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Old Toms Durham is influenced from the first ever Gin Old Tom which plays a significant role in the history of gin. Quaffed by the bucketload during the 18th and 19th centuries, it served as something of a bridge between Dutch Genever and London...more
We often visit Durham and have wanted to call in here for a long time as we have heard excellent reviews. I have to say that all the good things we have heard are true. The place is very unique and has a fantastic feel...More
An amazing little gin bar. Very querky decor wise. Also has Outdoor seating area with heaters. A massive selection and the staff are very knowledgeable. Well priced gins with lots of different mixers and garnishes. Definitely worth a visit. Can recommend and would go back...More
Tucked away in Durham a fabulous historic pub. Full of history and a wonderful range of things to look at as well as wide range of beers and gins. You could sit here for hours but feel relaxed in minutes. Highly recommend
Went here last weekend as a family and sampled a good range of the extensive selection available.
Quirky little place and be prepared to spend a while perusing the massive menu!
The drinks themselves were very good and presented well, the staff providing suggestions of...More
Fabulous old small building, strange no bar all open and hundreds of gin, impossible nearly to choose but menu is good and explains. In the end just explained what flavours I was after and he made it up. A little steep at over £10 for...More
We visited this bar for my mums suprise retirement drinks. We dropped a banner off at lunch time and were told it would be up and a table reserved, which we had paid to reserve. On arrival there was no banner up and no table...More
Fab new bar in the centre of town, perfect for gin lovers with a large variety on offer. The building is great so much to look at in the tudor setting. I will always visit this bar when I go to Durham.