This Is What Makes A Perfect Pub According To You, The Pub-Going Public

Kids or no kids? Sport or no sport?

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In the pub of our dreams, our own Moon Under Water, the beer is cold and under £5 (a small ask), the crisp selection is copious; there's a pub dog with a human name, like Stan or something, and the bar staff are friendly and knowledgable, but they don't call you "chief" or "bud"... anything but that.

Oh and there's a beer garden. Always a beer garden. And it looks like many of you agree - at least according to a new poll that sets out to find what Britons look for in their dream boozer.

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In new research from YouGov, 67 percent of people think that being able to get a meal is the most important feature of a pub (slate optional), closely followed by a beer garden and fireplace. On top of that more than half of participants prioritise bar staff who know regulars by name. While the availability of snacks rounded off the top 5.

Pretty reasonable, don't you think?

Perhaps controversially, 27 per cent of those surveyed think the perfect pub does not allow children.

We feel like a lot of people haven't been stuck behind a band of Archies who can't decide what flavour of crisps they want on a Sunday.

Ready salted. They always choose ready salted in the end.