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Number 22 Alehouse and Canteen, Darlington - pub details

Number 22 Alehouse and Canteen

Address: 22 Conniscliffe Road, Darlington, County Durham, DL3 7RG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7219) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Darlington (0.6 miles), North Road (1.1 miles), Dinsdale (4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 39 users)
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user reviews of Number 22 Alehouse and Canteen, Darlington

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A beer lovers paradise. Excellent range of beers across the spectrum from pale ales to stout. All that we tried were in top order. Highly recommended and around 10 minutes walk of the main station.
Steamer1 - 9 May 2017 17:15
We have been visiting No 22 for many years usually on a lunchtime but never seem to have posted a review. I have always found the beers to be good with a range from light to dark and including Village Brewer beers. On the last visit there was an excellent Porter from Allendale. The pub mow has its own very micro brewery as well as distilling its own gin & vodka. The lunchtime food is limited but good value for money. I did visit I think over the Christmas period last year when it was very busy but cant comment on evenings. Definitely worth a visit if you are in Darlington.
Rocky53 - 1 Dec 2015 16:39
Recent weekend visit proved to be rather disappointing - ale was ok - not the best i've had in darlington - punters in there frankly unbearable and atmosphere really quite offputting - seemed that the place was run by a cadre of civil servant regulars - only amusing thing was the rather inept member of bar staff trying to get the drinks order right!

Shame really - on paper this could and should be a cracking place - in reality I've had better - if you lived in a real ale desert you could be forgiven for thinking this place is the puppies privates. In this area it's just a dogs dinner.
projectedmayhem - 13 Sep 2012 10:22
Nothing really special apart from the two little booth type bits by the front windows. Ale was okay as opposed to good (Collingham Artisan - which was just about drinkable). It is dog and child freindly to the extent of letting them i to the kitchen area though as I wans't eating there it didn't bother me so much.
Snarling_Mallard - 22 Jul 2012 11:48
I really like this pub but after my last visit my view of it has become tarnished.
While visiting with my partner and another couple of friends we managed to get a seat at the front of the pub on a busy saturday evening.
We got chatting to another group of people on the next table who turned out to be regulars.
Stuck to the table was a hand written not saying reserved from 7.30
Sure enough when 7.30 came round a member of staff proceeded to move this party on in order to let some other people in.
We all found this to be unusual and very unfair and let the member of staff know in no uncertain terms.
He told us that these people who had just turned up were regulars who had complained that they could never get a seat when they come in.
Needless to say the other people left and no doubt wont return in a hurry.
I do hope the management dont make a habit of this and turn the pub into a stuck up establishment which would be a shame.....
daverich - 2 Feb 2012 16:16

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