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user reviews of Affinity, Bexleyheath

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

Sorry for any offence caused by saying the little smiley doorman at the bottom of the stairs it was not intended.
What was meant is that he may not be as tall as some of the others whilst he is very broad and solid looking so keep pumping that iron your looking good.

2troubles - 24 Mar 2007 12:54
it may be average in some respects, but without a doubt, there is more character to it than the others. and it's not full of young ankle biters. is that not worth the 1 pound you're probably going drop drunkenly on the floor when you pull a tenner out of your pocket for a kebab on the way home. Plus, OHM used to charge for years, so affinity is not alone on that front.

and that was when they were only open til 12.
I hear they don't anymore, but i'm sure that's because they've lost a lot of older clients, and the chavs are gradually making their way down the high street from lloyds, so they have to compensate.
anonymousgirl - 22 Mar 2007 00:14
we love it the little smiley doorman who stands at the bottom of the stairs and the big fella is great to so he may not always smile but then again who does his consentraiting and doing his job the cheesy music is great when you've had a few
Atmosphere is always good and always lots of regulars that have been going there for years like ourselfs we always have a laugh and always get home safley thanks to the doorman who make sure we have a cab or a lift
2troubles - 21 Mar 2007 21:51
Moneys no problem for me.

Having to pay to get into a, lets face it, average bar when other places dont is a problem

So why do they do it?
anonymous - 20 Mar 2007 13:12
I'm a bit astounded that people are griping about paying £1/2 to get in. Seriously, you must have better things to worry about.
And if you're that bothered about it, then you might quite like to know that shots aren't as much as bottle or spirit and mixer... clearly pennies count to you!
i've been going to affinity years, and have worked there on occasion. I've also been to other various bars in the area, what they charge is average.

So the beer is sometimes warm(rarely) and the bar staff take a while to get to everyone, but I know the laid back atmosphere more than makes up for it. there's never that much trouble. It's not as young as ohm. And I think the bar staff are good fun, and smile more than the staff at other places. (yes, i'm bias).

Yes, it gets packed, but it's all part of the atmosphere. It's not a posers palace, and not full of WAG wannabes, which i think makes all the difference.

anonymousgirl - 16 Mar 2007 00:06
At the end of the day, this is a bar in Bexleyheath.

Not Dartford.

Not Central London.

It should not be charging to get in full stop. It never used to (and i'm talking as someone who used to go there when it first opened when they served up free food for nowt - Yes, they used to do that!)

Zero Bar dont charge to get in (and nor does the Drayman if i recall)

Yes, its a business and they are entitled to make a profit but charging £3 a bottle (and the same for shots if i recall) is surely profit enough. I disagree that its the same price as other places as well.

The atmosphere can be good, in fact, i went on the 23rd december and had a pretty good night but there is no justification in charging to get in WHATSOEVER.

People will still go and of course, i cant say i wont but shame on the owners for trying to squeeze more dosh from the punters.

Nice website though, it makes it look much cleaner bigger and poncey than it actually is!!!

I will say that theres hardly any trouble there though. In fact, i've only seen it kick off once.

anonymous - 10 Jan 2007 13:41
Well I'm a little dissapointed in the overall opinion of this bar. The things people gripe about here are the things that affect any kind of drinking establishment and there is far less trouble than can be found in other bars/pubs in the area. I know one of the bouncers there and he's worked at various bars and pubs in the area and has been at affinity for the longest beceause he see's less trouble there than he has anywhere else! Everyone is entitled the their opinion, but don't knock something until you've tried it. It certainy does have an excellent atmosphere, very friendly staff and generally a really feel good vibe about it. I notice too they have just got a new web-site too...
jimbo69 - 2 Jan 2007 17:22
I really cannot understand why people complain about having to pay an entry fee of £1-£2. People forget it is a business after all. Crush bar charges £5. Its hardly gonna break the bank is it, and if its a real problem maybe you should stay in and drink. That would be a hell of a lot cheaper. I think the prices are expensive but they are the same prices as all the other bars in the area.
anonymous - 22 Nov 2006 12:39
Yeah, it was (but not the one who moaned about OHM as well a few months back) Aint i allowed to go on a pub crawl in Bexleyheath? Theres more than just Affinity you know. Thank god. This is a review website. I reviewed a couple of places i went to.

