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The Star, Middlesbrough - pub details

Address: 14 Southfield Road, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, TS1 3BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32290) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Middlesbrough (0.7 miles), Marton (2.5 miles), South Bank (2.7 miles)

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General information: Must-visit pubs are few and far between, so when you get the chance to check one out, it makes sense to go. And the Star in Middlesbrough is definitely one of those must-visit pubs. Opposite the University campus, it offers a heady mix of the traditional and the contemporary to a wide range of customers � from students right through to business people holding lunchtime meetings. The food is excellently priced and stretches from tasty salads to standard pub fayre. There are large screens for sky sports. You�ll find no-smoking areas. And there is even wireless internet access. There�s no doubt that all this makes for a lively atmosphere. But there�s one more reason for visiting the Star � the impressive list of cask ales, and extensive selection of wines that all of our pubs are famous for.

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Dickens Inn, Middlesbrough (0.0 miles), House, Middlesbrough (0.1 miles), Southfield, Middlesbrough (0.1 miles), Star and Garter, Middlesbrough (0.1 miles), Camels Hump, Middlesbrough (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Star, Middlesbrough

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At last - a really decent pub in Middlesbrough!! Well worth the walk from the station and well worth finding (head for Teesside University campus). It's owned by Sir John Fitzgerald Ltd who have several pubs in and around Newcastle and who tend to feature locally sourced real ales. This was no exception - Big Lamp and Wylam ales on and in excellent condition. Full of 'Boro supporters but no hassle whatsoever,in fact it is a handy pub for the ground so just follow the home fans when they leave and you will get to the Riverside in good time. TV was on for football but no sound so it wasn't intrusive. Staff were polite prompt and efficient and for a modern bar I thought this was a real winner. Chip butties too!!!!
mcroyal - 27 Feb 2012 13:09
Large pub with modern appearance and good local beer choice; it was busy with Boro supporters at the time, two ales being changed within a short period. All beers sampled were in good condition and the service was quick and friendly. Although strangers, we enjoyed a warm atmosphere and found the place a fine stop for a few beers before the match.
Stamfordian - 7 Jan 2012 13:20
Good beer and handy for the university and town centre. One of the best pubs in Boro.

preferred it befoer the refurb in 2006
Boroontout - 21 Jul 2010 15:58
Good beer, great for sports events one to visit if in Boro
Sandinista - 3 Feb 2010 17:43

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