We had a great time at the pub, staff are friendly and the beer was great! Had some good fun playing darts out the back! Great atmosphere!
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While oldies cruising around Picton, popped in here for a drink. Nice cosy looking pub with interesting old photos. Pleasant enough.
Typical pub. Quite dark inside with simple wooden tables and some booths. Food is great value and very large portions, extremely tasty. Again traditional pub fare. Limited range of beers but enough choice. Service is good and a great atmosphere.
A small, popular bar which I visited after a meal next door. The bar staff were friendly and the Guinness was about average for a southern hemisphere pub. I think I was the only Irish person in the place which received an ambivalent response when...More
Stopped in for a quick pint and were greeted by the lovely Colleen (owner) behind the bar, she was very friendly as was her business partner we chatted for a while then retreated to the small but very nice beer garden where people were eating...More
Superb pub with fabulous music provided by Sam Merrall - brilliant guitarist and the pub's a great place to relax and sup a fine pint.
OK for a stop, slightly limited beer selection and marginally friendly staff. Convenient to downtown.
This used to be my favourite Irish Bar in New Zealand - this was back in the days when it was run by a Kiwi / Northern Irish couple. No idea what concept the new owners/ management are following but whatever it is - it...More
We arrived via ferry from Wellington and had an hour to kill before meeting friends for dinner. Stopped in at this Irish bar. Cozy, small, friendly with just the right local feel. Did not eat here, but from the looks of the plates on the...More