I never said it was empty, it never is.

Its just, well lets be honest here, sh*t!

And as for getting a life, well, true but i like to think i have more of one than someone who is a 'regular' at affinity!!!

Enjoy your future nights out of crap music, overpriced drinks.

And of course your xmas and new year there!

anonymous - 22 Nov 2006 08:47
i am sorry you do make me laugh, are you the same sad person who yet again has written reviews for a couple of bars in one night?? get a life!! i'm a regular at affinity and sorry but i cant remember the last time it was empty so seems you must be one of a small minority with your thoughts!!
anonymous - 21 Nov 2006 20:38
Well, its been a long time since i went there last (over 4 months) but i tried it on saturday (18/11/2006)

Oh dear.

Why are they still charging to get in? Its the only place that does in bexleyheath as far as i know

Rip off beer prices (even the shots are £3 a pop)

looks knackered inside.

Awful, please shut it down
anonymous - 20 Nov 2006 08:47
All in all a good bar, the only downside is the attitude of one large doorman with braids who is always on the door. Manors don't cost anything you know so instead of tell people to MOVE why not say excuse me!Plus stop trying to intimidate people and throwing your wait around!Its like you've got PMT!
anonymous - 17 Oct 2006 17:31
£1 to get in, £2 after 10.30?

tut tut

anonymous - 18 Sep 2006 09:57
went up affinity over the weekend had a really great night. The atmosphere was brilliant, everyone was dancing and enjoying themselves. we will definately be back!!
pipperd - 4 Sep 2006 20:15
I am a little bemused as to why Affinity is listed on this site, as itís more of a club than a bar. I suppose the awfully decorated and tacky ground lever section could be described as the latter, but certainly not the basement. Admittedly, I had a good time on my visit, but that was down to the company, not the venue. The music was OK, but the place is a hellhole in other respects. The basement is far too small and hot and sweaty and the bottles of blue gunk I was drinking were warm. Not particularly recommended, though it was cheap.
HTM69 - 25 Aug 2006 18:05
Have to agree with partyqueeng it has gone downhill a lot lately.
Gooner. - 25 Aug 2006 04:11
I have been coming to Affinity for quite some time. On the whole I think its one of the better bars in Bexleyheath however I think it has gone a bit downhill as of late. Everyone that used to go there was just out for a laugh, it definately seems there are more people with bad attitudes now which is a real shame. It does seem to take ages to get a drink also, epecially if your a bloke. Girls def get preferencial treatment especially from a few new members of the bar staff there.But hey the music is good so peeps don't take yourself so seriously and just have good time!
partyqueeng - 15 Aug 2006 16:38
I came to Affinity both nights and all in all had a good time although there is a certain member of male bar staff who will allways serve the girls in low cut tops first, thats if he's not snogging them! If your gonna do that wait till the end or at least until the punters are served. It gets cramped in there at the best of times and tages a while to get a drink without having to wait for the guy at the bar trying to pull until he serves you! If your a bloke you have no chance! You might as well not bother! There is also a certain large doorman who is rather unpredictable. Will be pleasant some times and damn right rude other times! There is no need to be nasty to the people in there who are doing nothing wrong, save that until there is a problem in there! Also I have to say the manager of Ohm is far more polite and civil to their customers than the owners of Affinity.
anonymous - 15 Aug 2006 10:33
Went to Zerobar last Saturday it was brillant - but went there this Friday it was rubbish. Dj trying to copy affinty and failing. Affinty is better choice on Fridays.
bexleybabe - 12 Aug 2006 11:05
Didnt sound like 'Dazzling Daves Disco' in there friday nite !! some of the best funky house and old skool i have heard in quite a while....
anonymous - 3 Aug 2006 09:27
I came her on sat and had a great time! Great music but it was very busy! But had a great time all the same.
anonymous - 2 Aug 2006 11:11
Affinity sounds like a 'Dazzling Daves Disco' wedding reception after 10.30. The best of Wham CD must be wearing out soon!

