8 British-Themed Pubs To Celebrate The Queen’s Death
The Queen is dead, but the night is still long. If you are looking for a special spot to celebrate Her Majesty’s death, look no further than these 8 British-themed pubs. We hope it’ll be a good night of drinking for all.
Wondering why we’re celebrating? In her 70 year reign, Queen Elizabeth II resided over a blood-soaked empire that colonized and pillaged half of the world. Millions were oppressed and brutalized in her name, so a few celebratory drinks is the least we can do.
Located in the heart of Badaro, Cafe Pub 27 offers an authentic British pub experience. The Queen is only dead once, so down those pints, have some chips, sing along to the bar’s classic tunes, and make the most of this event.
If you want to share your drink with King Arthur, this is the spot to go to. Emblazoned with relics of the British monarchy, this pub will transport you right to the heart of Buckingham Palace, after you have a few drinks of course.
What’s more old-fashioned than a thousand year-old monarchy? This pub. If you want a good and vintage night of celebration that matches the spirit of one of the world’s most famous cocktails, look no further.
No nation is happier at the sight of the monarch’s death than the UK’s Irish neighbor, so you’ll be right at home. Calling an Irishman British is a sure fire way to get punched in the face, but hopefully Celtic Irish Pub will be more forgiving.
Channel the spirits of Britain’s famed hooligans as you down drink after drink in this Jounieh hot spot. And if you want to enjoy the finest of Britain’s (not so fine) cuisine alongside your alcohol, this is the spot for you.