Churchills, Chatham - pub details
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|CHURCHILLS IS REOPEN AND UNDER NEW MANAGMENT NEW PHONE NO IS 01634 813114|
mac1062695 - 21 Jan 2014 13:40
|Now very sadly closed. Absolutely no point going into Chatham for anything at all now.|
flippincrikeys - 9 Mar 2012 13:24
|Totally deserted during the day and full of bouncers at the weekend not for the faint hearted|
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 17:04
|A decent pub with a couple of problems but worth looking up.|
The owners clearly make an effort with the place and there is often good-natured Karaoke nights. The clientele varies wildly - it can be packed or empty at weekends and usually completely deserted during the day. When packed, it is generally pretty ok as they have door staff who seem to do a pretty good job of weeding out the troublemakers.
It is a bit tatty but it is a historic and impressive building so it doesn't detract from the overall feel and atmosphere. Beer is standard and a little expensive but this is generally because there is a small nightclub underneath, which is cramped, very dark and not particulary good in all honesty.
Overall, you could do a lot worse for a night out in Chatham. Not threatening and a good atmosphere at weekends make it a worthwhile visit but the Command House just over the road is much better if you like Karaoke and music in all honesty.
Dunmall - 13 Jan 2009 11:23
|Being situated opposite a bus station and a shopping centre is hardly likely to elevate a pubs exterior, yet Churchills needn't have any worries there. Its rather attractive and indeed, even more so inside. It is however, a pub that needs help - and a lot of it. With Chandeliers, a high ceiling and a working fire place, its all rather nice. The bar itself has an old fashioned set-up and there is a second room with a pool table. There are unfortunately no real ales however and despite the friendliness of the guy behind the bar, it was rather gloomy and quiet. I'm sure being the only patron on my afternoon visit last Friday (4th August) may have had a bearing, but I felt like I was in a library. There is well-positioned plasma screen, but quite frankly, I wasn't in the mood for watching Phil Collins or The Coors. This is a pub that deserves better.|
HTM69 - 10 Apr 2008 18:31
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