Pitcher & Piano Reviews
Description:Bar and restaurant chain throughout the UK.
Newest Review: ... once again, she thinks that she will meet men out here by asking them for a lighter! The lighting inside changes throughout the day with the use of spots and chandeliers, and I feel that this is where this bar comes into its own. By day it is a good central place to pop in for a mid-shop drink and it is an excellent place for a working lunch, but by night it changes into a bustling bar ... more
Customer Pitcher & Piano Reviews (7)
by - written on 11/01/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
**Please note that this review is for the Taunton location of the Pitcher and Piano and not the chain in general ** Whilst I was taking my GCSE's many moons ago I spent a lot of time in the Taunton town library, but since then there have been a few changes to the old building. The library has been moved to a swanky new building and so occupying the premises nowadays is the Pitcher and Piano bar. I probably spend more time in there now than I did in the past and it is definitely a lot more fun! ~*~ The Ambience ~*~ There is a front and a rear entrance to the bar so if I am meeting someone "by the door" I always ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/11, updated on 22/09/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I used to work in the City of London and after works drinks and long boozy lunches were the norm, ahh, it was a great life! One of our favourite places to go was the Pitcher and Piano in Cornhill right in the city of London. The Pitcher and Piano is located on 28-31 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3ND which is right near Bank tube station, bang in the heart of the city. Pitcher and Piano bars are a chain of bars which I do tend to like as you generally know what kind of service you are going to get and what the food and drinks are going to be like also. What I like about this bar is that it's glitzy and very smart looking. It is quite spacious and not like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
The Pitcher and Piano is a pub set in the Lace Market area of Nottingham city centre. The building itself is an attractive de-consecrated church, with tall stained glass windows, and a large old fashioned wooden door. The signage for the pub is quite subtle, leaving the building looking as regal as it did years ago, except for the small scattering of tables and chairs outside , and the small crowd of smokers huddled outside the doors. Inside, it's a lot lighter and more modern, although there are plenty of little alcoves for groups to have an intimate drink and meal .There is a dancefloor where the altar used to be in the evenings, and the overall ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/09 (Useful, 20 readings)
Everyone loves a great deal and we found one at the Pitcher and Piano. We visited our local P&P in Winchester last weekend and had a very good meal. This is one of my favourite places to dine in Winchester. I like this place because they offer a good lunch deal at a not so over the top price like a lot of places. Not only that but they give you nice meal for what you pay. One of my favourite choices on the £5 daily list is the roasted Mediterranean vegetable and feta wrap and falafels in pitta. These meals are lovely and they are not too heavy and perfect for a quick lunch. Over the weekend when my boyfriend and I visited we tried the P&P sharer which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/08 (Useful, 51 readings)
Location reviewed: Winchester I first went to a branch of this chain last night and my impressions of it are mixed. It has a very slick, cosmopolitan feel to it - Laminate flooring, minimalist colours, seductive lighting, VIP booths if you care to hire one. and the drinks/food prices are reflected by the standard of the interior. It happened to be buy one get one free on cocktails last night i.e. two for a fiver. i was about to go to the bar and order when a waitress came and took our order. i am so used to ordering at the bar in those sorts of places that that was a nice change. the menu was quite pricey but i just had a starter of chips and chilli ... Read the complete review
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