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Blue Room, East Molesey

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Think this place will soon be reopened as "STAFFS". Lots of work going on and opening soon. Good to have another option in east molesey.
pompeyron - 25 Jul 2012 15:01
Recently closed its doors had some good times in there it was a buzzing place hopefully someone will buy it and make it good again.
cheekypigeon - 10 Feb 2007 17:40
Undoubtably the most vibrant pub in Molesey.

Largely targeted at the 20-45 bracket I'd say, although there are older regulars, it's not about age, it's about attitude.

Chilled people who like good music, good atmosphere and good company will love it. The real ale brigade will definitely balk at it.

StevieCl - 8 Aug 2006 19:57
My favourite place in Molesey for a night out - The Prince of Wales comes very close but you have to walk a bit further for that! Great DJ's & live singers. Very friendly bar staff & management, I've heard it's up for sale which is a shame as I like it how it is, although DJ Teaser should do more nights like he used to, they were the best!
anonymous - 29 Jun 2006 15:06
I live within 30 seconds walk of this pub and it's not really a proper pub. They cater for the leather-sofa type of people rather than than the ale drinkers. Grolsh on tap says it all. The music is ok and this is probably the liveliest venue in Molesey for the under 30s (not being ageist just saying what I see).

Don't get me wrong there is nothing wrong with this place but if you want a "sit down and drink" pub which is a bit quieter then try The Poyntz (opposite) or The Bell.
anonymous - 13 Mar 2006 14:10
Scratch featuring Jane performing live on Thursday 29th December - if you like Virgin Radio, you'll love this.
ladyjaneg - 22 Dec 2005 22:42
I agree with "Anon's" comments. Especially about Stephen Tanner, he really should not be missed. However, "Anon" must be in a time warp. He is appearing on Thursday 01/12/05 !!
gigman - 29 Nov 2005 15:39
This place is fab - a really great atmosphere on a week night. The perfect place to chill after a day at work.

And what's more, there's a young singer/songwriter called Stephen Tanner playing there this Thursday (29th Nov) who's well worth seeing! It's just him, his guitar and an amazing voice.
anonymous - 29 Nov 2005 14:32
Yeah its definately something different for the local molesey residents. Music can get too loud for such a small area and the smoke can get more like physical wall! Grolsch on tap! best to sit outside sunday afternoon supping a pint of grolsch before music revelries start up. Some dodgy customers.
anonymous - 19 Oct 2005 15:08
DJCARLP - 6 Oct 2005 11:43
One of more lively places in Molesey. Popular with the local middle-class youngsters. Not a place for quiet pint. Horses for courses.
Poyntz is across the road and The Bell is 2 minutes walk away.
anonymous - 29 Sep 2005 13:27

For a night of classsic and funky house get your self down to th Blue room on...


This night will be rammed so come early...!!! see ya there
DJCARLP - 28 Jul 2005 10:03
I like this place. You can rent it out too which is great. The music is good and there can be a good atmosphere in there.
amumd - 10 Feb 2005 15:24
really lovely bar with a friendly atmosphere. visited on a thursday night and the music was great, some great club classics and the DJ Vince Marsh kicked arse with some serious scratching and seriously good mixing. It took me back to my hey day. the barmans pretty cute aswell!!!
kerry - 13 Apr 2004 20:11
it's just not The Blue Room without him!!!!
and as for "out of the blue" dont even start me on that one!!!!
and music all the best dj have gone
jon - 14 Feb 2004 17:18
Probably ok for the under 25s, but not really a place for a beer with a few mates.
Trendy if you like that sort of thing. Good parking and a pizza restaurant nearby.
anonymous - 5 Jan 2004 17:53
Genuinely chilled out drinking hole, check it out on a Sunday when DJs are playing a healthy mixture of good music.
Gareth - 27 Nov 2003 16:44
Not bad at all. But anyone who thinks that Molesey is a London suburb should just f*** off
James - 14 Nov 2003 11:24
this place is gem of a bar. an oasis in the middle of an otherwise quiet suburb. select, adult, good food, very chilled out music and a really lovely ambience. arty, creative and a far cry from some of the derogatory remarks below. this is a place for intelligent mixed ages. the music playing was very relaxing and we didnt want to leave at the end of the night. we tried the tapas which were amazing value for the money. all i can say is the people behind this place must give it a lot of love. highly recommended. we have told all our friends!
chris banks - 25 Jul 2003 18:38
fab place to be and the best place for miles about!!!
bex - [email protected] - 15 Jul 2003 18:10
The Blue Room has gone through a couple of manifestations since I moved into the area, but has settled now into a friendly, welcoming, very chilled out place to wind down or heat up your evening, depending on the day of the week. They have an eclectic (in the good sense of the word) music policy, leaning towards funk (60s-70s Detroit as well as a more recent roster), some house, more afro/latin and jazzfunkier stuff, and the resident DJs and guests have a good ear/eye for the mood of the audience and rarely if ever put a foot wrong. Rumour has it Deep Funk Legend(TM) Keb Darge kicks off a monthly Friday residency in July, expect to find me there. Beer is COOOOOLD, for a non-specialist the wine is good and the staff take care to keep the service quick and accurate. Comfy leather sofas, original artwork on the walls and an 'organic' approach to decorating (there's been a new chair, table, picture added to the mix almost every time I've been in) make it a regular haunt of this reviewer. Like me, once in, you'll find yourself ready to sign a petition to extend the opening hours and offer some nibbles. Maybe I'll start one.

Mel - 25 Jun 2003 14:41
a stylish, well designed drinking emporium, the owners have their hearts in the right place, seeking to create a friendly, chilled out atmosphere . however, I have doubts as to whether the best way of achieving this is to fill it with e'd up ageing hippies. That sort of behaviour may have been acceptable 15 years ago on remote farms, when they still had their own teeth and hair, but attempting to relive the early 90's in the middle of an affluent london suburb smacks of denial and try-hardness. Get a haircut, you god damn tree hugging, gurning hippies.
annemustdie - 3 Jun 2003 17:41
Trendy style, lounge bar. Pretty nice, good pictures on the wall. There seemed to be someone's party going on when we went there, so that and the pumping bass meant we didn't stay long. One for the youngsters I reckon ;)
ElDickster - 5 Mar 2003 11:44

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