They really REALLY need to make it bigger in there. Surely charging £3 for a bottle has made enough money to build an extension?
anonymous - 2 Aug 2006 08:57
When are you all going to wake up (Affinty/Ohm/Zerobar/Drayman) - none of you are Jesus and you can't divide the bread in thousands. There are only so many people going out in Bexleyheath and none of you offer anything original - so people go where it busy or where there is atmosphere!
Stop bitching and concern yourselves with your customers !
anonymous - 9 Jun 2006 09:02
For your information about zero bar, they are actually open 'til 1am so thats even more reason to go there.
anonymous - 8 Jun 2006 16:06
flying by the seats of their cute little hotpants!!
anonymous - 7 Jun 2006 18:13
They're also getting a bit desperate - flyering INSIDE other local venues - Now that's trouble waiting to happen!
anonymous - 7 Jun 2006 12:06
The reason not to go to OHM is its full of youngsters ! thats a good enough reason, isnt it?
anonymous - 6 Jun 2006 16:58
yeah and now that ohm is not charging anymore either and they got ridiculously cheap drinks deals there to, why not go there. and they open until 1 o clock. in affinity it is packed like sardine tin. v. dangerous.
anonymous - 4 Jun 2006 02:37
Thats the problem, it may be only a quid but why charge it at all?. Zeros dont and they are open 'til 12 so why should affinity? Seems like a case of screwing extra money out of the punters.

anonymous - 2 Jun 2006 15:53
Dangerous place - to many people downstairs - not enough toilets for men or women. Atomsphere is very good if you want to jump about to a wide selection of music. The only place in bexleyheath where the chavs & Danson Park snobs seem to get on without any incidents. Maybe the owners should think about quality not quantity.I suppose if you only charge a quid wht do you expect!
anonymous - 1 Jun 2006 13:38
The trouble with Affinity at the moment is that the present owners dont seem to give a toss anymore and more than likely are making as much cash as they can before sodding off (and i still say that £3 for a bottle is a rip off). When it was Breeze it seemed to be a bit more professional.

Decor looks knackered and there aint the vibe that there used to be. The fact that you have got to queue to get downstairs is just embarassing.

Must try harder.Oh, and to taking the rip off theme a bit further -charging a quid to get in is absolutely disgusting.

Having said that, its still rammed downstairs so it proves that after a few beers, no one cares!

There is no hope for any of us!

anonymous - 31 May 2006 13:54
I came down to Affinity last Saturday night with a few of my girlfriends and have to say I had a great time. There was a great range of music, r n b, house, old school, house and cheese. Nice bar staff even if it did take a while to get served. But all in all a great bar. Will definately be going there again!
anonymous - 17 May 2006 16:17
My and friends and I have been going to Affinity regulary (2-3 times a month) for maybe 2 years now. It was like a breath of fresh air then, totally different from all the chav/teenager pubs in b.heath and the only other alternative was OHM which is absolutely dire and full of plastic gangsters. However, I've noticed that things have begun to slide recently, the drinks have gone up in price, I was charged £16 for two shots and two shorts with mixers! Now that's more than w.end prices! I agree that maybe the management is getting a little greedy on this score, as well as cramming everyone in. Last Saturday I felt like I couldn't breathe downstairs ans as a result didn't stay long.

The music is definatley on the cheesy side, which I think is welcome most of the time, but perhaps a little balance is needed by maybe having a few old skool tunes on Friday and cheese on Saturday, what do you think? The staff are usually pleasant however, there are a few new bar staff who look like they're being tortured by working there. The doorman are all friendly and not at all threatening. There is selcom trouble,I've seem maybe 4-5 seperate incidents of people being "shown the door" in all my times in there, and the doorman have dealt with the situation in a professional manner, which is more than can be said of OHM......

