Trip to Derbyshire Part 4: Buxton Tap House

Zest and Herbs

As my stay in Derbyshire was drawing to a close, an evening out at the pub on my last night was the best way to end the week.

Tucked away behind the spa town’s crescent in Buxton is the Tap House.  It’s a small pub with a modern atmosphere, catering to locals, tourists, dogs and, at 6pm on a Friday, commuters straight off the train from Manchester in need of a drink to round off the week, and perhaps a bite to eat too.

Good food will always be one of my priorities and the Buxton Tap House was able to deliver.  It’s not fine dining, but that would seem out of place in a noisy pub environment and American classics like burgers, pulled pork and smoked pork ribs are the order of the day.  Normally, a rack of ribs isn’t something I’d order, but I’m glad I did: smoky and…

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