Hand & Heart12 Highbury Street
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A late Art Deco pub built in 1938 by Warwicks, this back street community local is one of the Real Heritage Pubs of Britain. A drinking corridor connects the rear room, with a serving hatch, to the main public bar, with its war memorial and real fire. Crib, darts and dominoes are played. Up to six real ales are available on hand pump or direct from the cellar, the range is eclectic and forever changing, featuring all possible styles. Real cider in bottle and box. Beer festivals with live music are held in the large restored garden around St George's Day, Midsummer and at the end of September. A former local branch and Cambridgeshire PoTY. Received a '20 years in the Guide' award in 2023. Cash only. NB. No entry after 10pm without prior arrangement.