The Publican Food & Drink Awards 2009 - finalists

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After a rigorous judging process, the finalists in The Publican Food & Drink Awards 2009 can be revealed. Getting this far is an achievement in...

After a rigorous judging process, the finalists in The Publican Food & Drink Awards 2009​ can be revealed.

Getting this far is an achievement in itself and the overall winners will be crowned at a ceremony at London's Intercontinental Hotel on November 3.

Caroline Nodder, The Publican's ​editor, said: "Finalists and winners are proven to be the very best in the business. They run slick business operations offering quality food and drink, while retaining the charm and character of a people-focussed business. They are role models for new entrants to the trade and offer ideas and innovation to all of us within the pub industry."

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And the finalists are:

Beer Range Pub of the Year

Pivo Cafe Bar​ - York, Yorkshire

The Red Lion Inn​ - Cricklade, Wiltshire

The New Oxford​ - Salford, Greater Manchester

The Royal Standard of England​ - Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Wine Pub of the Year

Red Lion​ - Sibbertoft, Leicestershire

The Anchor Inn​ - Nayland, Suffolk

The Crown​ - Southwold, Suffolk

The Vintry​ - Cannon Street, London

Spirits Pub of the Year

Saint James​ - Brighton, East Sussex

The Great Eastern​ - Brighton, East Sussex

The Lexington​ - Islington London

The Hide Bar​ - Bermondsey, London

Drinks Pub of the Year

The Akeman​ - Tring, Hertfordshire

The Eagle at Barrow​ - Barrow, Lancashire

The Royal Standard of England​ - Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

The Victory at Mersea​ - West Mersea, Essex

Local Food Pub of the Year

The Bell Inn at Welford​ - Welford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire

The Eagle at Barrow​ - Barrow, Lancashire

The Mill Race​ - Walford, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire

Ye Old Sun Inn​ - Colton, North Yorkshire

Sunday Lunch Pub of the Year

The Eagle at Barrow​ - Barrow, Lancashire

The Fishes​ - North Hinksey Village, Oxfordshire

The Mark Cross Inn​ - Crowborough, East Sussex

The Ship​ - Wandsworth, London

Classic Food Pub of the Year

Clog and Billycock​ - Pleasington, Lancashire

The Anchor Inn​ - Nayland, Suffolk

The Royal Standard of England​ - Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Waggon & Horses​ - Halam, Nottinghamshire

Gastro Pub of the Year

The Fountain Inn​ - Clent, Worcestershire

The Lambert Arms​ - Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire

The Marlborough Tavern​ - Bath, Somerset

The Somers Town Coffee House​ - Euston, London

Food Pub of the Year

The Mill Race​ - Walford, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire

The Sandrock​ - Wrecclesham, Surrey

The Somerset Arms​ - Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire

Trengilly Wartha Inn​ - Falmouth, Cornwall

Chef of the Year

Alex Pallatt at The Fox & Hounds​ - Eggesford, Devon

Mick Ilingworth at The Thatchers Arms​ - Mount Bures, Essex

Charlotte Barr at The Old Mill​ - Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire

Ian Richards at The Talbot Inn​ - Ripley, Surrey

Team of the Year - Back of House

The Broad Leys Bar and Restaurant​ - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

The Fiveways​ - Ormskirk, Lancashire

The Lambert Arms​ - Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire

The Whitmore Arms​ - Orsett, Essex

Team of the Year - Front of House

Hales Bar​ - Harrogate, North Yorkshire

The Famous Woolpack​ - Weston Super Mare, North Somerset

Waggon & Horses​ - Halam, Nottinghamshire

Ye Old Sun Inn​ - Colton, North Yorkshire

Unsung Hero of the Year

Barnaby Aldridge at The Talbot Inn​ - Ripley, Surrey

Elaine Blake at The Devonshire Arms​ - Beeley, Derbyshire

Joanie Clements at The Nightingale​ - Balham, London

Oliver Armstrong at The White Hart Inn​ - Stockbridge, Hampshire

HQ Food Champion of the Year

Simon Howlett, Executive Chef​ - Fuller, Smith & Turner, London

Paul Drye, Catering Development Manager​ - St Austell Brewery, Cornwall

Darren Somerton, Operations Manager​ - Whiting and Hammond, Kent

Robert Clayton, Executive Chef​ - Merchant Inns, Berkshire

Food Pub Company of the Year

St Austell Brewery​ - Cornwall

The Peach Pub Company​ - Oxfordshire

Whiting and Hammond​ - Kent

Geronimo Inns​ - London

The Cask Ale Pub of the Year finalists will be announced on 5th October 2009

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