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The Foresters Arms, Stony Stratford - pub details

Address: 3 Wolverton Road, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK11 1DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31442) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wolverton (1.9 miles), Milton Keynes Central (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Foresters Arms, Stony Stratford

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Recently re-opened pub with late opening hours with heavy handed door staff and aggressive clientele.
E10 - 15 Nov 2013 16:58
From the outside, this looks to be a traditional old boozer at the end of Stonyís traditional High Street. Inside, it seems as though someone started a gastro-pub makeover, but didnít quite finish it. Theyíve painted the walls in the obligatory shades of brown and cream, and thereís plenty of pine wood around the bar, and a curious pine counter in one corner with a refrigerated display unit on top full of bottles of water. Seating is round tables and leather armchairs.

Other than that itís rather more basic, with rough wooden boards on the floor and a few stools around the bar, where the only punters were gathered. The menu is decidedly un-gastropub like and besides a selection of burgers and an all day breakfast served until 7:00pm offered such delights as a chip bap and a fish finger sandwich. But I guess with most of the mains being around the £3 - £4 mark, you canít expect too much.

There are a couple of tables out at the front, and a plasma up on the wall, although this was just playing a radio station. A large blackboard advertised a forthcoming quiz night. Unfortunately there were no real ales on tap, and even worse, the only cider was Strongbow. Against my better judgment I was coaxed in to having a pint of this as it was on offer at £2.75, compared to £2.10 for a half. I overheard the barman discussing with the locals what could be done to attract more customers in, and he came up with a fancy cocktail bar in the corner with some jazzy lights on it. Errr...., how about selling some beer? You are a pub, arenít you?
Blackthorn - 21 Dec 2011 21:34
The new owners totally refurbished the pub in May 2006 and as a result made a massive improvement.

This is now a quality place to drink. They are the only pub in town to close at 1 a.m at the weekends and they create a fantastic party atmosphere.

During the week it's a good place to chill and have a few beers. There's a good range, including San Miguel on tap.

Finally, they've recently made it over 21's only so you get a mature environment in which to drink.
andrew oliver - 23 Jan 2007 15:05

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