We’ve launched our first ever app with over 700 Special Places to Eat & Drink across England & Wales, all available offline!
Our Pubs & Inns of England and Wales guide book already has a huge following among pub lovers, and our smart new app presents all that content in a new and accessible way. Whether you use the book, download the app or search the website, you can trust that we've picked the pubs because we've visited them and know they're genuinely special. Read on for more information on some of the great features…
Sawday's Pubs in your pocket; Our complete collection of handpicked pubs. All available offline - reliable even when your phone isn't.
- Search by location
- Save favourites
- Get directions
- Share with friends
Trends in travel for 2013
Alastair’s take on the year’s most exciting trends in travel, according to Sawday’s, from the AirBnB effect to the Scottish Isles via the best of British pubs and some wacky structures to stay in…
Owners' Recipe - Salad of Salt Beef
A hearty salad with colour and flavour galore. What better way to welcome back the Summer?
Our friends, James and Kate Mackenzie, know how to tempt palates. At the Pipe and Glass Inn in Beverley, East Yorkshire, they've won awards for their food and hospitality. We asked them to serve up a salad worthy of a British summer.
'Salt beef is a good old-fashioned meat, but very under-used. We use the brisket which is brined and then boiled for hours; treat it as you would a joint of gammon. Using the brisket with its nice fat content gives the beef a moist and tasty texture. The salad of salt beef uses green beans, radish, Lincolnshire poacher and quail eggs. A simple and colourful dish which could be a starter or a main course.'
Lifting the spirits (and the real ales)
The weather wants us to stay indoors, but we've got our Wellies and our pac-a-macs and we're not afraid to use them. Especially when this weekend sees the first instalment of our Special Summer Pubs pull-out in The Times Weekend section (9th and 16th June).