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Best bars in Surrey

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“The Ritzy cinema opened in 1911 and was one of England’s earliest purpose built cinemas, seating over 750 seats in the single auditorium. This beautiful Victorian cinema is a 20 minute walk from the flat.”
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Bar
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“Summertime rooftop bar and gallery. Situated on top of the old multi-storey carpark with the best views of the London skyline. Open from June-Sept Gets very busy on weekend evenings - sunday daytime is a good time to visit”
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Movie Theater
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“Local cinema with good restaurants and bars nearby. Also close to Clapham Common.”
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Pub
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“Known for the best Sunday lunch around! But also a great place to grab a bite to eat and have a drink.”
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Cocktail Bar
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“The real deal of cool railway arches bars. Attracting a young creative crowd Bar Story has great cocktails and local brews. On chilly evenings the bar staff light big half drum fires. ”
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Music Venue
“Great live music virtually every night of the week. 20 minute walk. 5 minute taxi ride. ”
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Indie Movie Theater
“A fantastic artisan cinema with cafe. great to take the kids to watch movies and then for a meal on lordship lane”
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Gastropub
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“If you’re looking for something more traditional, head for the Montpelier which is tucked away on a quiet street, and has a broad range of beers and a 30-seat cinema tucked into a back room”
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Breakfast Spot
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“Pancakes for Breakfast lunch and Dinner. Yes please. (They also do a lot more so check our their menu) A few different locations all around London! So check the website! Really tasty and I (Charlotte) worked on the design of a few! ”
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Gastropub
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“Restaurant and bar, lots of yummy food and extremely friendly staff. Gorgeous little garden for a summer evening drink...”
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Restaurant
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“The Dairy’s menu, stockpiled with smoked eel, bone marrow and charred leaves, is happily seasonal, with an earnest but unpretentious nod to provenance. Here, Robin Gill has crafted the foundations of an institution. The £48 tasting menu is a must: expect dishes like mackerel, gooseberry and lovage; and truffled Baron Bigod, the much-loved Suffolk ‘brie’ that shouts for seeds and sourdough. Afterwards, stay for heady late-night cocktails. Recover with the impressive Sunday brunch.”
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Gastropub
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“My favourite place for a drink, very chilled, lovely food too. It's a walk over Hillyfields.”
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Theater
“Fringe theatre and bar. Great range of shows, including previews performances of acts on their way to Edinburgh.”
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Pub
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“This is a pub with a fine-dining restaurant area to the rear - Traditional style and the food is amazing although fairly expensive. If you fancy a treat, check this place out. it is popular, so booking is essential.”
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Pub
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“Great for food (day & night), but also fun for a Friday/ Saturday night out.”
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Indian Restaurant
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“People travel from far away to come to this exclusive Indian restaurant. Not to be missed. Book an early or late table for off-peak discounts, normally 50% off main course.”
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