The Queen's Head, Churchgate Street, Bury St Edmunds

Churchgate Street is the one that leads to Anselm's tower and the
Cathedral.  Abbeygate Street is the one leading to the Abbey gate (though
the -gate element means street, as in York, -gasse in Germany, -katu in
Finland or gatve in Lithuania).

This is an unusual pub, with decent real ale (one of the few free houses
in Bury) and astonishingly young customers.  Most of them are substantially 
under 25.  There's a loud video jukebox as well and all sorts of 
Will-Alsop-alike alcopops behind the bar.  They do food, which I haven't 

(Fieldwork: 2004-01)