All in all, a good bar but note to management - you have a great little bar, totally different from the many other places in and around b.heath, please do don't let the standards slip! Listen to your regulars!

anonymous - 16 May 2006 13:07
Just spent last weekend, drinking in your rivals matey. This message is to the blatent plug my own bar boy! (anonymous -26 Apr 2006 13.29) Your rivals bank holiday rocked! people listen to an old expert, Ohm was place to be. Better than sh#t quiet Affinity
anonymous - 5 May 2006 22:48
Correct the Bank Holiday was crap at Affinty - also how sad are you to charge a £1 to enter. Wot no limes for me Corona - Ar!we queue to pay our quid to get in and then queue to go downstairs, queue to get served at two small bars, **** me queue for the toilets.
Turnstiles is what you want! While I'm having a moan also I like the fact the music cuts out upstairs, but you can't get downstairs (queue) to hear the music.
What do I want jam on it for a quid.
anonymous - 2 May 2006 17:07
Best laugh I've had all week. You're so spot on matey (anonymous - 26 Apr 2006 17:54)
I couldn't believe the blatant plug when I saw it - bad enough on it's own, but the lies or 'exaggeration' render it a very p!ss poor attempt at self-promotion indeed.
Are they so cheap that they won't buy an ad?
anonymous - 26 Apr 2006 20:04
don't lie! it wasn't busy at all last time. it was shit. this site is getting boring now because only the managers of the bars ever write reviews on them. Don't take what is written on them as the truth, they just want to promote their bars 'anonomous' ha ha. we all know who you are mate
anonymous - 26 Apr 2006 17:54
Dont forget open 3 days this weekend, Friday sat AND SUNDAY !! last bank holiday was fun and busy, lets hope this is the same, bring it on !!! :o)
anonymous - 26 Apr 2006 13:29
Same old problem on a friday night. "Where should we go?".Me & the girls decided to go to Affinity.Have never been there before so i thought "i'll try anything once". We all had a fab night.A real friendly club. Good friendly staff and the DJ played some great old skool songs i hav'nt heard for years. Will be going back soon.
anonymous - 12 Apr 2006 16:25
Maybe you should learn for Zerobar and restrict the numbers downstairs its plain dangerous. Not enough toilets of girls!!!!
anonymous - 7 Apr 2006 09:59
Ahh, Affinity. I used to go quite regularly when it was Breeze (i'm even old / sad enough to remember when they served free food downstairs)

Good points
Not normally any trouble. Probably the age of the punters sees to that (or maybe its because its so cramped you couldnt swing a punch anyway!)
Not many chavs
Quite a friendly crowd.
It 'tries'. Probably one of the only independent bars in Bexleyheath which is a good thing.

Bad points
Too small. If it knocked through to a shop either side it would be just right.
£3 a bottle. Sorry, thats just too much. We aint in the middle of Soho you know.
Samey. I sympathise with the DJ's to a certain extent but after 10.30 you can almost guess the next record (wham / aha etc)
Toilets - 10 - 15 minute wait if you a girl, blokes can play "lets find one that isnt blocked"

At least they seem to have a consistent dress code now. A few years back it seemed to vary depending who was on the door!

I probably would say that Zero Bar and Affinity are probably the best 2 bars in Bexleyheath for the over 25's

Affinity would probably nudge ahead if they made a few changes. Reducing bottled beer to £2.50 a go would help.

Nochavsinmypub - 7 Feb 2006 14:25
anonymous - 18 Jan 2006 13:37
I've been in Affinty when both Dj's have been playing Party Chris (who likes the sound of his own voice) and Alex who needs to master his computer djing skills.If you want a 5 second gap between tracks mate ! Why don't you pre-record your set and sit at the bar with a remote control. Bring back Paul or Kieran or even the indian bloke who used to to Zerobar on a Friday, I seen him in Affinity, he must be out of work. Actually Affinity is a nice place it just that the music has become so predictable. So as the say Alex "change the record".
anonymous - 16 Jan 2006 19:23
i like affinity, nice place
anonymous - 8 Jan 2006 19:46
Hi anonymous, thanks for the reply, i didnt take anything you said as offensive, i was just saying i have had a few people saying they like what i play and i have even had a few asking for more cheese! all fair comments and not a problem.. i will play a few more cheesy tracks in future but not a whole night !! also i will still be playing the house and old school..its no point me doing the same as Alex as this would be pointless, im sure your agree?
Also what was the track in question because if its madonna, pussy cat dolls or even sugar babes these i have all played every night since i have been down there?? even sometime twice because of the amount of requests for them, which i can understand !
I have never said no i wont play a track unless i am not carrying it OR will not play it at that exact time because i am in the middle of an old school set or funky house set !
I do hope your pop down on a friday and hope it will be a better evening for you !!

