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A bar that serves food considered to be of high quality.

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WELSH pub The Hardwick has been named one of the best gastropubs in the UK.
Turf to Table is focused on premium gastropubs, inns and function spaces in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire.
FOUR restaurants within an hour of Teesside have been named among the best gastropubs in the UK.
Nowadays though, the best pubs are disappearing at a rapid rate, leaving only large drinking supermarkets or rarified and expensive gastropubs. What was great about Newcastle, in times gone by, was that city centre pubs were home to all age groups and all strata of society, creating a cohesive community.
Draft Gastropub is run by The Distillery Group, which was the first to pioneer and introduce European-inspired gastropubs in Manila specializing in high quality comfort food served in a pub setting.
Apart from this, I have extensive experience in managing the kitchens of gastropubs, having worked at Jolly Cricketeers and Falmouth Packet in England.
The award was presented as part of the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs awards by celebrity chef Tom Kerridge.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 26 2015] The opening of gastropubs and artisanal coffee shops has led to the premiumisation of cafes/bars in the Philippines.
The New Forest has smart hotels, chocolate box cottages and plenty of cosy gastropubs.
THE Butchers Arms in Hepworth has made it into the prestigious Top 50 Gastropubs 2013 for the first time.
Newmark Knight Frank announced that the owners of gastropubs The Wren, Wilfie & Nell, Sweet Afton, and Bua are bringing their culinary and beverage specialties to 1590 Second Avenue, the former long-time home of Ship of Fools.
The company said it has a range of venues, from community locals to gastropubs.