O'Neill's (Bristol) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a seat as soon as the doors open. Chatting? If you and your friends have normal eardrums you will find the level of music unacceptably loud to allow normal conversation (and please don't think me a fuddy duddy - I am only in my 20s). The only 'conversation' you will get is the loud drunken shout of 'Get your coat luv - you've pulled', or some other such original chat up line. A decent pint? I think not! Like so many other numerous 'pubs' in Bristol this one is turning its back on a decent pint of ale. So the choice? Guiness? Fosters? How unusual! If stout - why not something interesting like Marsto... more
Customer O'Neill's (Bristol) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/08/01, updated on 21/08/01 (Very useful, 113 readings)
A good old English tradition; a trip to the pub with friends, sitting around, chatting about good times, with a decent pint in your hand. You feel relaxed, you feel at home, you feel as though you could stay there for hours. And then we come to O'Neill's.... Sitting around? This is an impossibility unless you camp outside for hours in a spring sales anticipatory manner to save yourself a seat as soon as the doors open. Chatting? If you and your friends have normal eardrums you will find the level of music unacceptably loud to allow normal conversation (and please don't think me a fuddy duddy - I am only in my 20s). The only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/01, updated on 24/05/01 (Useful, 35 readings)
O'Neill's nice place, good drinks... well, only if you are tall enough as to be able to see some more that the hairy back of who's walking, or trying to walk in front of you. And good drinks if at least a drop can touch your tongue, and beliave me is a great thing if you can take your glass to your mouth! That's why if you don't want to feel alone and think that this is a good option, you're wrong! You'll feel lost inmerse in a multitude. Crowded! Always crowded! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/00, updated on 28/11/00 (Very useful, 291 readings)
The biggest O'Neill's in the country has recently opened in Baldwin Street, Bristol. It is open until 1:00am Monday - Friday, but its downstairs music room is only open Wednesday - Saturday. Entry to the upstairs bar is free and providing you are in before 10:00 entry to the music room is also free, the rest of the time a charge of £3 applies. Drinks are also expensive for a pub (especially if you want Smirnoff Ice!) you would pay £1.30 just for a lemonade! However, if you are planning to use the music room then there are pretty much what you would expect to have paid in the City's clubs. Upstairs the bar has a supposedly 'Irish' feel, ... Read the complete review
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