How to Write a Pub Review

A pub is a type of bar or tavern that serves food and drinks, and acts as a community gathering place. They often sell draught beer, wine, cider, spirits and tea and coffee. Some pubs also serve light snacks. Pubs are usually run by pub companies or pub chains, or are privately owned locations. Some pubs also have a theme, such as a sports-themed pub or a medieval-themed pub. Many universities have student pubs, which are a centre of campus life, and host social events and course pub nights.

In writing a pub review, first consider your personal preferences and the restaurant’s strengths and weaknesses. It is important to avoid writing a glowing five-star review, or a brutally critical review, as both of these will turn off readers. A well-written review is a good mix of pros and cons, so that the reader can make an informed decision on whether to go to the establishment or not.

A number of pubs have a strong connection to British culture, such as the Olde Angel Inn in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Likewise, a pub found in Malta called The Pub is known as the last location of English actor Oliver Reed, and contains memorabilia showcasing this connection. In Scandinavia, some pubs are independent and eschew the theme, but still focus on carefully-conditioned beer in an environment that would be familiar to a British visitor. Many of these pubs are run by breweries, and many offer a limited range of beverages in order to control costs.