Published : 26/05/2009 16:46:01
Categories : Party Themes and Occasions
How about a Pub crawl the next time you need to organize a celebration. A 30th birthday party for instance is an excellent time for a visit to your favourite Pubs, unless of course the person in question is still acting like a teenager, then that's your problem, no party required! So, in the event that your 30 year old is actually a grown-up, a pub crawl seems a good idea to me.
My preference for a pub is a traditional one and they are getting harder to find, I don't like the machines and the noise and the modern look, all that for me, says dining room with a bar, not "pub". The few truly traditional pubs that remain are mostly to be found in the countryside, usually near a bus line or a train station but not directly next to either one, maybe just around the corner.
Some of the more highly rated pubs are close to traditional and can be found on the high street, "The Taps" comes to mind in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, and it's considered one of the top forty pubs in the country. The Taps is quiet, no piped in music, that’s so the adults can carry on a conversation, it's what we do, it has a limited range of food, I like that, you know, do what you do well and stick to it, and they have a friendly well informed staff who make your time there enjoyable to the point that you want to return, that's what I want in a pub. My point in this whole thing is, pick an adult venue for your 30th birthday party, there are plenty of those frenetic locals that cater to the younger crowd. As far as I am concerned they can have them, now that you are thirty it just might be time to move on.