Some stories of writing greats are legendary. Every reader worth her salt heard the tales of Shakespeare and his crew hashing out plot and conflict whilst sloshing back the drink at The George Inn, (The Bard was a “fan of ale, but didn’t much like beer,” according to this site). You’ve also probably heard about The Algonquin Round Table a literary group of poets and playwrights who met at The Algonquin Hotel in New York and frequented by the likes of Dorothy Parker and George S. Kaufman.
Point being, some of the most beloved writers in literary history have loved not only a good drink , but also a great atmosphere to enjoy said drink.
The following takes you around the globe, to some of the most notorious pubs frequented by literary legends.