Paperback | 48 pages | 150 x 120mm
Publication August 2014 | ISBN 9781909823099
Forget those tedious pub guides detailing what real ales are on tap or whether the food’s any good. With first-hand reports from 20 of the city’s boozers, A Drinker’s Guide to Cardiff captures what going to the pub is really all about: talking rubbish with your mates, consuming slightly more fizzy lager than is strictly advisable, and trying not to fall over.
A Drinker’s Guide to Cardiff is a hilarious insight into some of Cardiff's many pubs and bars which sprawl across the city. Oliver Hurley's straight-to-the-point reviews tell you where you're most likely to find the grubbiest dance floors and the nicest beer gardens. The photographs, all taken by Phil Jones on the duo's nights out around the city, capture the character and flavour of each spot.
Stick it in your pocket and make the most of your trip to Cardiff with A Drinker's Guide to Cardiff.
"Utterly hilarious! Riotous voyage that I would have never been able to make if it weren't for this book. Blooming marvellous.." Customer Review
Oliver Hurley has put together a light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek perspective on the various drinking spots across Cardiff in the form of a pocket book. A Drinker’s Guide to Cardiff features a fresh and interesting insight into some of the most charming pubs and bars across the capital city along with a display of photographs taken by Phil Jones capturing the character and flavour of each spot.
'Twenty years from now, this straight-to-the-point amusing little pubs book will be worth a lot more than the £2.99 you pay for it today.' Brian Lee