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Sow and Pigs, Toddington

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user reviews of Sow and Pigs, Toddington

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It used to be the best pub in the village and there was a hope it would re-open - am just confirming that as it is now occupied as a dentists that is now not likely to happen. Toddington was a good place to go for a crawl but half of it's pubs have now closed.
Snarling_Mallard - 9 May 2019 12:46
Posted as closed - TWICE - about 8 years ago!
randolf7 - 8 May 2019 13:27
Unlikely to return to being a pub a sit is now been converted into an NHS dentists.

Dropped into the nearby Griffin for a pint but it isn't listed on here

Snarling_Mallard - 8 May 2019 12:00
Closed now. Was the best pub in Toddington. :(
jjsint - 19 Sep 2011 15:37
Dont know whether to blame politicians or breweries!
timbolala - 28 Jun 2011 18:57
Wonderful pub, good beer. Unfortunatley didnt have time to sample food, but menu looked very tempting.

Also the Dogs were lovely !

Delly_WhoRU - 26 Sep 2006 10:10
A special "real" pub for good ale,excellent good value food and you never know what to expect,it could be quiet or jam packed,live music (of any type)happens as and when, mummers/morris men turn up now and then,dogs bark,people talk and laugh. There is a popular banquet room upstairs,lovely garden for the summer,roaring fires in the winter,bed and breakfast rooms available.
Can you tell Im a local and love this pub,check out their website for more info.
anonymous - 11 Aug 2006 17:26
Roger has sadly passed away but Sue is carrying on the traditions of great banquets, fine ale and good company.
alanmc - 12 Sep 2005 13:45
Pubs may come and go but the "Sow" goes on forever. The Greene King beer is always immaculate, and Roger gets more laid-back by the day.

It's the only place where someone (NOT me) sat and drank their ale and read the paper all through a large brown paper bag on their head. It's that kind of place. Not posh, but quirky and snug and inviting.
Friswell - 15 Dec 2004 15:58
Has been in every Good Beer Guide. Its a great place. Intimate, quirky, fantastic beer and a legendary manager - Roger. Fantastically friendly fella... just don't let him get started on the piano.
tpk1 - 15 Sep 2004 15:54

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