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Morning Star, Lincoln

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A kind of mid terrace local town pub that was once a part of British culture but is now quite rare. Ale was okay rather than good though.
Snarling_Mallard - 4 Sep 2018 22:38
I was in this pub yesterday,friendly staff and a good pint of Timothy Taylors.
halffull - 28 May 2017 08:36
I was in here last Saturday just after 11.30am and 6 others were present.
This is a nice little back street boozer which I am visiting due to their place in the GBG 2017.
There is a stone floor with wooden furniture with soft seating.
A large plasma screen is switched off.
At the rear there is a small snug type room also with a TV which is off.
They have 6 hand pulls for Doom Bore, Wells Bombardier and Golden Cauldron.
Ruddles Best, Timothy Taylor Golden Best and Pleasantry Dancing Dragonfly.
I had a pint of the latter which was very nice and cost £3.60.
bjbrummiejohn - 4 Nov 2016 12:55
Yes there are locals here who are curious about "strangers" but what the hell! Their entry in the GBG will bring about many visitors I'm sure that would not normally find the place. The beer was good and a reasonable range without being a beer exhibition - you can find that elsewhere anyway. What we have is a fine local serving good beer and good value food. What excelled for me however was the young lady behind the bar - suddenly descended upon by 7 blokes she dealt with all the beers quickly and efficiently, then 7 meals and another round of drinks - all with a cheerful, friendly attitude and a lovely smile on her face. An absolute credit to what customer service should be all about! Well done!
JBGatelad - 24 Oct 2012 09:52
I want to like this pub. I really want to like this pub, but it's just too cliquey. As a previous reviewer has remarked...prepare to be watched.
kitconway - 30 Aug 2012 15:02
Traditional locals pub at the top of the hill in Lincoln. Beers weren't particularly inspiring in comparison to other Lincoln pubs - Wychwood Ginger Beard, Bass, Timothy Taylor Golden Best, Caledonian Deuchars IPA, Ruddles Best & Wells Bombardier - but at least they had a few to choose from.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jul 2012 18:40
They dont like it if your not known to them ready to be watched
cleanmarc - 26 Dec 2010 06:57
Truly traditional, multi-roomed pub, with small front and rear lounges around a central bar, with a corridor linking them down the side of the bar. These lounges were very traditionally furnished and had that living room feel, in a good way. Tiled floor in parts and a real fire add to the charm. The beer range was mostly from the nationals- Bombardier, Black Sheep and one that passes me by- but Bombardier was very good. This is one to head to for the traditional pub fan, and indeed for anyone in the area. Close to the Cathedral and main tourist area.
Carlurmston - 4 Jul 2010 17:53
Lovely back street pub with a real fire and tiled floor. Always call in here when I'm in the area. Though the beer choice is pedestrian it's well kept.
chick - 25 Dec 2009 10:24
Great little pub. Live music sometimes from the fantastic DEAD END STREET!
gurgler - 14 Jun 2008 16:11
An old mans drinking pub. ok if your over 75 i suppose
anonymous - 12 Aug 2005 19:50
A great boozer for us ol gits, complete with piano for sing songs - real proper sing songs - ave age 75 and lively still.
Has a stones and gravel outdoor area which is good for a warm night. Good range of nice real ales and a cosy cosy feel. Like it.
TipTopTommy - 29 Jun 2004 23:51
A cosy little pub that ties into a top of lincoln pub crawl well being metres from The Bull & Chain and The Peacock
Juve - 13 Aug 2003 12:42

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