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Today’s pub, The Green, is located in Shepherd’s Bush. We visited this pub on a warm Saturday afternoon during Wimbledon. Since it was hot out, I was a little parched. And did I mention tennis was on. Many of you know, I’m a tennis fan. Luckily this pub has a few big tellies. We ordered a couple of pints and found a table. There were other customers, but the pub was not too crowded or loud. The bartender was a friendly gal from Canada who recommended the White Wych, a summer ale that was pleasing. I forget which match was on the telly, but we decided to order some nibbles and stay a bit longer. Then I had a lemon tart.
I won’t say this pub wowed me. But I will say that it was an enjoyable afternoon. I liked that they served different types of beer and that the bartender actually knew about their beers on tap and could make a recommendation. Recently I asked a bartender if he could recommend a beer and he just stared at me. I ordered a cider and felt foolish. The inside of the pub is friendly and would be a great place to meet a group before going out for the night. If you are in the area I say give it a go. If you aren’t in the area, no worries, there are plenty of other pubs in London. I’m doing my best to visit them to let you know which ones to try and which ones to skip. This is my 32nd pub review. Hundreds more to go. Woohoo!
I give this pub 4 out of 5 stars. Next week I’m reviewing another pub I found in Shepherd’s Bush.