Pubs / Bars in Northampton Reviews
Newest Review: ... fairly working-class and with two levels and a dance floor it's very popular with the people that used to go in the now closed Chicago Rock Café, ironically put out of business by those late night licences. The CRC sign fell off the other day and nearly killed a pedestrian it's that dilapidated. Edwards does have a rep for the odd punch up and crime though so for your 30 and unders. F - Fat Cat This one has gone downhill a little over the last year or so with loud tinney dance music, attracting single moms with vulgar tattoos. Its saving grace is a beer garden for the summer months, full of smokers under the heaters and umbrellas. There's ... more
Customer Pubs / Bars in Northampton Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/08/10, updated on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 1510 readings)
As Jimmy Carr quipped: you used to go to the circus to see the tattooed fat lady - now if you go down town on a Saturday night they're everywhere! In Northampton that is definitely the case, modesty not the name of our motto. If you're female and on a night out at the weekend the colder it gets the less they wear here. Don't get me wrong, we have some hot 'totty' but it just becomes a mass off boozed up young girls Saturday night as social class, etiquette and poise goes out of the window in pursuit of shots and boys. We do have some laid back bars and good places to have a boogie and the town centre certainly a magnet for partygoers in the Midlands but if your not young Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/02, updated on 27/07/02 (Very useful, 2085 readings)
Northampton has recently seen the arrival of various new bars in town which, in my and many of my friends' opinions, has greatly improved the town's social scene in general and has helped to pull in punters from surrounding areas as well as more of the locals. New bars such as Revolution in Bridge Street and Edward's in The Drapery, as well as Goose and Yates' on Fish Street are some of the more popular of the arrivals and their somewhat more modern and 'designer' approach makes them very appealing to the punters, particularly in these cases, the younger crowd in search of somewhere which combines fairly cheap drinks (these bars often have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/01, updated on 07/04/01 (Useful, 552 readings)
Anyone that has ever passed the Frog and Fiddle on the main road out of Northampton, in Kingsthorpe, will have spotted the outdoor play area for kids. Prominently placed on the corner, it always looked like an attractive pub. When I was invited to a 'get together' there at lunchtime today, with a friend - we thought - great - we'll take the kids (both 3 years old). Off we set (18 miles down the road) both kids hyped up - looking forward to seeing some old work colleagues. Signs on the doorway - parents are responsible for their kids-must be kept at the table - fair enough - no-one wants unruly kids all over the place. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/01, updated on 22/05/02
Its Sunday morning after a night out in my hometown of Northampton.I nearly pulled as a drunken divorce with nice eyes hung on to me before she passed out.I got a snog anyhow. If you have taken the easy route at Uni for a social degree then you will probably end up at somewhere like Nene(University) College in Northampton.Or you move here or down for a night out i can give you a run down on the night life.Don't worry,if your not into rock music then you can have an ok night here. The Wellingboro road is the main drag into the center with around twelve pubs mostly catering to the bluer collar with lots of lads with the shirts untucked and lasses wearing ... Read the complete review
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