The End of a Pub Era?


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With some 1,000 locations throughout the UK, including at hotels and airports, the Wetherspoons chain of pubs has instituted a “no dog” policy. It has actually had such a policy in place for decades but never really put teeth into it. A spokesperson cited the fact that even friendly dogs can be too unpredictable, and that their owners can be too unreliable about cleaning their pets’ messes — understandably a problem in food-service establishments. Since September 10th, those wanting to enjoy a pint with their pup by their sides have had to pile into other pubs.


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