Pubs in Merseyside in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... evening or at the weekend you may have to queue for a few minutes to get served but I've never had to wait too long. DRINKS Yates's have a great selection of drinks and frequent offers. On the day we went you got a whole bottle of wine for the price of 2 large glasses (£5.40) - making it a saving of £2.60. You really can't complain for getting a bottle of Chardonnay (Santa Helena) in a bar for a little more than you'd pay in an off license. They stock red, white and fizzy wines so there's usually something to suit people of all tastes... more
Customer Pubs in Merseyside in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/06/02, updated on 16/08/02 (Very useful, 637 readings)
Yates's ruffled a few feathers a couple of years back when they decided to open a bar on Allerton Road, Mossley Hill. You see, although it is a heavily populated area for students there's also a very much middle-class middle-aged plus population here who did not want a noisy bar or puking teenagers. However, more people were in favour of the bar or else is would never have opened. To be honest, it was just what the area needed. I'm not a fan of Yates's in the evening, especially at the weekend. It is quite young & lively. There are DJs, karaoke nights, and quite a substantial group of underage drinkers. I'll be 24 in August and yet I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/02, updated on 04/01/02 (Very useful, 645 readings)
A pub for old fashioned beer drinkers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I thought I would drop a few lines down on my favourite pub in the whole world. It isn't old and tudoresque, it isn't modern and all jazzed up... in fact it is just like the pub your grandad used to drink in... in fact mine did!! The Crows nest is on the outskirts of Liverpool, 6 miles north of the centre in a small town called Crosby. It is tucked away up a side road of Victorian terraces, cottages and a duck pond. Unspoilt~~~~ The Crows Nest is an unspoilt local pub probably built in the 1920's (I hedge a guess from my knowledge of ... Read the complete review
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