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Rockys, Buckhurst Hill - pub details

Previously called: Blue Monday


Address: 63 Queens Road, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9 5BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27137) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Buckhurst Hill (0.2 miles), Roding Valley (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Chingford (1.7 miles), Highams Park (2.4 miles), Wood Street (3.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.3/10 (rated by 11 users)
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thedrains - 13 Oct 2010 10:58
This is currently on its 5th or 6th reinvention since the days of the Blue Mondays bar, and is presently a Turkish restaurant.

Pointless me giving a recommendation as it's no longer a bar, although it's just a matter of time until it comes full circle and reopens as some plastic, V.I.P, Bling, R'n'B, free entry for ladies, brrraapppp, Cristal, sunbed, Jack Tweed frequented (pre-sentencing) sort of a place that Essex needs more of.

I'm taking the piss here, obviously...
DavidWaspnest - 23 Apr 2010 17:01
Nice interior and pleasant enough during a quite summer afternoon. Three Colts is quite nice.

However as a local I would agree with rodgerthedodger, this pub is inhabited by men with fancy cars but humble education. The pub itself is quite alright, it just feels as though you are constantly being scrutinised by gumless Cheryl-Cole clones; the kind you would watch scream in your maths teacher's face and then see sweeping your hairdresses floor six months later. Other interesting stereotypes to be spotted of include: the 18- year old wideboy with a coat, and the 35-year old thug with an attention seeking laugh.

If you mixed a sandwich bar with a copy of Heat magazine and then gave the owner a license to serve alcohol then this is the place he'd find himself lumbered with. A perfect example of how celebrity has altered Buckhurst Hill's perspective of reality.

anonymous - 30 Nov 2008 13:49
What a horrible place. Chav City No ale just strong fighting beers and surprise surprise today I read that Jade Goody goes there and geuess what? According to all the papers she had a punch up in there! Says it all really? Or was this a cynical ploy for publicity? Judge for yourself
offthewagon07 - 25 Mar 2008 19:33
Now known as the Player's Lounge. No real ale, but they did have Hoegaarden (3/pint). Friendly and helpful service (a bit of a surprise, that, given the appearance of the place).
Kake - 18 Mar 2008 13:08

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