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Reginald Mitchell, Hanley

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Just an average sort of Wetherspoons. Big - on two levels - limited choice of guest ales on my visit. Condition of the pint of Wherry was OK - nothing more. 5/5.
wobblybob - 13 Jun 2014 19:28
No not of Tim Martin's best creations. Usual cheap food and ale but choice of the decent ones (not the standard beers I can get virtually anywhere) was limited and was becoming more limited by the minute with beers running out and not being replaced.
Steamer1 - 17 Aug 2012 18:05
A beer barn even by weatherspoon standards (used to be the meat market many years ago) , not bad during the day but suffers from it's popularity and the bar staff can be overwhelmed.

Usual selection of ale and lager, the ale is served too cold for some tastes but generally OK.

Hanley can be a unpleasant place in the evenings so you need to be aware of your surroundings and people in this as most town centre pubs.
beershot - 30 Dec 2010 16:25
ROB54 - 22 Jun 2010 23:50
Decent enough during the day but can get more than a little rowdy at night.
siddo - 25 May 2010 20:51
I think the previous 2 comments should be sued under the trade description action. Never hear drum and bass being played, they even have live main stream local bands in there now. I noticed recently they were in the sentinal launching a government run scheme called "knockback" where they were selected because of their good reputation and strick ID policy. Considering the size of the place and capacity i have never seen trouble when they have door staff. Job well done by all
ned_kell - 16 Apr 2006 18:58
Now an absolute dive i think the bouncers are there to keep people in.If you must go try the afternoon.
Tippler - 30 Mar 2006 20:52
A fantastic place to visit for the local and visitor alike. Excellent priced, good beer available at all time. Well it is a Weather Spoon's. Great food and very reasonable prices. A wonderful building which has been converted from the old corn exchange. Extremely impressive interior, restored very tastefully. Very experienced and attentive bar staff, means you wont wait long to be served even at the busier times in this popular pun. Has a no-smoking zone as well as no smoking at the bar. No juke box or piped music. A lot of bitters are supplied by the local Titanic Brewery. All fine beers with great names and different strengths. A real mixture of clientele. From the all day dossers, young college types through to old pensioner Potters. The later always being great to talk to and learn a few things.
Clean toilets, that smells just fine. All in all don't miss this one!

wilko99 - 30 Dec 2004 18:17

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