The Shoulder Of Mutton, Bradwell - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6198) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (Sunday), Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (1)
- Food served
- Dogs allowed
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White Hart, Bradwell (0.1 miles), Ye Olde Bowling Green Inn, Bradwell (0.4 miles), Travellers Rest, Bradwell (1.0 miles), Old Hall Inn, Hope (1.5 miles), Poachers Arms, Hope (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Now under new management and seems to be getting along nicely. Food is now being served and rooms are available for B&B. Much nicer and cozier atmosphere now that Lynne is in charge and the place is looking more loved. Worth a try.|
derbarmpot - 26 Dec 2011 16:56
|Sorry to hear that Christine and Alf will be leaving us soon - retiring so they say, but we're not too sure what they have tucked away in Bulgaria!!! We wish them all the very best. And as for the future? Will we get a new landlord/landlady who will have a ready supply of umbrellas in stormy weather? Time will tell! 10 out of 10 to Christine and Alf, and all the staff there at the Shoulder!|
derbarmpot - 14 Mar 2009 23:24
|still a damn fine establishment, although the staff seem to have gone slightly downhill since my last visit! the landlord and landlady are still on fine form though, as are the beers! watch out for the barmaid from The Buxton 'thoffice - she's got a twinkle in her eye that one!!! can recommend 'tingo bingo' night and also try and get there for the quiz night just before christmas, as the jackpot on the bingo will be worth having a punt at!|
derbarmpot - 18 Oct 2008 15:30
|oh my word! excentric locals they certainly are! but oh so helpful if you need a taxi finding in the middle of the night! the valet parking leaves a lot to be desired, but the atmosphere is warm (christine loves her real fires) and inviting! the real ales are a connoisseurs dream and belive me, the pub is full of them!|
just a mention for the barmaid Jules - wonderful, brilliant, superb!
derbarmpot - 1 Feb 2007 20:38
|This pub has a lovely atmosphere, full of excentric locals, when we went we met a lovely local girl, who was a piece of hot ass, although the experience was ruined by a strange oldish lad who the locals referred to as limpy ....something or other,who serenaded the pub with what can only be described as an alcholics rendition of a dying donkey on kareoke. all in all a Fantastic pub, alf the landlord always has a spare umbrella for when walking home in the rain. |
anonymous - 30 Jan 2007 17:32
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