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Mooz, Christchurch - pub details

Address: 24 Church Street, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1BW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34518) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Christchurch (0.5 miles), Pokesdown (2.4 miles), Hinton Admiral (3.1 miles)

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user reviews of Mooz, Christchurch

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Been closed for a few months now, good bye...
justdarkbeer - 22 Apr 2011 00:09
Now called Remo, a tapas bar. Not a pub so not sure why it's featured here.
PDofA - 14 Jan 2010 17:13
Now mysteriously closed with "new cafe/bar" opening in a couple of weeks, presumably without sport on the tv's.

Where to go in Christchurch now to watch the football?
robdscarter - 4 Nov 2009 17:00
'Oh sorry, not doing food until a quarter past six, suggest you try elsewhere if you're going to a'll take about half an hour to get everything going'. Should have gone to Kelly's and got a salmonella sandwich !!!!
richwhome - 22 Mar 2009 14:52
The burger-bearing offspring of Bar Soho.

Surprisingly for somewhere which is trying to be a Sports Bar"Mooz-We love sport,you love sport"there is only a solitary tap for each of the four draught options,meaning there can be a lengthy wait at the bar when there is a decent game on.The beer prices mimic those of Soho(expensive),there is no Real Ale option,but the burgers are pretty good.

For those without good bladder control,be on your toes a couple of minutes before half/full time.The solitary urinal bowl,tucked in a small doorless alcove just beyond the Ladies',generates a tight corridor full of blokes jiggging from foot to foot as they wait their turn.An interesting design decision as there appears to be seating for 60+ inside alone.

On quieter nights,when the sports options are limited,there is a fair acreage of orangey perma-tan to wonder at and the occasional mwa-mwa of airkisses drifting across the room.

The George need not be unduly concerned at present.

atticus - 1 Jul 2008 18:33

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