Lillie Langtry Bar
From a 1985 booklet on Jersey pubs and inns by Glenn George, then landlord of the Old Smugglers Inn at Ouaisne:
- 'This tiny town bar is named after Lillie Langtry, the famous `Jersey Lily', who attained fame and fortune in the late 1800s as an actress, and some notoriety as mistress of the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII.
- 'Born Emilie Le Breton in St Saviour, Lillie enjoyed success in England and America until she died in Monaco in 1929. She is buried in St Saviour's Churchyard.
- 'The bar itself is a favourite meeting place for many St Helier businessmen, drawn by the good company and excellent food, enhanced by an Edwardian decor.'