O'Neills (Reading) Reviews
Description:Somerset House, Blagrave St, Reading, RG1 1QB. Tel. +44 (0)118 960. 6580
Newest Review: ... The bar is so large that it takes up about a quarter of the street, but it is well laid out so that it is not an empty void inside. The bouncers are quite friendly, and don’t turn people away because they don’t have a Ben Sherman shirt on. The beer in O’Neills is much what you would expect in any mock Irish pub - Caffreys and Guinness, as well as the usual lagers and ... more
Customer O'Neills (Reading) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/11/00, updated on 23/11/00 (Very useful, 809 readings)
There was a time when half the pubs in an average town were Irish theme pubs. For some reason, Reading seems to have escaped that trend, and only recently acquired it’s first - O’Neills. There are of course other Irish pubs in Reading, but not the manufactured kind like this. That said, I am not against a manufactured environment if it is done well. O’Neills has a superb location. It is on the corner of Blagrave Street and Friar Street, opposite the town hall. The bar is so large that it takes up about a quarter of the street, but it is well laid out so that it is not an empty void inside. The bouncers are quite friendly, and don’t turn ... Read the complete review
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