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Wednesday, August 05, 2009


I have read several articles of yours in various publications about the demise of pubs in London. I think there is substance in your premises of evolution of pubs or technically can it be called Repositioning or even rebranding. Apart from alcohol consumption trends, I think the changing culture (due to inward immigration) and more entertainment options are contributing to this evolution or repositioning. In future probably we can see pubs serving different kinds of cuisines suitable to the local demographic profile.My interest is that I'm working on a dissertation on the subject and I have read extensively on this and have come across your articles.

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