Chris :o)
partychris - 6 Jan 2006 17:27
Hi there 'partychris', in reply to the comment I wrote I didn't think it was particually negative. I went down to Affinity on a friday a while ago, I asked for a pop track which was number one at the time, so did one of my friends. All of the girls down there loved this track, and still do. My friend was told it was too poppy or something along those lines. I know your different to Alex, and as you said its good to have variety, and of course your style of music is going to be a bit different. I've just known Affinity to play a variety of pop, rnb, cheese, house and old school.

I didn't mean for you to take offence to anything I wrote.
anonymous - 5 Jan 2006 10:58
Well i was pointed to this site by a friend so i could read a few of the comments!
I am a DJ that has been playing up affinity covering for the regular DJ,Alex. I was Also the DJ playing there last Friday. I do have to agree the music i was playing towards the end last friday was getting a little heavy even for my taste, but to my defence this was what i was being asked for! and as i am playing for the crowd and not for myself the requests were granted!
As for cheese i always play some maybe not as much as your used to down there but im a different DJ to Alex so thats why there is a difference in music, which for a client is a good thing i think, maybe im wrong ?

Also just to say i have NOT posted on this site before,this is my first. So i have not be Bigging myself up!
I have had some positive feedback from the people that go to affinity, also i have had a few negative ones, like the one below ! maybe i am still learning the affinity crowd ? time will tell..

Also just one last thing, its nothing to do with me on how many people they let in to just the DJ thats hard enough !!

partychris - 4 Jan 2006 19:56
I have to say I do think Affinity is at its best on a Saturday night. Never normally any attitude there just people out to have a good time. The resisdant dj there always knows how to get the crowd going with a good variation of pop, rnb, house and a of course the old cheese. New years eve was great, my friends and myself had a great time and thought the music was great and a brilliant party atmosphere. No heavy house music which is just what you want and expect from Affinity, especially on New Years Eve. It wasn't too ram packed as well which was good as it can get a bit squashed down there. Although a few times on a Friday I think the music is a bit too heavy for Affinity, I like house but not all night and where was the cheese???? I asked for a request and the dj said no.Though this was a different dj to usual. But all in all a great night out and would reccommend it.
anonymous - 4 Jan 2006 11:10
Well I guess the new dj has been busy writing new "big me up" reports on Yes I'm sure you are not a passing phase, unless you upset mad and unpredictable martin, then you might be in trouble. Also, stop being greedy and cramming us all in. We need room to dance. I'm sure it's not legal to have that many people down there! And i'd spend more money if I didn't have to fight my way to the bar for a drink.
anonymous - 3 Jan 2006 18:47
The new addition to Affinity, ie the new DJ is well how can you put it?? A welcomed change.. finally an appreciation of some proper music... especially when the normal set doesn't ever seem to change and you can pretty much tell whats coming next even if you haven't been there in a couple of weeks. Chris.. you are doing a fantastic job and we hope that you're not just a passing phase.
anonymous - 2 Jan 2006 17:33
I have been going to Affinity for a while now and i must say what a breath of fresh air the new DJ is. He is'nt there everyweek but he plays some great Old Skool and banging funky house. It makes a nice change to hear some tunes that you have not heard for a while instead of riding the same old Cheese Train that still seems to be chuffing along.
anonymous - 30 Dec 2005 10:20
Open till 1 Am now. Thats much better.12 o'clock stop was pants.
anonymous - 30 Dec 2005 10:14
open to 1am now! great place to have a laugh! a mini venue.
anonymous - 28 Dec 2005 18:14
looks like a shop. Jump up and you'll hit your head on the ceiling. Expenses warm beer, ignorant bar staff, oversized bouncers looking slightly pathetic to be honest. nice place tho
cafc - 24 Nov 2005 16:02
We like going to affinity as you can dance to Tiffany's I think We're Alone Now and do the running man dance to Vanilla Ice without embarrassment!
There is never any atmosphere or fighting as the age groups range and you never have large groups.Everyone is real friendly and just after a good night out.

