baseball bat and began smashing windows. The landlady was holding a lock-in at the time, selling drinks illegally after hours. When the man began smashing windows, drinkers from the pub rushed out and attacked him, leaving him with ‘serious injuries’ including a broken leg and head injuries. There had also been five other serious incidents at the pub since 2010 involving a knuckle-duster, a stabbing, an attack with a glass, and a drinker having part of their ear bitten off.
News report: http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/lo...r-brawl-leaves-man-with-broken-legs-1-3467726
Obviously the neighbourhood went down hill after I moved out!
The Spotted Cow
The Spotted Cow is right on the quayside, enjoying harbour views across Poole to the Purbeck Hills.
That's MY kind of place.
Highline Pub in Seton Portage, BC.
A little bit of Bavaria in the middle of nowhere in particular.
Dundees Sports Bar is situated on Poole Quay. Tuesday night is 'Bikers Night' with an all you can eat buffet for £5, with a free soft drink and kids eat free. As you can imagine, its busy on a Tuesday night.
This is the infamous, historic Board of Trade Saloon in Nome, Alaska, built in 1900 during the Gold Rush. It's older than the city of Nome, which was formally established in 1901. I was told I HAD to visit this saloon when I visited Nome, so I spent a couple of entertaining hours there, in the late afternoon, before things get crazy at night.
Don't forget this was once owned by Wyatt Earp.
My SV N - an SV S and four GSX1400's outside Ellalong Pub yesterday .... Great day for a ride