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Jack in the Green Inn

Jack in the Green Inn

A well travelled and rosy cheeked rugby aficionado running one of Devon’s most exciting freehouses – irresistible! Both restaurant and pub, the Jack oozes honesty, panache and that rare four letter word – CARE. Hungry diners travel from far and wide for a very warm welcome and interior free of modern day standardisation. Seasonality comes through in every dish. Ruby Red beef, Berkshire pigs from Talaton and Pole Dorset lamb from Whimple - all get the star treatment.
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The Huntsman Inn

The Huntsman Inn

The Huntsman Inn, built in 1564, is an ancient, Grade 2 Listed, thatched Pub with bags of character, situated in the heart of Ide village on the outskirts of Exeter Devon. Owner Mark Cooper has striven to produce an award-winning restaurant, with his talented chef Adam Lewis. The food you will feast on here will be a step above the normal pub grub menu. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible from the country’s tastiest food basket, the South West of England.
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The Cosy Club

The Cosy Club

Cosy Club Exeter takes the meaning of the word ‘quirky’ to a different level; the bar is inspired by an operating table and is illuminated with surgical lighting whilst the walls are adorned with oil paintings, taxidermy, anatomical charts, and Eastern Bloc propaganda. Added to which is the usual eclectic mix of reclaimed furniture, opulent Victorian lampshades and original 1960’s Concorde hangar lights and there you have it. The building is split down the middle with the bar to your left as you enter and the restaurant filling the right hand side of the building. There’s also a terrace cantilevered off the back of the building where you’ll be able to enjoy the sunshine during the summer months.
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