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Visited in the day so the place was very quiet.
Can imagine it gets very busy on nights when a band is playing.
Quite ironically i had one of the best pints of real ale (Tribute) in here as in a pub like this ale drinkers must surely be a rare thing and forgotten about.

7/10
montie49 - 14 May 2014 19:27
Musicy. Has changed hands several times recently.
FrothLicker - 24 Jan 2014 19:32
A passable alternative to the usual Mutley fare. Offers the standard dismal selection of beers, but for decent prices.
plymouthpirate - 29 Dec 2008 17:20
I have never seen any bother in this pub to be fair because, on a live gig night, no-one cares what you look like UNLESS you are a chav - they quickly get glared at (as indeed they should with their inability to handle more than 1 pint of chemical enhanced urine with fizz)
Beer is OK, music is better although the Diamond Geezers are about as enjoyable as stapling your tongue to a bus drivers arse. Generally I have been to some good nights there...
paulio1966 - 8 Jun 2008 22:04
Despite the barman trying to palm off our "any real ale?" request with "we do the creamy bitter", all the standard glugs on offer here are well preserved and delivered. Plenty of well-situated features(pool table, big stage) too. Soon fills up. Only a lick of paint away from getting into the big marks.

I'd rather ram my cochleae through my skull with a fruit knife than hear the Diamond Geezers (clodhopping-obvious-cover house band) again
getsit - 17 Mar 2008 23:01
Visited plymouth for the weekend, the highlight being the cracking music (the blackfoots) on st.patricks day 2007. Crowded, but not horribly so, as you could still attempt to dance without the fear of inadvertently molesting a passer-by.
buttonmuffin - 4 Apr 2007 22:00
MY BROTHER MANAGES THIS PUB AND I KNOW MY BROTHER HE IS ONE OF THE MOST NICE'S AND KINDEST PERSON'S YOU WILL EVER MEET,MY DAUGHTER HAS ALOT OF HEALTH PROBLEMS AND RECENTLY WE WAS TOLD SHE WAS DIABETIC TYPE 1, MY BROTHER WAS THERE FOR ME AND MY DAUGHTER AND WHEN WE FEEL DOWN AND UPSET HE IS ALWAYS THERE FOR ME.MY BROTHER HAS AWAY OF MAKING YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF AND HE ALWAYS MANAGES TO CHEER YOU UP WHEN YOU ARE DOWN, I AM VERY LUCK TO HAVE A BROTHER LIKE HIM AND IF YOU GO TO THIS PUB YOU WOULD BE VERY LUCKY TO HAVE MY BROTHER LOOK AFTER YOU AND ANYONE WHO KNOWS MY BROTHER WILL TELL YOU HE IS THE NICEST PERSON YOU COULD MEET AND HE TAKES GREAT PRIDE IN EVERYTHING HE DOES AND I KNOW IF YOU GO TO THIS PUB HE WILL MAKE YOU TIME THERE RELAXING AND ENJOYBLE
LOUISHA - 3 Feb 2006 20:17
The Junction is a great friendly place, with awesome music (especially the live bands on Friday and Saturday nights). It's also my local.
They have a pool table, darts board, Sunday quiz and large screen for the footie matches.
The staff are friendly and are like an extended part of my family!
I intriduced the pub to my mates, adn now they've started using it as a local too.
foxess - 26 Oct 2005 14:01
Was my local for my formative years when it was the Freebooter. Since I've moved away from Plymouth they've changed it to The Junction. I'm sure it was better before...but maybe it was just that I was 16. Still, they served a great pint of DogBolter Ale (especially nice with crisps dunked in the head).
Dan - 19 Oct 2004 23:46

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