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The Junction Inn, St Denys - pub details

Junction Inn
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Address: Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton, Hampshire, SO17 2JZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31775) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thejunction-inn.co.uk

Nearest train stations St Denys (0.2 miles), Bitterne (0.6 miles), Southampton Central (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.1/10 (rated by 25 users)
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A great shame that the previous landlady retired. I''ve been here a few times on a weekday evening since the new management took over and it has lost all it''s spark and verve. Still a good choice of beer on offer but I do so resent giving money to Greene King. Ā£3.80 for two small bottles of diet tonic water was a complete joke and a rip-off of the highest order. More expensive than their over priced beer! I can safely say that I won''t be going back.
topsailjon - 19 Sep 2017 08:58
Hard to believe this is a Greedy King pub. I think the policy is to match each GK pub with a local ale usually including a dark beer (often the wonderful Lamplight Porter). Really nice interior and friendly service. Among Southampton's finest and highly recommended.
baxterfish - 29 Nov 2015 13:06
Cracking pub. Good community pub full of life and character, and welcoming to all. 4 Greene King ales plus 4 changing local ales are on offer. Plus a large range of bottled beers, both Greene King and local. Great value for money meal deals. Great atmosphere and ambiance. The pub has a traditional feel, with original etched windows indicating the original rooms: Public, Bottle & Jug, Private, and Saloon. These have now been merged into one long horseshoe shaped space, which is like two large spaces joined by a curving, narrow banana shaped space. A recent fire has allowed the landlord to refurbish in a sympathetic but imaginative manner, keeping partitions and little nooks, but using a lighter wood, to give a cleaner, lighter look. There is a rare bar billiards table, and an excellent beer garden with childrenā€™s play area overlooking the railway line. There is much to like here. And almost next door is the South Western Arms with 10 casks on offer. Considered together these two make one of the best beer destinations in Southampton, second only to the Platform Tavern (which is a brewpub).
SilkTork - 27 Mar 2015 17:58
My last pub of the day. I have to say that this is probably the best Greene King pub I have ever visited. It was very quiet on Saturday evening, with one guy and his partner playing 60s music in the front bar and a few other people around the corner. The ale selection was good - Greene King IPA, XX Mild & St Edmund's Ale, Yeovil Ruby, Flowerpots Perridge Pale, Itchen Valley The Royal Green Jackets, Wychwood Hobgoblin & Milk Street Funky Monkey. They also had a cider and a perry from JJ's - Sui Cider & Perry-Letic. At 7.5% each, they contrived to finish me off! An 8/10 for me and my pub of the day. Had it have been a bit busier, it might have warranted a 9. Will be back at some point, especially as I enjoyed the nearby South Western Arms on my previous visit.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Apr 2014 19:45
Visited on match day when atmosphere, service and beer quality were all very good; a really good local catering to a mixture of visitors, many eating the cheapish grub. Staff seemed very knowledgable about their real ales.
mtaylor40 - 8 Dec 2013 09:13

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