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Bohola House, Bethnal Green

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user reviews of the Bohola House, Bethnal Green

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thought this was going to be a breath of fresh air as a venue however as mentioned brfore has become just another alcos den-sad.
mother123 - 18 Jan 2011 19:41
has reverted to being a paddies pub during the week---still good boozer for a chat which can become lively--chatted to a polish guy the other week who insisted he was a forest gate native-hilarious!
mother123 - 29 Dec 2010 15:29
top pub on a friday night for live music-bit of an old folks home during the week the-the guvnor is a milf!
mother123 - 17 Dec 2010 18:53
It has now become 'Bar Valiente' - no idea what goes on in there!
Charno - 1 Oct 2010 15:20
Yes - it's closing down. Dropped by 2 days ago, 2 more weeks to go - and Bohola is gone. It may re-open, probably as a gastrofied animal
Prylenissen - 30 May 2010 14:23
rumours abound of this pubs demise-can anyone confirm this?
more genuinely irish in character than some pubs in kerry-best guinness in east end--friendly staff.
mother123 - 4 Apr 2010 17:41
The "Bohola" will be showing the Salford vs Harlequins RL game on Bank Holiday Monday Kick-off 7pm. To get to the pub:

From Bethnal Green central line, take the Bethnal green road exit and walk down to the second traffic lights. The pub is opposite woolworths.

From BR Bethnal Green walk up Wilmot Street and enter Bethnal Green Road. The pub is across the road. Tell anyone who wants to watch the game.
skol - 27 May 2006 20:44
Roaringly Irish. Every man in the place seems to be called Tommo.
Albert_Campion - 10 Apr 2006 18:26
The pub that time forgot. More old skool than Run DMC. Full of Irish immigrants from the 1950's who are willing to impart their lifestories to anyone who'll listen. Its not unusual to see a JCB outside with its hazard lights on, while its occupant is sipping a pint of porter inside. Many of the elderly clientele look eerily like Jack Lemmon.

The Guinness is exceptional though.... and only 2 a pint. High on entertainment value.
anonymous - 29 Mar 2006 17:36
The pub has a nice atmosphere and is an Irish pub with a welcoming atmosphere. They have a big screen for showing sport and on Saturday 18 February, they will be showing the Bradford Bulls vs Harlequins RL rugby league game. Kick-off at 6pm. It is throughly recommened for watching Rugby.
skol - 1 Feb 2006 14:20

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