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David's Place, Aldeburgh - pub details

Address: 106-108 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AB [map] [gmap]

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what can one say!!!. This has to be the real local bar in looked good, but the drinkers left a lot to be desired.Drunk up quick and left sharpish
morrismen - 8 Jun 2012 17:54
Typical of Aldeburgh little choice and very expensive, not a lot more to say if people are willing to pay these prices when drinking away from home than so be it.
andyw1260 - 27 Nov 2011 14:34
As a regular of DPs, who the F--k is Mrs Donkers.Sounds like some old bird who has moved to aldeburgh and wants to feel she,s a local.Would love to meet her,only if she,s sober.
fairpinta - 16 Jul 2010 21:28
This weekend to celebrate aldeburgh festival dp's had their own full day of music and what I saw it was great - diverse as you would expect, with irish fiddle de dee music, 15yr old great musician, and jazzy female on an organ. The place in unrecognisable, Mollys food is good - no I don't work for them but its such a great difference and its so much busier now which it well and truly deserves. Still serving different beers due to being a freehouse its different try it
mrsdonkers - 20 Jun 2010 21:53
Well the place is transformed, cleaner, smarter and now has the addition of mollys kitchen - selling local reasonably priced nosh. The clientele are far improved - in daylight hours in anycase, and although the spirit has changed it is really a far nicer place to go to now. They still have an eclectic taste in beers and ciders - which change as the months go by. The toilets which always required bravery and a poor sense of smell have been revamped and though the decor is an orignal taste (black) and the hallway leading reminiscent of entering the womb are clean and far better. The kitchen has been revamped.
mrsdonkers - 30 Oct 2009 14:33

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