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O'Neill's, Cardiff - pub details

Address: 20-21 Trinity Street, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF10 1BH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4618) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cardiff Central (0.4 miles), Cardiff Queen Street (0.4 miles), Cathays (0.6 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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This pub recently had a major fire and is at the moment CLOSED.
Andrew_Faber - 21 Jul 2008 17:02
Furthermore to garionallen's comments, I too have experienced trouble at this place. I was with a group of friends on a night out the other week and when we were being served our food, the waitor asked who orded something and i heard the reply. The man at the bar said:
" Over there, next to that negro."

When I asked the man about what he said, I was greeted with foul words and more racial remarks. Some of the words included were
" F**k off u black C**t. Go back to that slave farm in America where you came from." and " Black people are scum."

I would definately not recommend this place to anyone. I was offended and astounded by what the man said
tubeguru - 2 Aug 2006 23:54
also, other members of my family have been having probs there with the staff about other things and would never go there again.
garionallen24 - 15 Jul 2006 20:20
Ok, whatever. My day was ruined anyway
garionallen24 - 15 Jul 2006 20:18
Unfortunately, garionallen, licensing law is not as clear cut as you seem to think.

At the end of the day, any pub licensee is offering an 'invitation to treat'. It is entirely at their own discretion if they wish to exclude under-18s (or under-21s, for that matter).

Most people misunderstand the meaning of the term "public house", also, believing that as members of the public they have a "right" to enter it. They do not. The licensee is opening his/her house to the public but has just as much right to select whom they allow into the house as any householder would.
toffee_exile - 13 Jul 2006 14:47

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