Pub Crawls are generally a display of drunkenness and rowdy behavior. However, in our Lemax villages, we like to imagine that these places are filled with warmth and merriment. This week we have two different pubs that would go with whatever themed village you have on display this year.
Mr. Mulberry has turned the bottom floor of his house into a lovely little pub. He takes pride in his rich, beef stew paired with a home brewed brown ale. When Christmas rolls around is when the place really shines. He loves decorating for the holidays and the amount of snow he gets makes his abode simply picturesque. This is also the time that Mr. Mulberry breaks out his Hot Cocoa recipe that you absolutely have to get with a piece of his pumpkin pie. Should any of his guests get a little out of hand, Mr. Mulberry is just large enough and just reserved enough to be intimidating and more than anyone with a belly full of liquid courage is willing to deal with.
The Hop Stop manages to be a more New Age location while still maintaining that rustic feel. The employees here get trained to make soft pretzels with a savory beer cheese sauce while also learning to recommend which wines go with their famous cheese and cracker plate. They have fun events on the weekends too; Sunday Brunch, Saturday Wine Tasting and local music playing occasionally. This place will bring your Lemax inhabitants together for some good memories during the colder months.
The diversity in these pieces really emphasize the ability to customize your village to your individual preference. While Mulberry's Pub squarely fits in the Dicken's Cityscape, The Hop Stop can fit into several different collections. They are both Standard Lighted buildings that each require an outlet. If you are a bar enthusiast, you can also display them throughout your house. The craftsmanship is always top notch with Lemax pieces.
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