Flan O'Briens, Bath - pub details
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bamberg1 - 14 Nov 2011 10:50
|Was passing through Bath on Friday 17th Dec on my way to Trowbridge and decided to check out a couple of pubs in the city where I lived for 8 years.|
For some reason I stumbled upon this place first and only went in because it was empty, which at 5pm on a Friday is worrying!.
It always used to be very busy in here most evenings when I lived in Bath so I was shocked to find only a handful of other punters here. The interior has been given a lick of paint and the high tables replaced with barrels on which to place your drinks, so now it resembles an O'Neills Irish bar more than it did in the past!
Only one person serving behind the bar who I assume is the new manager/owner. It used to be run by an Irish guy who wore glasses and who also owned the Green park Tavern on Lower Bristol Road. (Is he still about?)
Anyway, I paid £3.00 for a pint of Abbey Ales Bellringer. Okay, I know this is an Irish pub in Bath, but come on - Bellringer is brewed less than a mile up the road so why the need to charge that much I don't know.
I'd hate to think how much of Guinness or lager costs here!!
mattbeer - 25 Dec 2010 15:19
|Went to a few pubs when i visited Bath recently, this one was my favourite - very good location and they have a decent selection- If i lived in Bath this'd be my local |
sir_adam_of_downham - 17 Jun 2010 23:23
|Great pub. Bit pricey but that keeps all the hobos out. Always a good atmosphere, and a superb pint of Guinness. Closest thing to an Irish Pub outside the Emerald Isle. |
80s_Casual - 16 Mar 2009 20:31
|The only thing irish about this place is the name- not particularly nice like many pubs in Bath.|
hammers101 - 2 Feb 2009 19:08
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