Yate's Wine Lodge (Durham) Reviews
Description:80-83 North road, Durham, DH1. Tel: 0191 384 1775.
Newest Review: ... drinks for just one pound - which i personally think is just irresponsible - and they wonder why they constantly have fights in there. I haven't eaten in Yates for years as the food was just terrible although once again cheap but for the same price you can get much better quality food elsewhere. They used to have a good karaoke night on Sunday which was something a little different and great ... more
Customer Yate's Wine Lodge (Durham) Reviews (4)
by - written on 10/06/09 (Useful, 43 readings)
My local Yates is in Chelmsford and i really can't say a good word about the place. Yes drinks are cheap - for example you can get a bottle of wine for only £4.99 and on some nights of the week they do drinks for just one pound - which i personally think is just irresponsible - and they wonder why they constantly have fights in there. I haven't eaten in Yates for years as the food was just terrible although once again cheap but for the same price you can get much better quality food elsewhere. They used to have a good karaoke night on Sunday which was something a little different and great fun for a chilled Sunday evening but they stopped this a while ago and i haven't Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/08 (Useful, 32 readings)
Yates, a trendy, modern bar that is known to sell cheap food and drink. There seems to be a Yates in most parts of Britain, and good job because if your out and about in an unkown town or city and you come across one, then you know exactly what you are going to get for your money. Yates is a great place to go for lunch, opening at 11am, and often does deals on food. Such as a drink (alcoholic or soft) and a burger and chips for around £5.00, which you must agree is quite a fair price. As Yates bars tend to be situated in the centre of towns and cities, they turn into a hot spot for those who are on a night out, oftening closing around 2am. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/02, updated on 14/03/02 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Another week of boring college food leads to yet another trip out in to Durham to find somewhere nice to eat. This weeks choice was Yates, a pub/bar close to the centre of town. I'd never actually heard of this place until one of my friends went there, so decided to pay a visit myself. The first thing that strikes you when you walk in is the size of the place, it's certainly the largest pub I've seen in Durham, with plenty of tables to sit at, and a nice long bar to get your drinks from. It's also rather cheap too, although it doesn't seem to be all that popular with students. We went for some food, so that's where I'll ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/02, updated on 09/03/02 (Useful, 113 readings)
Yates Wine Lodge in Durham is probably the best allround pub in the city center, and subsequently the busiest. During the day it has a fairly comprehensive menu, a 2 for £5.90 on some meals after 2pm, a nice ambience and gentle background music. The drinks are also on special between 2 and 8 everyday. The pub is quite spacious, has plenty of tables, a large no smoking zone and whenever I have been in friendly and helpful staff. In the evenings they have a variety of entertainments. Monday is a quiz, on the big screen, so more picture based and genuinely good fun. Alternate Tuesdays tend to have a band on. I saw both zoo2 and Abba/Steps there, both very ... Read the complete review
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