Although its building dates to the 11th century, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks epitomizes the modern, traditional British tavern. (William Booth/The Post)
Although its building dates to the 11th century, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks epitomizes the modern, traditional British tavern. (William Booth/The Post)
The number of pubs in Britain has been declining for years, as traditional taverns fall victim to myriad forces. But there are still 50,000 of them left, with the survivors embracing modern adaptations such as broader and better food options, improved parking and menus for kids.
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