Pubs in Whitby In General Reviews
Newest Review: ... just visited The Bulls Head, Lonsdale Road, Barnes - and I've just found the worst pub in London. How Young's allow the landlord to continue to work for them is beyond me - a rude, arrogant (beard and nylon shirt) and totally uninterested staff member. Has anyone else every been here (don't go now !!). It's a real pity to see this happen to a pub that potentially could be very good. Hopefully they will action this and sort the major problem out. ... more
Customer Pubs in Whitby In General Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/07/03, updated on 24/07/03 (Somewhat useful, 220 readings)
I've just visited The Bulls Head, Lonsdale Road, Barnes - and I've just found the worst pub in London. How Young's allow the landlord to continue to work for them is beyond me - a rude, arrogant (beard and nylon shirt) and totally uninterested staff member. Has anyone else every been here (don't go now !!). It's a real pity to see this happen to a pub that potentially could be very good. Hopefully they will action this and sort the major problem out. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/02, updated on 06/12/02 (Very useful, 1579 readings)
Those who you have have read some of my opinions will know that I went on a four day trip to Whitby at the beginning of November. I've already written about the "touristy" side of the place, but now I get onto my favourite subject....The PUBS of Whitby. For a smallish town, Whitby has an awful lot of watering holes ~ we managed to take in quite a few of them while we were there! No surprises there then! ~~~THE GRANBY. This was the pub on the same street as our Holiday Flat, so, as you would expect, we spent quite a bit of time in here. The Granby is on Skinner Street, which is on the west side of the town...it's on the way up to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/02, updated on 11/02/02 (Very useful, 3328 readings)
Firstly - there are a LOT of pubs in Whitby. The town is built up around a valley and split east to west; each side has its own residents and its own particular public houses. We?ll start with the centre of town; I really deem this as the area around Station Square (the Town Centre really) and through Baxtergate (main shopping street) and towards the pier on the west side of town. Rosie O'Grady's/ The George Hotel: ---------------------------------- The starting point for many a drunken night on the town. When I used to live in Whitby and now when I return and meet the mates when I visit, we always start in Rosie's - ... Read the complete review
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