A PUB will serve their own version of oranges at halftime in the Euro 2020 final clash between England and Italy on Sunday night.
As the England team – and fans – mentally prepare for the country’s first major final since 1966, pub owners and staff are making special arrangements as well.
The West Hill Tavern in Buckingham Place will broadcast the big game and offer punters vodka-soaked oranges at halftime.
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Orange slices are often handed out to footballers midway through matches because of their vitamin C level, which helps with energy levels.
However, the West Hill Tavern, which may be jam-packed considering it’s only a two-minute walk from Brighton station, has brought its own touch of alcohol to the traditional children’s snack. .
Across town, Dover Castle on Southover Street will offer more traditional dining options.
The bohemian-style pub, which has a view of the beer garden favorable to those who don’t mind sitting outside, will have Jason Bear’s full burger kitchen open for the night – something that wasn’t was done again on a Sunday evening.
Ye Olde King and Queen at Marlborough Place, which was forced to close its doors ahead of England’s game against Germany due to a Covid-19 outbreak among staff, is operational again and will bound to be busy .
The venue operates on a first come, first served basis, without a table reservation.
The pub will open at noon on Sunday.
While already full for Sunday’s game, The Caxton Arms in North Gardens surprised midweek regulars with a new bar clerk.
Center-back Harry Maguire has taken quarters (see photo) in the pub away from his duties as England’s bottom line leader.
The pub offers Sunday roasts from noon to 4 p.m., before the kitchen reopens from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
There are meat, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available, as well as gyros, burgers, and fish and chips.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-11 08:11:00