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The Lebeq Tavern, Bristol - pub details

Address: 199 Stapleton Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS5 0PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23773) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stapleton Road (0.4 miles), Lawrence Hill (0.5 miles), Montpelier (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of the Lebeq Tavern, Bristol

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As previously mentioned no real ales, quite a volatile atmosphere when I visited but that was just my perception, opted for a blackthorn(£2.90) 4/10
fat_beer_badger - 3 Sep 2012 21:03
Despite itís somewhat shabby appearance, this is a surprisingly decent pub with an interior that almost makes you feel as though you could be in a country inn somewhere, rather than one of the less salubrious areas of inner city Bristol.

Itís a fair sized pub on a couple of different levels. Itís split in to three areas across the front, with the right hand end housing a pool table and a table football game. There is an exposed stone running along the left hand wall up to the back of the pub, and plenty of old black beams on the ceiling with the obligatory horse brasses tacked on to them. There were a number of quiz and fruit machines dotted around and a notice advertised Sunday karaoke nights. The bar to the left had a plasma on showing the football, although the volume was down low and this wasnít too intrusive.

The rear part of the pub is up a few steps, and there was a dart board here with a match in progress. There was a large trophy cabinet in one corner and various photos on the wall showed the pubís football team in action. Form a previous visit I seem to recall there is also a small garden, although we did not check this out on this occasion. Barmaid was pleasant and friendly.

Unfortunately itís one let down is that there were no real ales on tap, which seems to be a recurring theme in this part of town. Ciders were Blackthorn and Thatcherís Gold, the latter being priced at an exceptionally reasonable £2.10 a pint.
Blackthorn - 18 May 2012 12:04
Great pub football team, feared throughout the league.

Pub is a bit, um...

Great football team!
Joan_Crawford - 24 Oct 2007 15:16

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