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Went in for a post dinner drink back in March, but forgot to review. Had not been in there for donkeys years. Just had a drink. Gorgeous roaring fire, cosy atmosphere. A band playing, folk/Irish music which lent to a good feeling. Needed some more...More
We visited The Tartare Frigate after a meal at Prezzo on Friday night. There was a duo (keyboard and guitar) playing in the bar and there was a great atmosphere. We had a couple of drinks and managed to get seats and had a great...More
We live in broadstairs and went for a drink.my partner had a dry wine which tasted like vinegar.when we asked to have it changed we were then asked to pay a further 4.80 for another glass of vinegar.the staff informed us that it tasted correct.if...More
we stopped for one drink following a cycle ride as I was thirsty, I asked for a pint. the man serving looked at me with disgust.. I asked him if there was a problem ?? he replied he had met women like me and was...More
It was a bitterly cold winter day so it was with a sense of relief that we found the Tartar Frigate. Nice bar lady, plenty of fire places and very reasonable prices on sherry and whiskey. Worth a visit, although there are loads of pubs...More
I vist this pub every time I visit Broadstairs, its my 'local'. The staff remember me and what I drink. They are friendly. The customers, locals and visitors. are friendly. Its a real, local old fashioned pub, with character. They also have reguler groups play...More