Red Cow, Richmond, London   1 comment




Leaving the Lass o’ Richmond Hill for Richmond station, I got lost on the narrow and confusing streets above and beside the University and decided the best thing to do would be to ask someone who knows the area (such as a publican).  Lo and behold, the Red Cow emerged and I reckoned that I could find such an informed fellow inside.




Much friendlier than the Lass, as well, I could have easily lingered in this place with the hammer and sickle featuring on the pub sign.  At least three of the regulars I encountered are probably certifiably insane (albeit harmless), and the bartender was efficient without hovering over the customers…sort of a booze Jedi, ready to instantly refill your depleted vessel.



I got my directions and would have had a snack but the last of the sausage rolls had just been served up to a guy that appeared to have just emerged from a construction site.  “There’s a brilliant kebab shop on the way,” another guy informed me and, with that in hand, I headed into the evening (see the grand sunset shot in the Advent write-up).







Posted December 26, 2016 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs, Running

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