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Robin Hood

Address: 126, Victoria St, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3TG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21346) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Albans (0.2 miles), St Albans Abbey (0.8 miles), Park Street (2 miles)

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Decent enough pub. Friendly welcome and ale in good condition. As others have said, nothing special, but nothing wrong either.
wobblybob - 27 Sep 2013 22:29
Er....... it was OK! Honestly, that's all I can say about it! You wouldn't go out of your way to drink here (unless there was a band you wanted to see) but there's nothing especially good or bad about the place.
ecksact - 1 Aug 2012 02:08
This was our first stop on our Pub Crawl yesterday where we meet up as usual as its the nearest decent Pub too the Station. There was three Ales on I tried the Hobgoblin & Blacksheep Both of which were in good nick if a little warm but then it was very hot in there and being a quiet afternoon not much Ale was being pulled. Staff & other customers were all friendly & welcoming enough. I noticed there is a Dart Board & few fruit Machines and large TVs scatted around seems a nice cosy place for a few pints if you waiting for the train or your meeting someone. I will no doubt be in here again soon.
Alesonly - 18 Nov 2011 12:54
This place has always seemed to challenge the Amityville Horror in terms of fly presence but their numbers were quite low this evening. I discovered they have a rather pleasant garden out the back - well pleasant until you realise you have to endure the hum of the fridge motors from Iceland. The Black Sheep on this occasion was dreadful. This place is too hit & miss to bother with anymore.
Snarling_Mallard - 8 Sep 2011 21:25
This place does tend to be vary variable regarding ale quality and atmosphere, ambience etc or whatever. On this visit it was quiet but pleasant enough and of the three ales on the Black Sheep was quite a good pint (better than some of the camra luvvies recommended hostelries). Probably your best bet for a pint of proper ale close to the station. The fly quotient was a bit of downer though.
Snarling_Mallard - 1 Aug 2010 18:21

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