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    We're armed so you don't need to be. The "peace force."

    The Mayflower Pub London - Rotherhithe ship owner Christopher Jones Moored his ship outside this pub in 1620 when the pub was called the shippe in order to embark his passengers from the pub's jetty. Over three months later his human cargo disembarked at a place they christened Plymouth New England. One can only imagine they may have had a few pints. But then they were Puritans, right?

    The Sherlock Holmes pub

    Quiet Man Public House in Peekskill.

    Pubs of Ireland

    Pubs of the World: McSorley's Old Ale House New York, USA

    In Chicago early taverns were not places to linger over a pint with friends. Men were served standing at the bar, and women were able to enter only through a back door (if at all).

    Stout - 133 W. 33rd St. (nr. 7th Ave.) Dubliners Martin and Mark Whelan spent years perfecting their brand before opening this Superdome of taverns. The 16,000-square-foot, tri-level megaspace with its 36 large-screen TVs goes beyond mere spectator sportsmanship with a subterranean cellar level with billiard rooms and 4 dartboards. D.J. sets, live Celtic bands, and karaoke are also weekly occurrences, but most customers belly up to the 60-foot bar to sample one of 200-plus beers.

    Guinness Tavern Paris, France

    Wayfare Tavern, San Francisco, CA

    Ye Olde Cock Tavern on Fleet Street, London, originally opened its doors on the north side of the street in 1547. It has resided in this agonizingly adorable building since 1887, and was the preferred watering hole of such famous citizens as Samuel Pepys, Charles Dickens, and Dr. Johnson.

    The Smithfield Tavern, Charterhouse Street, EC1

    Wayfare Tavern

    The famous Black Dog Tavern on Martha's Vineyard...

    The pubs of Shepherd Market - ie: real proper Mayfair!

    Signs of British Pubs

    One of the best pubs in Baltimore (and also home to the fabulous "Breakfast Boxtie")

    Coggans' Bar in the Saltmarket, during the First World War, Glasgow, Scotland. James Coggans' Coat of Arms Bar at 11 Saltmarket opened in 1909. It was one of the most up-to-date pubs in Glasgow and even had hot running water on tap in the lavatory!

    pubs in Ireland!

    Dublin pubs