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The Weir Bar and Dining Room, Brentford - pub details

Previously called: the White Horse

Weir Bar and Dining Room

Address: 24 Market Place, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8EQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1949) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brentford (0.3 miles), Syon Lane (0.7 miles), Kew Gardens (1.2 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Magpie and Crown, Brentford (0.1 miles), Six Bells, Brentford (0.1 miles), Beehive, Brentford (0.1 miles), Brewery Tap, Brentford (0.2 miles), O'Briens, Brentford (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Second pub of a seven pub crawl of Brentford after starting at the Magpie & Crown, was the Weir. It's a fairly upmarket place that enjoys a lovely location. Two handpulls looked promising. But, the Landlord clip was turned and it was soon revealed that the London Pride was off too. So, the selection was Amstel, Punk IPA, Aspall's, Curious Brew, Guinness, Pilsner Urquell, Camdel Hells & Hophouse Lager. There was a large and noisy party in one area, with a few other drinkers scattered around. The pub has a large garden. The most disappointing pub of last night's crawl.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Oct 2019 21:40
After a brief visit to the nearby Magpie & Crown, we headed to the Weir Bar & Dining Room. Of 7 pubs we visited in Brentford on a Wednesday night, this was the worst. There were a couple of handpulls. One had London Pride and the other had Landlord with the clip turned round. However, it turned out that the Pride was also off. As such, the selection was Amstel, Punk IPA, Aspall's, Curious Brew, Guinness, Pilsner Urquell, Camden Hells & Hophouse Lager. There was a large and noisy party in one area. There is also a large garden area. But overall this is a disappointing place. Nice location though.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Oct 2019 21:21
Tried to visit but was closed for 2 weeks over Christmas and New year
SGA - 5 Jan 2016 18:35
Well it's alright innit - I mean they have carpets and that, but this site is called 'BEER in the evening'.com not 'sitting down with my embarrassing yuppie boyfriend and braying loudly like an excited donkey over a bottle of supermarket grade piny gringo while another little piece of old Brentford dies'.com. There are some beers and the Belgian selection tasted fine to me, but the priority here is expensive pretentious cookery served on stripped pine furniture and wolfed down on the trendy huge plates by the whole Guardian reading goatee wearing sandal and shorts brigade. Nothing against them personally, even if they do push those enormous child buggies all the way down Chiswick High Road, mowing people down in their search for a pavement cafe where their insipid progeny can enjoy a skinny decaff soy milk latte frappucino and a trip to Baby Gap. No really nothing against them, them and their towering canal side homes each worth the price of a small hospital ward, polluting the view like a row of medieval castles. Absolutely nothing. It's just that I like beer and in the Weir, for all its cosy walled garden and views over the canal, isn't about friendly welcomes, amusing locals and decent pints of fine froth British beer. It's about those people and their baggy shorts and their thick black glasses and their spiky hair chatting on their phones. Nothing against them though as I mentioned before.
agnes_guano - 20 Feb 2008 14:16
great pub
jeweller.john - 4 Nov 2007 16:28

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