Slater's, Liverpool - pub details
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|There used to be a sign in the entrance to this place that said:|
"No children or food to be consumed on these premises".
mattbeer - 27 Sep 2009 14:46
|Rough, long, thin, bar in the nightlife centre of Liverpool around Fleet St, Wood St, Slater St and Bold St. Dodgy punters and dodgier staff. French doors and a mini-veranda front onto Slater St, the main door is up a couple of stairs. Inside the walls are painted brick and stone work and the ceiling is of tongue and groove boards with some posters. The bar counter is at the back selling a fairly ordinary range of UK kegs including Murphy’s which is getting rarer these days. Screens and machines and lots of CCTV cameras, euphemistically this is an interesting bar but by no means could it be called a pub. It bills itself as the “College of Knowledge” - gawd knows why.|
oldboots - 5 Sep 2009 13:09