The Great British Pub Awards 2019 - The Results!

Many congratulations to all the winners listed below, worthy of the highly accredited Great British Pub Awards 2019, with a special mention going to the overall winner - The Cott Inn, Dartington, Devon - Very well done!

Announced in London on the 4th September and covering various categories, there are some cracking pubs below, all ready to offer the highest standards in food and service, there could be one near you.....

List created on 6th September 2019 by Useyourlocal HQ - click here to create your own publists

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Our London Bridge Belushi’s bar is set to fuel your day and night accordingly. Located in the heart of London Bridge our newly refurbished bar and diner guarantees to serve up an epic food and drink menu.

The Bull is a stylishly-converted British pub at the heart of Ditchling village. We’re inside the South Downs National Park, yet only 15 minutes from Brighton and the sea.

The Cartford Inn, originally a 17th century coaching inn located at the historic crossing of the River Wyre, is a multi award-winning pub, restaurant and boutique hotel.

Situated on the corner of Colindale Avenue, and just half a mile from Edgware Road in North London, The Chandos Arms in Colindale is a gorgeous traditional English pub with Tudor style black beams and white window frames.

The Criterion is a small family run traditional Scottish Pub established in 1874 in the heart of St Andrews, we have a wide range of locally sourced food and drink specialising in Cask Ale & Whisky, with over 160 whiskies, 70+ Scottish Gins .

We personally select an ever-changing range of premium beers, wines and spirits, with particular focus on locally brewed real ales, and a collection of more than forty eclectic gins and only the finest English and international wines.

We are a relaxed, family friendly, dog friendly eatery where you can feel at home whether clutching a laptop with a coffee, having dinner with your partner, chomping tapas pre theatre or supping a few beers after work.

The Legstraps is much more than just a pub. Our welcoming and friendly bar, which evokes the image we all have of the perfect country pub, is complemented by a kitchen and restaurant producing exceptional Modern British cuisine in an informal setting.

A public house called The Nag’s Head has occupied 10 James Street since at least the 1670s. The current building is an example of Neo-Jacobean pub architecture (P. E. Pilditch) and was erected in 1900 being one of the 30 plus listed buildings.

The story of Nauticus began with Kyle and Iain, chatting over drinks about creating a bar to champion Scottish produce wherever possible. They dug deep - spending many days researching and thinking about every element.

The Rising Sun is the hub of the local community and a destination for visitors to the county. Surrounded by charming lanes with views to the cathedral, diverse historical buildings, an abundance of trees and greenery.

If your idea of a good time is chillin' with a drink in your hand, a bag of bar snacks by your pint, a conversation to put the world to rights and a few unusual things to keep you amused, then the Tower Street Tap is the place for you.

Our state of the art club not only has some incredible dance parties but also provides a unique location for some amazing shows, from The London Gay Big Band to Pam Ann and many more.

Recommended by The Sunday Times, Financial Times, The Telegraph and many others, we have the highest rating locally in The Good Food Guide 2016. We have also just been awarded "Best Suffolk Pub" by the National Pub and Bar Awards

For us, it's about just doing everything the best we can - sending out the best food; pouring the finest drinks; making people feel at home - ultimately sending you away as happy as we can.