The queue for the bar can sometimes take some time, but there is always the shots bar on the dance floor!

Could do with some more toilets!!!

Delialah and Taloolaa xxxxx
taloolaaanddelialah - 12 Oct 2005 12:17
I started going to Affinity when it was the Breeze bar and truly thought my prayers had been answered. Somewhere decent and intimate in Bexleyheath that was staggering/walking distance of home, if it came to it, and played enjoyable dancey 70ís and 80ís music. Wow it was great. Not everyone knew of it and it was a real find. It then turned into Affinity and it did begin to lose something. They started to play more current tunes and RíníB which is fine but it took away the fun, party element and introduced an element of attitude to the atmosphere. It sounds like Iím a boring kill joy but light hearted tunes like Footloose and Letís hear it for the Boy are fun and encourage people to dance rather than RíníB which encourages people to glare at each other and slowly move but not really let go.

I went back recently though and confess to having a great time, just like the Breeze Bar days. It can get crowded and you do get jolted on the dance floor but I still find it fun. The current DJ (on Saturdays) is taking the tunes back to the cheesy 70ís & 80ís, which bearing in mind the age of the crowd makes sense, acts as a further disincentive to the younger masses and lets face it is more of a laugh.

My only gripe is them letting in denim. I know the management want to make more money but this can be the slippery slope to trainers and t-shirts in my opinion. Bearing in mind they are appealing to an older audience, asking guests to pull on a pair of trousers isnít that much of a headache and making people feel that they have to make an effort in their appearance if they want admission adds an air of respectability to the bar. If they can improve on this, the bouncers attitude (who take themselves a little seriously and could do well to learn the manners and professionalism of the OHM bouncers who are amazingly polite if you treat them with courtesy) and try to curb (or even not admit) the scruffy, burberry shirt wearing crowd then it could return to itís former Breeze glory days. As it is Iíd still recommend it to the older, more respectable clientele who want to have some fun and dancing without the fights and histrionics that you can get at other venues.
spoon - 15 Aug 2005 16:55
Went last night and thought I'd invaded a gypsy site. I'm presuming De Ja Vu was closed for the night! Too many scary people, alot of facial hair (and that's just the ladies), way too packed, and I saw large groups of 18 year olds.
This placed used to be good but they have made the same old mistake of thinking of their wallets and not their customers. Maybe I caught it on an off night.
anonymous - 28 Mar 2005 16:22
I like this place - i agree its a bit hot. They used to have big fans in there but they have gone for some reason? I too still call it breeze and it used to be bexleheaths best kept secret - the pikeys have started to turn up and unless the managers are tighter we will loose the only place that chav's are not welcome!!! Good to see some of the regulars are posting comment - dave tommy ross stu - and you thought you could conceal your identity!!
anonymous - 27 Jan 2005 16:21
Last past week has been like an evening at Lloyds. Full of little girls. Bring back the old Affinity bar where the customers are old enough to remember when it was Breeze bar.
anonymous - 28 Jul 2004 20:24
Me anda few mates go down there all the time - A top place to go to, yeh it gets busy but who cares - more women the better please!! Come on the unclass!!
D.S.R.B.T.W. - 21 Jun 2004 16:27
Me and my friend go to Affinity all the time and love it.. there is a friendly atmosphere and the music is good. In fact we are there so much, we often joke about having a secret tunnel leading from our house to Affinity so that we do not have to waste valuable drinking time waiting for cabs that do not turn up!
Pauline - 11 Jun 2004 23:17
its a right laugh,we get pulled every week for cheap drinks,dance and it doesnt cost us anything,cause the blokes ply us with drinks.cheers guys
anon - 23 May 2004 19:32
We love it and we are down there on Saturday!! Get us a free bottle of champers we are the party girls!!
Pee Head Lover - 18 May 2004 22:03
Thurs Night Every Week - Lollypop @ Affinity

