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The Crown Inn, Harbury

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The Crown Inn, Harbury

Postby Bruce Everiss » Mon 12 May 2008 8:36 pm

The Crown Inn
Location Crown St, Harbury, Leamington Spa, CV33 9HE
Telephone 01926 612283

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Re: The Crown Inn, Harbury

Postby Bruce Everiss » Thu 29 May 2008 8:01 am

Under new management (Rhys).
Sunday lunch (2 courses) only £9.95

Fri 30 May from 6PM
The Kel Elliot Jazz & Blues Band.
BBQ for only £3 per person.
Drinks on offer all evening.
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Re: The Crown Inn, Harbury

Postby beamer » Tue 8 Jul 2008 4:56 pm

There's a great Ceili Band on at the Crown on Friday 11th July. BBQ also. Depending on the line up at least 3 of the Band are All Ireland champions.
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All change at the Crown Inn again.

Postby Bruce Everiss » Tue 15 Jul 2008 8:34 pm

Rhys has finished his stint of being caretaker manager (having done an excellent job) as Paul Fitzgerald has taken on the lease since yesterday (14 July).
Many will know Paul from his running the Bowling Green in Southam and Bar 44 in Leamington. It is good having someone of his experience at the helm.

He hopes to get a darts team going soon and a pool team in the pool league. And to have regular quiz nights on Sundays.
The Crown will now be open once more on Mondays and more good news is that Dave the chef is staying on. So we can look forwards to more good food.
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The Crown Inn, Harbury

Postby ALAN PURSLOW » Tue 26 Oct 2010 8:28 pm

I enjoyed Sunday lunch at the Crown on the 24th October 2010. The food was first class, the service exemplary, the staff and managent very friendly but never overbearing and the price was very reasonable. (No-one greets you with "Hi guys, what can I get you?")

The Hook Norton ale was unbelievable and the food was so tasty that I can hardly wait to return and sample the a la carte dinner menu.

Recommended fully on every count.

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(Stokenchurch, the Chilterns).
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