The Bridge Bier Huis (Burnley) Reviews
Description:Address: 2 Bank Parade / Lancashire / England / A friendly pub with a modern atmosphere and a host to numerous beers on ... more
Newest Review: ... Bridge is that as you enter, you won't have to squeeze past a couple of burly bouncers to get through the door. That isn't to say that I dislike bouncers, just that it gives you an indication as to the sort of pub you're entering. I've never seen any 'trouble' at The Bridge which can be a problem in many town centre pubs. Instead, you'll find that most of the clientele are at least 25 and ... more
Customer The Bridge Bier Huis (Burnley) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/09/08 (Very useful, 233 readings)
Well, if you've read one of my recent restaurant reviews, you'll know where to grab a bite to eat in Burnley. So now I'm moving on to the pre or après dinner drinks and my pub of choice in Burnley has to be The Bridge Bier Huis. For those of you not conversant in Dutch, Bier Huis translates to Beer House and The Bridge has a fantastic reputation both locally and nationally for selling a wide range of real ales, lagers, ciders along with all the usual soft drinks and spirits. The Bridge is located on Bank Parade. If you're a visitor to Burnley, you'll probably struggle to find it as it's tucked away on a quite street at the back of the local shopping centre ... Read the complete review
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