Tim Burgess of The Charlatans “Britpop had The Good Mixer but The Hawley Arms was the followup to whatever the followup was – a scene so cool it didn’t have a name,” he tells me. “The Hawley Arms was the who’s who of what’s what. Amy Winehouse was pulling pints when I first went in – pretty sure she didn’t work there, but it was that kind of place.”
The celebrity connection means it’s always popular, and adds a certain buzz to the place, but it’s a solid pub regardless of famous names.
Mind-blowingly chic. A fashion accessory in addition to a bike.
The Fulton Cycle will spark a revolution and change urban transportation forever