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The Grey Friar, Preston - pub details

Grey Friar
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Address: Unit A, 144 Friargate, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2EJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10447) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Preston (0.4 miles), Lostock Hall (2.9 miles), Bamber Bridge (3 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 30 users)
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user reviews of the Grey Friar, Preston

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Modern cavernous 'spoons situated in a prominant location on the junction of Friargate and the A59.

It’s 10.30pm when I enter and it's pretty empty, though to be honest the pub is huge. On the bar are 10 hand pumps, not a great choice with most of them being the ‘spoons national brands, though I do spot Acorn’s Old Moor Porter @ 4.4%, I use my camra voucher and this of course make the ale taste much better.

Another pub with older punters, quick and friendly service and has a nice atmosphere.

It’s worth a tick but it's a regular 'spoons so don’t be disappointed.
lezford - 1 Sep 2015 13:42
Very busy early evening on St. Patrick's day - the Wetherspoon beer festival had started and I enjoyed a pint of Bateman's Lincolnshire Red; at £1.70 after the 50P voucher deduction it was a real bargain as well if not particularly distinguished..
Stamfordian - 18 Mar 2015 14:15
Remains one of the best value pubs in Preston. An ever changing range of guest ales and deals on wines, spirits and cocktails. A good range of excellent food including early breakfasts. Sometimes difficult to get served (ironically at quiet times) due to lack of staff. Watch out for beer and cider festivals when you can sample three different brews for the price of a pint. Use this place as a jumping off point for the many great pubs on Friargate and you may well end up returning or even staying!
reverenddavid - 3 Jan 2015 20:05
Cavernous JDW pub. Friendly and efficient service and well-kept cask ale. Worth a visit in this well-pubbed area of Preston. 7/10.
wobblybob - 5 May 2014 14:58
Close to the town center and busy any time of day. Excellent value, particularly the food which is very good and special deals include a free drink. Because of this the pub can occasionally attract some 'dodgy' clientele. However, its a very spacious venue and you can almost always find a quiet, comfortable corner and avoid the 'lively' element. I often take my family here and would recommend it to others.
reverenddavid - 25 Aug 2012 14:55

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