It's gonna be huge!
anonymous - 12 May 2004 13:53
Cattle market! A couple of snirnoff ice's lads and you've pulled!!
anonymous - 20 Apr 2004 14:11
I think this bar is one off the better pubs in bex well the only one! Older people no little divs running around thinking they are the maffia... but i think the only problem is it gets too busy at times and it is very hot! but great place and we all ways have a laugh!!
anonymous - 11 Apr 2004 16:45
Affinity is a cracking place. To Becky who said about the girls who work there, I know the girls personally and if you knew what they put up with in a night then you may change your comments. Bar blokes upstairs are brilliant and as for the comment of the suspect charity nights, if you looked closer behind the top bar you would have seen a certificate to thank Affinity for over £5000 that they had given them. It does get really busy and sometimes really hot but generally one of the best bars in Bexleyheath.
To the bouncers, was in there recently and found a lot of young girls in there who were clearly under the age limit, you should jugde them by there age and not the length of there skirts
anonymous - 23 Mar 2004 21:45
I reckon baldy is ok - if you like thick muscle men. Bars ok - gets busy but plays great music and pissed up teenagers don't get in. Staff are good , even when it's busy. I like it - but i could'nt eat a whole one!!
Christine - 17 Feb 2004 21:58
I'm glad someone mentioned that Right Said Fred bouncer who strolls around thinking he looks hard! Everyone else is okay but girls downstairs! Hey stop barging your customers! Don't like your job then piss off to another pub. Male bar staff are top geezers! The owner is starting to let too many people in though and the bouncer's should be aware of the pikeys trying to get in!
Becky - 6 Jan 2004 17:00
Always been a cracking bar to drink at in general, good atmosphere and music, good crowd mostly, but does seem to have the odd pikey nights but expected I suppose. Never seen an ounce of trouble in there myself and I have been going since it first opened at least 5 years ago. Does always seem to have at least one arsehole of a bouncer. One at the moment covered in tattoos strolling around with his Red Bull thinking he is God's gift to women! As long as he is good at keeping out the pikey trouble makers then I have no problem with him. However one does sense he isn't too keen on the good looking guys who have no trouble attracting the women....... Plenty of bottled beers flowing and Wines also spirits now. They have added a little extra room at the back (not that u would notice) does get too packed at times but to be expected after all u cannot keep turning business away! All in all it has to be a 9/10 considering the rest of the Shit about in Bexleyheath. Well done the guy who owns it, he reminds me of Popeye! Decent enough bar staff usually friendly. I would definitely recommend it and not as poncey as OHM where everyone seems to frightened to move in case they crease their shirt or stretch their make-up. Phew! I feel better now Cheers!!
No comment - 9 Dec 2003 14:29
Went to this place for the first time ever last week and thought it was great. Good-looking men (men not boys), good music and good atmosphere. Best of all no trouble as its over 25's so there's no pissed up lads starting fights and no silly little tarts giving you evils across the bar! I'll definitely be going back.
Maxine - 4 Dec 2003 16:34
it gets a bit hot but is good
anonymous - 21 Nov 2003 13:08
starting to get a few idiots from ohm bar. they move on to bar to bar and kill the places. probably started off in Yates. - 14 Nov 2003 14:39
Would have to the best pub in Bexleyheath. nice atmosphere and all the people are nice as well. good range of beers and good DJ;s as well
???? - 16 May 2003 13:34
its the best of a bad lot to be honest, beers too expensive (£2.90!) but its the only place to avoid the Nickelson / burberry boys and girls with their Argos earrings.
Mr Jolly - 26 Dec 2002 20:51
This bar is over 25s so there is no hassle/fights etc and has a very good reputation. The premises sells a wide range of drinks including bottled beers/lagers from various countries all over the World. There is a bar upstairs and a DJ with dancing plus another bar downstairs. An all round top venue!
Emma Holland - 19 Dec 2002 15:00

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