asmith9983 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 05:20:12 PST 2010
I don't mind either of these locations. I'm out most evenings and for green
reasons get the bus up the hill, and walk back for waist reasons. The Guild
Ford Arms became much more attractive from my perspective when indoor
smoking was outlawed. Don't ever suggest the Cumberland for a Friday
evening. Its almost standing room only. I go to the Freelancers Meetup
there every fortnight.
On 19 February 2010 12:49, Murray <perl at minty.org> wrote:
> On the subject of administrative issues ... I find I much prefer the
> Cumberland Bar  to the Guildford Arms  these days.
> - free wifi
> - serves half decent pub food
> - typically same bar staff in any two consecutive months
> - more seating space (I suspect)
> - beer garden, for those 2 summer days, should they overlap with a
> - my name is on the bar.
> Plus, their real ale selection seems at least as broad and well
> cellar'd. I don't know the status of the Guildford, but the Cumberland
> is a freehouse.
> On the minus side, I note it's a little bit further for those who need
> to grab a train afterwards. But is closer (I think) for Andrew!
> And while I think it has a TV, it likely doesn't have the same degree of
> football coverage as the Guildford. For me, this is a plus, but I know
> that won't be universal.
> Any views?
>  http://www.cumberlandbar.co.uk/
>  http://www.guildfordarms.com/
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