The Panton Arms is a pub in Cambridge, U.K. that is often frequented by scientists from the Engineering and Chemistry Department of the University of Cambridge. It became more widely known in February 2010 when a group of scientists released the Panton Principles — a set of recommendations on how to license and label scientific data that have been made public — that they had drafted in the Panton Arms starting in June 2009.
The pub features a "white gingerbread building festooned with hanging baskets of petunias and nestled among rows of Victorian terraced houses" with back wrought iron gates. The atmosphere, service and the food at the pub have generated mixed reviews from online reviewers. It serves beer and there is adequate parking nearby. One reviewer described how it seemed "hidden in a residential area". It occupies the site of a former brewery.
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- "Panton Arms, The (Cambridge)". local secrets. 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2010-03-23.
The Panton Arms is a lovely little backstreet pub. On a summer's day, who could not be enchanted by this white gingerbread building festooned with hanging baskets of petunias and nestled among rows of Victorian terraced houses. The pub occupies the site of the former Bailey and Tibbet brewery
- "Reviews of The Panton Arms". Cambridge Online. 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2010-03-23.
- "the panton arms, Cambridge". QYPE. 30 September 2009. Retrieved 2010-03-23.
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