Future of pub darts in London for Munchies

 

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“The Queen’s Head is a classic East End boozer. Built in the 1830s, it was in this Grade II-listed Limehouse pub that the Queen Mother famously pulled a pint of Young’s. A framed commemorative letter from Clarence House is proudly displayed at the bar. Yet, for all the history, its fate is the uncertainty familiar to many of London’s pubs.”

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