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All reviews cobbled streets mayflower steps antique shops pubs and restaurants captain jaspers fish and chips pilgrim fathers plymouth gin distillery elizabethan house fishing boats historic area fish market eating places plenty of places to eat southside street national marine aquarium lovely area
All the usual haunts revisited, the Plymouth Gin Tour a must, Cap’n Jaspers, the Dolphin & the Navy pubs, the Harbour fish restaurant, Three Crowns, Annabels Night Club, Jazz bar and Pasty shop all worth the effort.
In the day this small but historic area is extremely quaint, steeped in history with Drake’s steps and many chi-chi shops and cafes. However, at night the area takes on a whole new complexion, with unchecked gangs of boy racers and motorbike gangs, totally unchecked...More
The Barbican is the name given to the western and northern sides of Sutton Harbour, the original harbour of Plymouth. It has the greatest number of cobbled streets in Britain, and contains 100 heritage listed buildings
For centuries the Barbican was home to Plymouth's fish...More
Born and raised on the Barbican in Castle Street was undoubtedly the long lost real Barbican of the families who's origins created its atmosphere and working environment. Its obvious that this is the Centre of eating out and entertainment of Plymouth, albeit a bit platicised...More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and... More
Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and nights out. There is something called the 'Waterfront' which takes a levy off the business rates but seems to be bumbling ineffectual and often shambolic. I think the Barbican's character and liveliness is thriving and evolving despite that organisation.