The Crispin, Newport - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5562) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Outside seating, Children allowed
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other pubs nearby:
Castle Inn, Newport (0.1 miles), George Inn, Newport (0.2 miles), Man in the Moon, Newport (0.2 miles), Wheatsheaf Hotel, Newport (0.2 miles), Prince of Wales, Newport (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I called in on a walk around the town trail, following some pretty enthusiastic reviews from previous punters. However, I certainly wasn't impressed. There were only two real ales on, and the barman seemed to know nothing much about either of them. The "London Pride" I had was certainly nothing to be proud about, and the whole place had a slightly dispirited feel. Having said that, the outdoor drinking area at the back was sunny and pleasant. But I'd much rather do my drinking at the "Castle" a couple of doors down the street, and certainly shan't call in at this place again.|
chapelchap - 20 Sep 2010 19:36
|It has a great exterior. Really impressive. Unfortunately, I wasn't so impressed when I set foot inside with my mate. |
It has alot of open space - I personally prefer the smaller, pokier pubs but that's just me. The barman was friendly. Range of ale (which is why we went in) was limited. The pints of Spitfire we got were pretty rough. Not the greatest. I'll pop in another time. Maybe it was just an off day.
Jonnysaint - 17 Sep 2009 16:11
|WOT A GREAT PUB LOADS OF THINGS GOING ON FOOD GREAT,STAFF FREINDLY AND EVEN THE REGULARS TALK TO YOU,YOU DON,T GET THAT VERY OFTEN WAS THERE FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS LIVE MUSIC EVERY WEEKEND THEY HAVE A POOL TABLE & DART BOARD |
kellaway - 27 May 2009 01:44
|A mixed recent visit May 6th - just a handful of people in on a Saturday night.: The 2 bar staff seemed to be drinking faster than the punters - but all pretty friendly. The Greene King IPA was so-so, but a tolerable Youngs Bitter.|
zorrodp - 15 May 2006 19:47
|I spent a great afternoon here too....lovely paved garden area out the back - very friendly staff - great service. Highly recommend it.|
Emma - 1 Jul 2004 10:49
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