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Decided to stop for a quick drink with my family complete with my 13 old son. Was told by the guy at the bar the licensing law wouldn’t allow my son to stay as he was too young. I believe this isn’t quite true and...More
We went in for a drink as we liked the look of the place . The beer was fine and the bar person ok but there was no atmosphere . I was looking for the dominoes it was so quiet . Don't get me wrong...More
My parents managed this pub during the war until 1947 . So we thought a visit was due While we were in town . Very interesting place with a lot of old rugby photographs . Nice bar staff and tasty ale..
It is a lot...More
We went in for a drink about 2.30 pm. Many pubs close 2pm but the city centre ones tend to stay open all afternoon.
Yorkshire people are friendly and there is no difficulty getting into a conversation if you so wish. Bear in mind that...More
It's a bit tired and dated décor wise, but then again, many of Sam's pubs are. Friendly managers, very friendly locals, and it's a proper locals and drinker's pub, not some trendy watering hole. Good pint of OB. Worth a visit.