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In 1981, Britannia Arms' owner, an English expat, opened up a portal to the sceptered isle in Cupertino by establishing his British pub. Since then, the family-owned bar has been churning out authentic Anglo-centric eats, such as grilled pork sausages or corned beef and cabbage. To show Michael Collins there aren’t any hard feelings, the pub serves traditional Irish breakfasts on the weekends. The bar pipes in British soccer and rugby games on its collection of high-def TVs while out on the heated outdoor patio, guests stay warm as they impersonate John Cleese with those fun fake English accents that everyone loves.
In between savory bites, diners can cleanse their palates with a staggering array of 20 beers and two hard ciders on tap at the fully-stocked bar. And when not watching the latest sports game, including NFL games, the friendly neighborhood pub keeps guests entertained with regular DJ and karaoke nights as well as dartboards and complimentary pool tables.
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