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His a very nice man my second favourite member of staff after the pool table. The pool table is all ways polite and supportive, all so it's £2 doubles on a Thursday so if you want to treat a date and be a bit flash...More
A fantastic local pub with the feeling of actually being a pub! regular gigs, pool table a nice selection of Ales, Ciders and Lagers with a large spirit and bottle selection!
Nothing better than having a nice mulled cider while sitting next to the JSV...More
We came across this pub over the Christmas period walking my dog. What a great find! The James Street Vaults is an excellent place to have a drink. Its very dog friendly so we had no problem with our dog going inside the pub. The...More
Came in last evening hot off the train from London, hoping to watch the Argyle FA cup replay on the TV. The JSV is closest pub to station and I vaguely remembered watching sport here before. Sadly no SKY or anything, The pub seems to...More
I hadn't visited her for years. It used to be quite run down, but now feels inviting and has a good selection of beer available. Bar staff are friendly and it was a good place to catch up with friends over a pint. Didn't try...More
I had 3 hours to wait for the late night Sleeper to London on Sunday evening. The friendly British Rail staff recommended this Pub as probably being the closest with a 5 minute walk. That's all it took and it was good recommendation. Being a...More
Does take long to fill up and then it can get difficult to move about or get served but it has a friendly feel and the inevitable and proper predominance of late teenage students makes me feel very old. Quite enjoy getting in amongst it...More
Given its location, James Street Vaults is very much a local for a number of students staying at the university. But don't let that fool you; JSV still maintains the true British pub ambience that one expects from such an old establishment, and does not...More
Having been away from Plymouth for a couple of years, I returned to a pleasant surprise at the JSV. The new owners have sorted the place out. Its clean, with a good choice of well priced drinks and gone are the old toilets! Congrats to...More