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O'Donoghues, Wakefield - pub details


Address: 60 George Street, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 1DL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31741) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wakefield Westgate (0.2 miles), Wakefield Kirkgate (0.6 miles), Sandal & Agbrigg (1.5 miles)

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No longer Ods, Back to its original name BULL and FAIRHOUSE. Some changes have occurred, toiulets moved to rear to create another front room.
Compliments to the new owners Great Heck, the beer is always superbly kept. Always an interesting selection from the micros, but I tend to stick with the hoppy Great Heck Golden Bull, at 2.20 it's the best session pint anywhere
brisk - 2 Jan 2012 13:22
6 handpulled beers tonight, 4 from Great Heck plus a Mallinsons and HQ1. A bit unbalanced on selection with 5 of them being pale, quality fine.
oftenscore6 - 26 Mar 2011 00:39
Excellent back street pub with a good choice of real ales (there's always one from East Coast Brewery in Filey). Well worth seeking out.
arihall - 13 Dec 2009 17:26
Fantastic place. Just been there for their beer festival. Loads of unusual beers on all in good condition. Staff were very friendly. Pie & Mushy peas for 1. Couldn't ask for more. I'll be back!
zipdiskdude - 9 Nov 2009 13:24
Having been told beforehand that this was a 'rock pub' I was a little dubious about visiting but my source had recommended it so gave it a go. Was pleased I did, there were a fair selection of unusual beers from independent breweries (5 in total, including East Coast ex of Fernandes I believe) which were cheap and tasted good. Live music was advertised for the weekends though there was a complete lack of customers at 6:30pm on a weekday night just me and the boy aleandhearty. The interior of the pub was fairly unremarkable though not unpleasant. The landlady was friendly and I could have happily stayed for a couple had I not had other places to go. Worthwhile for a beer visit when the music's on but really needs to advertise itself and get customers in for other times.
Quinno - 3 Aug 2009 20:33

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