02 Oct More Room At The Inn: MAV Moves Into Popular Gastropubs
Grabbing a pint, one of Britain’s oldest and most treasured traditions, and a tradition we’re happy to support with excellent music throughout the day! This year, with the new technology and rollout policy we have developed, getting players out to individual sites has become significantly quicker and easier, but no less bespoke.
The exclusive pubs where we have installed our music boxes include The Crown at Bray, pioneering chef Heston Blumenthal’s rustic inn, which has become part of Bray’s slow revolution from quaint English town to foodie haven. In addition to The Crown, we also have installed music in traditional pubs with fantastic food options in Surrey – The Victoria Oxshott – an elite gastropub in Leatherhead, and Egham, where you can hear a seventies rock and rare groove playlist at The Bailiwick Free House. In addition to excellent, central London pubs, like the lively The Broadcaster in White City, and wonderfully old-fashioned Cadogan Arms in Chelsea.
All of these pubs present the perfect day out or within London, and are great places to sample delicious ales and steaming pies after a long wander. This evolution into public houses is another example of how music supervision is moving into all areas of the food and drink industry.