Pubs / Bars in Lerwick Reviews
Newest Review: ... It’s recently been renovated, which will come as a shock to anyone who’s been away. Still very basic, but it looks twice the size for some reason. DA NOOST Nearby, further North along Commercial Street is The Noost. Located between a couple of “High Street” shops, (If Shetland can honestly claim such a thing), it has a large plate glass window, behind which the curtains are always closed. More of a local type pub, it still can get very busy at the weekends. They have Sky Sports, a piano for anyone that wants to use it and a pool table, all in the upstairs bar. Downstairs is a smaller bar, with another pool... more
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by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 12/04/01 (Very useful, 272 readings)
Happily for us drinkers, Shetland has plenty of interesting pubs to visit for a small, seemingly quiet place; I’m going to attempt to take you on an online crawl around a few of the pubs of Lerwick, the capital – if you can handle the pace. Maybe it’ll entice some of you up here for a spree, or bring back some memories. Lerwick has the most pubs, with a range of opening hours from 8 am through until 2 am. The two liveliest currently are Captain Flints and The Lounge; both have two bars, an upstairs and a downstairs. FLINTS Flints is located in a fine looking building erected at the turn of the 19th century near the market ... Read the complete review
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