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2408 E Robinson St, Orlando, FL | Directions 3280328.545847 -81.351231
Neighborhoods: Northeast, East Central Park
BEST Guinness in town! – I've been going to the B&B since 2001, and it's still my favourite bar. Service is fantastic, people are friendly, food is delicious, and well, they have THE best Guinness I've ever had (I know my Guinness, trust me!). For those of you who do not like Guinness, or haven't had it, I suggest you try it here. I've brought many friends to the B&B over the years, most of which have never had Guinness, or didn't like it. After trying it there, they loved it.
The B&B is Orlando's version of Cheers. Everyone there knows your name. With a cozy and fun atmosphere, great music, quick and friendly service, fantastic beer, and real dart boards, it's hard to imagine life without it.
Thee English Pub – Real darts, real beer, real fish and chips and genuine English folks make this pub the best English Pub in Orlando. If you like English music, plenty of times you'll hear Beatles, Depeche Mode and The Cure in the background. Other nights some southern rock, and others Floggin Molly and Irish tunes. Tis a great place for a perfect pint and you can smoke while you eat! Enjoy.
British establishment not only pours one of the best pints of Guinness in town, but cooks up a fine Scotch egg, too. – The Scene
Situated outside of the downtown entertainment district, the Bull & Bush is a cozy British pub that makes a perfect setting for conversation and beer by the pint or bottle. Ironically, this British establishment pours about the best pint of creamy Guinness in town, something that's likely to spark a debate with Irish friends. Additionally, import favorites are available on tap or in the bottle.
Proud of its heritage, this pub sponsors a dart league as well as a football team (that's soccer to us Yanks) and games from across the U.K. are frequently televised. The Bull & Bush also offers a limited menu of traditional fare; the Scotch egg (a hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage and fried) and chips with plenty of malt vinegar are right on the money. As expected, the crowds tend to be a bit rowdier on weekends. During the week, however, the Bull & Bush remains a comfortable place to start or finish an evening.
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