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Fancy A Pint? review

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This site offers a definitive and recent write-up of top boozers across the country.

PC Advisor reader Johnny Franks recommended Fancy A Pint? as his favourite entertainment website. Here's our review of fancyapint.com.

This site offers a definitive and recent write-up of top boozers across the country.

"The reviewers seem to have slight 'real ale' leanings, but even trendy London gastro-pubs get a fair go if the drinks, food and service are good," writes Johnny Franks.

"I wish you could search by postcode, though – pubs are listed by general area or nearby station only, which is a bit old-fashioned."

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Click here for our round-up of entertainment websites. This was recommended by a reader of PC Advisor as part of our monthly Readers' Sites competition.

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