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The music quite simply is the best in this fine city. The fact that it is full of people of all ages, is testimony to how crap new music is. They play it loud and proud. The bar itself is a little tight and hot,...More
Visited on recommendation as Saturday night has DJ playing tracks from 60s to now.
Very busy. Good atmosphere. Great music. However, people seemed to be ' clicky' and possibly local (it's a traditional pub), but after one drink my friend felt uncomfortable with the stares...More
Went in solo after having spend a few drinks in here. It's a quite place with limited choice of beers. Irish beers are on the walk. Good to watch a few Premiere league matches with a drink at this place. There is also some good...More
Were here last Friday. Live band (very good) and good atmosphere. We brought the average age down to about 60 though....same clientele as 30 years ago. Do not try the Theakstons. Worst pint of beer I have ever tasted. And i think this it the...More
First visit here, very much a drinking pub, great bar service with immediate eye contact from the bar staff despite serving other customers, very busy upon arrival as many football fans had gathered to watch the Man City vs Leicestershire match, which was being televised...More
This place has to be the surprise on the street. It's great, the atmosphere was brilliant.. It opens up into quite a large room , a good selection of beers to pick from. Try it you'll not be disappointed
While visiting friends in England we went to the Big Jug in downtown Durham for a few pints and to listen to the Tony Liddle and the Electric Warriors. What a fun evening. The band was great and the atmosphere was upbeat. The staff was...More