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Pubs in Stratford, Greater London*

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  • The Cow in Westfield. Nice selection of beer but a bit yuppified and expensive though.
  • King Edward VII on Stratford on the Broadway. Listed building, good music and events, (quiz night, jazz Sundays,) fantastic selection of beer and winewith several English producers, excellent food. Basically a gastropub at still reasonable prices and the nicest place in Stratford for a night out.
  • 'There is one pub in Stratford which has two dubious claims to fame. Firstly, someone was stabbed there and got open heart surgery on the floor and secondly because David Copeland, the Soho/Brixton/Brick Lane bomber and his NF mates used to have meetings there. Can I tell you which one it is?' This is the Swan which is now a betting shop. The Coronet is now flats and the Two Puddins is now the Latin Quarter.
  • The Goose on Broadway
  • The Eddy :) only pub in Stratford worth going to, no fights, no kids, no dogs, just friendly people, good beer and good food
  • The Golden Grove is the cheapest and probably the cleanest. The yates if you can take standing around looking at other people all night, and getting felt up on the dancefloor, not that I'm saying it's a meat market or anything like that
  • Stratford pubs compete on price alone. In October 2002 it is only 1.45 for a pint of lager in many of them ! you get what you pay for
  • The Black Bull Pub. Great enviroment for the ones not too young. Big screen.
  • There is one pub in Stratford which has two dubious claims to fame. Firstly, someone was stabbed there and got open heart surgery on the floor and secondly because David Copeland, the Soho/Brixton/Brick Lane bomber and his NF mates used to have meetings there. Can I tell you which one it is?
  • The Golden Grove (Weatherspoons pub) on the Grove. Yates' wine bar on the Broadway. There's also a nice little restaurant/bar opposite Yates. Can't remember the name.
  • Edward the Seventh - for its character, The Railway - unusual opening hours
  • The Pigeons, Romford Road - great for students The Eddy, opposite Stratford Centre - nice and sleazy The Golden Grove - Wetherspoon place The Coronet - Broadway - gay pub The Manby, Water Lane - lovely beer garden
  • none good apart from the angel which my friends dad just took over
  • It used to be the Burford they kept Market hours:- you could get a beer at 6am
  • Swan
    Two Puddings
    Princess of Wales

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Last updated: 2012-06-30

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