There’s a lot to love about a 19th-century London pub with original stained glass windows, or a Scottish pub that continues to do brisk business, despite requiring a journey by ferry or steam train to reach it.
But while the pub may be a quintessentially British concept, these charm-filled bastions of hospitality now exist far beyond the country’s borders.
From the oldest bar in Missouri, which resides in a limestone cavern, to a gas station in Texas serving phenomenal food and 400 types of beer, there are plenty of places that have reinterpreted the traditional pub’s spirit of camaraderie in unusual ways.
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