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Buffalo's Head Ale House, Gravesend - pub details

Address: 59 High Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0BQ [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Gravesend (0.3 miles), Tilbury Town (1.5 miles), East Tilbury (1.6 miles)

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Now a modern bar called "Bar Fifty 9." Why has Bertrand apparently copied Lee's review for this pub and spooged it in two other places as well?
rainlight - 7 Aug 2015 16:57

Visited this tiny Pub last Saturday evening. I had seen it many times in the day and its name combined with some unusual architecture made me want to visit.
It seems as if its a Pub that is not sure where it wants to be. It has a very nice oldy worldy feel to it yet it trys to emulate the latest flashin, singin creations that are found everywhere.
Anyhow I was at least expeting a decent pint and was very disappointed with the lack of real beer so much so that I settled for the gassed and chilled Stella which plesant enough is no comparison to a real ale Pub. The service was friendly enough yet I felt so out of place that I left after the 1 pint and decide that it probably makes for a better day time Pub than the evening one.

To be fair, although I'm not quite my � century - yet! I think that it's appeal lies to the younger lager drinkin clientelle.
bertrand - 24 Jun 2015 22:03
Visited this tiny Pub last Saturday evening. I had seen it many times in the day and its name combined with some unusual architecture made me want to visit.
It seems as if its a Pub that is not sure where it wants to be. It has a very nice oldy worldy feel to it yet it trys to emulate the latest flashin, singin creations that are found everywhere.
Anyhow I was at least expeting a decent pint and was very disappointed with the lack of real beer so much so that I settled for the gassed and chilled Stella which plesant enough is no comparison to a real ale Pub. The service was friendly enough yet I felt so out of place that I left after the 1 pint and decide that it probably makes for a better day time Pub than the evening one.

To be fair, although I'm not quite my century - yet! I think that it's appeal lies to the younger lager drinkin clientelle.

Lee - 31 Aug 2004 20:35

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