Baroque Bar (Northampton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... vibrant people as that thumping music suggests an in-place to go, the heating also cranked up with the 'urban tunes' to keep you thirsty, again more tactics to keep you drinking and not talking, lots of vacant stares and fingering of beer bottle labels and mobile phones as we wait for the last one of the group to drink up. It's the same deal in nightclubs as DJs are often told to drop in dodgy tunes to clear the dance floor just to get people back to the bar. If smokers are not allowed to smoke in bars then, inevitably, they will drink instead, the combination with the 24 hour drinking law seeing hospital casualty rates explode due to ex... more
Customer Baroque Bar (Northampton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/02/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Britain shifts £37 billion pounds of booze a year, a healthy chunk going to the exchequer. Apparently a typical young bloke drinks nine pints a week on average (according to Which Magazine) and the likewise female can get through around five glasses a week down the pub. If you live up north you can probably double that number. But the pub trade is in a double recession right now, that of the one we are all in and that of the smoking ban one, the collapse of day trade seeing one-in-five pubs close down because of it. Its chick town centre bars like the Baroque in Northampton that have the biggest worries, high rents and no beer garden for the smokers costing the now vital Read the complete review
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