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 Child & dog friendly pubs that serve food?

    On Fri 30 Mar at 4:31pm madge wrote:
    Can anyone recommend any pubs in Lewes and the surrounding areas that serve food and are both child and dog friendly please.
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 4:37pm Flaneuse wrote:
    Pelham arms - children only allowed till 8pm though.
    On Fri 30 Mar at 4:37pm Dog Walker wrote:
    Definately NOT the Lansdown Arms.
    Try the Snowdrop or The Swan
    On Fri 30 Mar at 4:39pm Flaneuse wrote:
    The snowdrop is so dog friendly they used to do bar snacks for dogs. Not sure if still on the menu.
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 5:02pm Shameus wrote:
    The John Harvey seems to welcome well behaved dogs (and children).
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 5:08pm Mike wrote:
    The Horns Lodge in South Chailey is both child and dog friendly.
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 5:45pm Trcky Tony wrote:
    Try the Lewes Arms, though you will have to be a dfl and your kids will have to have VERY silly names to fit in.
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 5:57pm lewisian wrote:
    The best by a mile is the chalk pit inn very freindly to dogs and children fantastic food and a beautifull walk with your dog to get there
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 7:34pm lo wrote:
    Tally ho does food but is not known for it. They accept dogs and kids. Might be worth checking with Huw in the Elly too
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 8:12pm huw wrote:
    lo, thanks for the mention. Yes we allow dogs and children in (although if it is busy we do ask that parents/owners consider the welfare of their charges) and serve food every lunchtime 12-2.30, evening meals available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sunday lunches, and full menu, are available from 12-4pm.
    I think most pubs in Lewes allow dogs and children in, some may have time restrictions or only allow them in certain areas.
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 9:53pm For Goodness Sake wrote:
    Oooh, the Ellie Burgers sound even more tempting!!!
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    On Fri 30 Mar at 10:10pm Ed Can Do wrote:
    If you're venturing a bit further, the Royal Oak in Barcombe is worth a trip and both kid and dog friendly.
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    On Sat 31 Mar at 8:03am Bevi wrote:
    Definitely worth a visit - Royal Oak Barcombe - they actually advertise muddy boots, dogs and children welcome. Great tasty food too.
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    On Sat 31 Mar at 9:52pm the old mayor wrote:
    Couldn't eat a whole one !!
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    On Mon 2 Apr at 9:06am madge wrote:
    Thanks for all the ideas.
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    On Thu 12 Apr at 8:57pm Rob wrote:
    I like the Snowdrop

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