Cheers! Get your pint faster with these British pub tips
Expect to get your own drinks at pubs. Most pubs don’t have any waitstaff, and you're expected to go to the bar and order a beverage and your meal—this can be particularly disconcerting when you are seated in a "restaurant" upstairs but are still expected to go downstairs and get your own drinks and food. See more nightlife options in London.
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