Better than bull from Bush 

There are a few Irish taverns in town serving pints and the occasional jig. But for an authentic drinking-with-chums experience you need a real English pub, and you'll be hard pressed to find one more genuine than the Bull & Bush.

Almost invisible behind the Colonial Plaza Market Center at 2408 E. Robinson St. (407-896-7546), with cozy booths against the back wall and a neat old wooden bar, the 14-year-old establishment wouldn't be out of place in the west of London. Everyone from lawyers to construction workers, dart players to homesick Brits wanting to catch the day's football game (soccer to you, Yank) gather for a pint of Tetley's, Newcastle Brown or Tenant's on tap. B&B also has a near-exclusive on its hand-drawn Fuller's London Pride, Old Speckled Hen and McEwans. Pub lunches are also available. If they only had Skull Splitter from Scot-land, Bull & Bush would be perfect.

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