What better way to toast the happy couple, than in a traditional British pub? Here’s our pick of useyourlocal.com registered pubs that are getting in the spirit of things on April 29th 2011:
The Charles Lamb
16 Elia Street, Angel, N1 8DE
0207 837 5040
10am – 7pm
£5 on the door for non-locals
The Charles Lamb is celebrating the Royal Wedding with a traditional street party in the heart of Angel. Activities for both adults and children will include: old-fashioned jack games, Pétanque, relay races, retro sports day, dog shows and cake competitions, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy on the day. Revelers can choose between a sit down banquet or hog roast buffet, washed down with a Royal punch, real ales or Charles Lamb own label wines.
The Duke of Cambridge
Tilford Road, Farnham, GU10 2DD
11am – midnight
Join the Duke for some traditional English fodder, themed ales and a Bloody Mary or two. Live wedding footage will be shown on a widescreen on a patriotically decorated patio where you can sit back, relax and enjoy a pint of the especially brewed Hog’s Back ‘Royal T.E.A.’. The Duke will also be holding a ‘Royal Quiz’ to see just how well you know your Monarchy. Here are some sneak peaks of their menu: Kind Edward potato and leek soup, Scotch beef Balmoral with chunky chips and Royal raspberry & white chocolate roulade.
97 Nightingale Lane, Balham, SW12 8NX
0208 673 1637
10am – 1am
The day of the Royal Wedding will kick-off a weekend long beer festival at The Nightingale, featuring especially brewed Youngs ‘Celebration’ Ale. A full English breakfast with tea and scones will be on offer in the morning on the big day, followed by screening both inside and outside in the heated beer garden, and a BBQ in the evening.
Robin Hood Little John, Welwyn
Rabley Heath, Welwyn, AL6 9UF
11am – midnight
By day, enjoy the events of the day on a big screen; by night, tuck into a BBQ and dance the night away to music by a live DJ. Bottoms up!
The Prince of Wales
98 Morden Road, Merton, London, SW19 3BP
0208 542 0573
Noon – midnight
The Prince of Wales will be decorated in bunting and offering a mouth-watering hog roast. Entertainment will include a live band and coverage of the wedding on big screens.
Not being much of a royalist myself (being of more republican tendencies), I think I’ll still find it within myself to partake of a few fine Ales…
Wonder what’s on at my local?
Looking forward to the Charles Lamb Pub street party!