I'm sitting here in The Queen Mary Pub in a small town deep in South Florida, on the fringes of the Everglades. It's nearly midnight and I find myself alone at the bar reading C.S. Lewis's "Perelandra."
These bars range from high-end watering holes to comfortable neighborhood grottos, but all are characterized by their 16th-century inspired wooden decors and walls stained from years of cigarette smoke.
The past few years have seen Japanese food becoming one of many people's favorite cuisines and it's certainly not because of Americanized, watered down dishes. Izakaya fare is quickly becoming the new definition of Japanese food, so what exactly is Izakaya?
England has a long history of crazed and unruly sports fans. So it's no wonder that the pubs in London have gotten used to accommodating rambunctious crowds. Whether you're in the mood for football or rugby, grab a pint and celebrate a victory with the locals at these top London sports pubs.