The Cavern, Raynes Park - pub details
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Raynes Park Tavern, Raynes Park (0.1 miles), Edward Rayne, Raynes Park (0.2 miles), Junction Tavern, Raynes Park (0.4 miles), Hand In Hand, Wimbledon Common (0.8 miles), Crooked Billet, Wimbledon Common (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I strongly agree with the previous user's comments about this pub. On a recent visit with my family we were practically verbally assaulted by the landlord after engaging in what we considered to be light banter. I was absolutely shocked by his demeanour and we left without finishing our drinks, promising never to return. If you are in the area I recommend you try any of the other drinking establishments within walking distance or buy a can of special brew, sit naked on a pile of nettles and down the can in one - I guarantee that would be a more comfortable drinking experience than the one I had to endure.|
Canelafina - 5 Aug 2014 18:46
|I would strongly recommend that you give seruious consideration to whether you really want to visit this pub. On a recent visit the bar man was fine, amusing and helpful but when the guvenor arrived the whole atmosphere changed. He was brusque to the point of rudeness, and seemed to have a massive sense of humour failure. I would recommend either of the other two pubs in Raynes park miles ahead of this one.|
raynesparkdave - 22 Apr 2014 12:05
|Visited this pub last night, they had London Pride and Doom Bar both well kept. This is a music pub and they had a live band on, JP and the Crossroads, a blues band and very entertaining too, If you are in the area and enjoy an evening of live music give it a go.|
Scotsaledrinker - 23 Jun 2013 16:04
|Very expensive pint of Pepsi Cola £3.|
basil2009 - 16 Jul 2010 08:39
|As the name suggests there is a Beatles theme throughout this pub along with other music memorabilia. I think that it has been done really well and the two barmaids that served me were extremely friendly, but unfortunately the music was far too loud for my liking. I can understand it on a weekend night or for a party, but not on a Tuesday night when there are only four customers.|
I didnít spot any hand pumps, but there was a standard draught selection along with Staropramen and the Guinness was good.
I would revisit this place if I was more local and planning a decent night out with friends that I didnít really want to talk to all evening.
Strongers - 8 Jan 2010 13:23
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