The Magpie and Crown, Brentford - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2341) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (Thursdays), TV
- Bar billiards
- Food served, Real ale
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|Quick update. Bar billiards is not available at this pub. On the plus side, a pop up curry house has opened next door (where the Dew Drop Inn Cafe used to be) and is astoundingly good. Sami's is unlicensed, so take yourown beer / wine (no corkage fee either). Highly recommended.|
Smeethino - 8 May 2013 08:57
|As someone who has popped in the Magpie once or twice in recent months for a quick half when passing thru I am pretty sure what B4E says didn't happen. It's just not that type of pub. It's a decent alehouse that keeps a good pint, I've not had short measures but I can't judge it on just two halves. For the record the bog was no dirtier than anywhere else.|
jamie.nakin - 3 May 2013 22:00
|As I said in my last post, you can safely ignore any comments from bees4evva. You can see from all his previous postings that he is a cretin. Such a shame that wonderful Brentford FC has to be supported by such a reprehensible individual.|
MillHouse - 1 May 2013 11:37
|In the Gents,someone had smeared their shit all over the walls and pissed on the toilet roll -utter utter filth and disgust.|
bees4evva - 30 Apr 2013 23:20
|Ignore the comment from bees4evva. This is a good pub, albeit fairly basic, with a great range of beers always served in good condition. |
A downside, though, is the staff, they seem totally lacking in personality. It doesn't take too much effort to smile, does it ? Also beware of the barman with the ponytail who seems to think it's quite all right to give you short measures. When I collared him about it before the Bees match on Saturday his surly, feeble excuse was that the beer was lively. He then went off for about five minutes to serve other customers so I then had to collar him again to get the three pints topped up.
The same thing had happened a couple of weeks previously before another Brentford match. If you get caught out on short measures then top the pints up with good grace.
MillHouse - 29 Apr 2013 09:57
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