Pubs in Isle of Wight in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... pub crawl! The end of the crawl in Ryde ends up at a night club called the Balcony and in Newport at the Chicago Rock Café. If you want to avoid the loud and rowdy drunks it may be worth while doing the crawl in reverse! My favourite pubs on the island now are the quieter country pubs as I seem to be rapidly growing out of the busy pubs where you can't even have a conversation as it is so loud and you have to queue for twenty minutes just to get served at the bar! The Island has a great selection of country pubs which do great food and have family areas suitable for children. My choice of pub tends to depend on the time of year. In the su... more
Customer Pubs in Isle of Wight in general Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 359 readings)
I have spent most of my life living on the Isle of Wight so I have had quite a few years experience of the pubs, some good and some I just can't remember! The main drinking towns on the island are Newport and Ryde. These are the towns to visit to have a good selection of pubs to choose from and suitable for the typical Friday and Saturday night 'bender'. The island also has a great choice of quiet country pubs. Both Newport and Ryde offer a long line of pubs so in effect you can start drinking at one end of the high street and finish at the bottom! The only advice I will give though is if you go drinking in Ryde start at the top of the high street and work ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08, updated on 15/04/12 (Very useful, 205 readings)
For a fairly small place, the Isle of Wight has an incredible number of pubs. This is most apparent in the town of Ryde, where the main (relatively short) shopping street houses at least ten. For this reason alone, i'm going to be focussing on the pubs in this particular area, where recently, myself and a group of friends (including fellow dooyoo'ers 'adambrown400', and 'tomflint'), went on an ambitious pub crawl. Starting at 12 Midday and ending in the early hours of the morning, the plan was to have a drink in the majority of Ryde's bars. This review gives me a chance to speak briefly about each of the pubs that we visited, whilst marking each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/08, updated on 13/11/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
was born on the Isle of Wight and have lived here for all of my 27 years so as you can imagine, pub life has featured pretty heavily in my life over the past 12 years - having started a little under age! When I first started going out it was in the Ryde area and things have changed a lot over the years but it is, in my opinion, the best place to go out on the Island as most of the pubs are on a hill - Union Street and all are within staggering distance! - As a quick summary - The Crown at the top of Union Street is actually a hotel with rather a large bar area, it shows football matches and serves food through out the day. Wight rock bar is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08 (Very useful, 321 readings)
Pubs on the Isle of Wight in General.... Having grown up on the Isle of Wight and now being in my mid twenties, I should think I have a good knowledge on the pubs across the island. Lately however I am somewhat out of the scene having had a child makes afternoon drinking in the pubs a thing of the past. However I do still have the occasional night out and when this happens I try to have at least one drink in as many different pubs as possible!! There are many different sorts of pubs on the Island, depending on what you are wanting, to have a nice family meal with the kids, a nice drink outside in the summer or a heavy drinking session, there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/02, updated on 14/04/02
Very good value for meals, try somewhere else if just drinking. - Advantages: special family seating area and kids menu, non smoking areas, HUGE PORTIONS - Disadvantages: not very lively
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