The Wishing Well, Borehamwood - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 546) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music (at the weekend)
other pubs nearby:
Hart & Spool, Borehamwood (0.1 miles), Alfred Arms, Borehamwood (0.2 miles), Wellington, Borehamwood (0.3 miles), Crown, Borehamwood (0.3 miles), Green Dragon, Borehamwood (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Probably the most comfortable pub in Borehamwood, decently furnished with a few television so that everyone can watch their favourite sport channel. |
Standard faux Irish pub with friendly Polish servers and Irish manager.
Little for the real ale drinker, but a frsh pint of Stella!
Old_Todger - 30 Nov 2012 18:40
|Good night in this pub. The music by a girl called Jean-Marie was fantastic. The people were friendly and the guvnor seems to know how to run a good pub letting people have good time without letting it get out of hand.. Yobbo types give this place a miss, you will not find a welcome here but if you are up for a lively evening with some music and dancing this is the place. (well when this singer was on anyway) You can even have a Thai meal before the entertainment starts... It's not a late nighter though...|
SergeantBash - 20 Jan 2011 00:37
|Went in there once with a couple of mates on a saturday for a few pints. Live music was decent, was then launched on by a group of 50 something ladies trying to dance with us. Turned out to be quite a laugh. Serves a decent pint.|
lc_drinker - 15 Feb 2008 18:40
|The Wishing Well chain must go out of their way to ensure all their pubs look the same. This one is a spooky clone of the one I sometimes frequent in Watford. There are the same hanging baskets outside, same furnishings, stained glass, boothed layout, beer offering (no real ale), gaming machines and strangely the same awful smell from the Gents toilets. I almost expected to see the same staff. Decent for sports as they have a number of TVís and probably get their fair share of custom in an area with a dearth of good pubs. |
Millay - 28 Jul 2007 12:41
|Went there on Saturday nite with 3 friends. Cheap drinks and nice atmosphere. The only problem is the 'didddly didddly' band. There is ALWAYS an irish band playing far too loud and I hear the same tunes ever time I frequent!|
Sozzle - 28 Sep 2006 16:41
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