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Spending an Evening with a De Beauvoir Town Escort

by bobbyanderson

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The district of De Beauvoir Town lies between both the London borough of Hackney and the London borough of Islington. Access to this predominately residential area is possible via Dalston Kingsland on TFL London Overground. Although there is no local London Underground tube station in the De Beauvoir town area, approximately a twenty minute walk away is Angel tube station. Take the London Overground service from Dalston Junction to Highbury & Islington for connections on the Victoria line. However getting around London is simple, jump on one of the many London bus routes to connect you with the rest of the city. De Beauvoir town is not known for much; it is the nearby location of Dalston that regularly hits the press. However, what it does do best is pubs. Pubs by the plenty. Just wander around the area and you will see the array of public houses, bars and array of restaurants that reside here.


The Duke of Wellington is the pick of the pubs. Established in 1842, it had existed on the same site ever since. This public house champions the real pub of yester year with its real ales and ciders. It is a rare treat to find a pub that sticks to the traditions of what makes a good pub. All too often is the emphasis placed on either food or drink, and either one lacks. However, The Duke of Wellington champions the both. With an emphasis on local suppliers, their fresh home-cooked food is a delicious must-try! Come for dinner, Saturday brunch or Sunday lunch; with seasonal specials for you and an escort in De Beauvoir Town to try. What better way to nurse a hangover then with some tasty brunch made just for you! No washing up, a wide selection of grub can all be enjoyed to aid a sore head. Served from 11am, enjoy a healthy option of yogurt and muesli, grilled sardines or butter-beans with bacon and tomato. But, we all known hangovers are best dealt with an English breakfast with all the trimmings. There is the option of having eggs any which way; eggs Benedict, eggs Florentine, eggs Royale or scrambled eggs, smoked salmon on toast. Washing that down with a Bloody Mary and you’ll be good to go!

Come on a Sunday and tuck in to the tastiest roast you’ve ever tried (big statement). Pork and creamed leeks, free range chicken and bread sauce or a rare roast Devon Sirloin and Yorkshire pudding. An afternoon full of good food, red wine and board game battles is a great way to unwind with an escort in De Beauvoir Town. There is also hand-roasted coffee available and with free WiFi, you can check your emails and do your work from the comfort of this cosy pub. Try their regular events, for some alternative entertainment. Comedy, live music, summer beer festivals are some of the events offered here. Plus! With their huge cinema screen you can come to one of their screenings of art house films, documentaries and all that’s best about film. This cinema club is probably what is great about burgeoning traditional public houses today.


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Bobby Anderson is a writer with experience in magazine columns, short articles and editing. He is the author of this article on Drink and Dine in De Beauvoir Town. For more information visit here.

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