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The Old Post Office, Stevenage - pub details

Address: Unit 2, The Plaza, Town Square, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 1BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34904) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stevenage (0.3 miles), Knebworth (2.7 miles), Hitchin (4.7 miles)

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This is the pub where people go when they have been barred from
the WSP next door.
Leftinthepub44 - 14 Oct 2015 17:20
Rather scruffy modernised pub in the shopping centre. There was a noisy crowd at the two pool tables, but otherwise this place was quiet on a Saturday night. Two real ales were on offer, of which one was from the Wychwood brewery and the other was GK IPA. I suspect the real ale drinkers will go to the superior Standard Bearer next door. The two barmaids were friendly, but the pub was let down by its lack of cleanliness. This is a pub where a broom and cloth would be inadequate - you'd need a high-pressure hose and a mop.
Number11 - 15 Mar 2015 18:28
Cheap drinks, cheep food, decent place. Gets busy as the evening goes on, atmosphere quiet and relaxed earlier on, then music goes up and lights go down. Good night out.
bigpresh - 2 Sep 2011 21:02
Wandered in here 730ish last night, whilst waiting for a train, and wandered straight out again.
A pitched battle was brewing, I'm not sure what the sides were, but if you weren't stoned or paralytic you were very clearly in the wrong place.
I suppose on the positive side, nobody tried to sell me any drugs, unlike in Wetherspoons right next door!
There was a GK beer on the bar but decided it really wasn't worth the hassle!
morrisonale - 26 Aug 2011 15:47
This former Hogshead is operated by Town and City pubco and is right next door to the Wetherspoons and I made the mistake of thinking that this was just another bar area of the 'spoons.There are six handpumps ,offering four unexciting ales on my trip Courage Best,Bomber,GK IPA and Abbott which were at least drinkable.Very dozy bar staff,joshing with regulars and serving them immediately while strangers waited in vain at the bar.One barmaid in particular had perfected the technique of walking around the bar looking in cabinets,shuffling papers,fiddling with the till while studiously avoiding serving an increasing number of frustrated punters .
Food offering very value orientated from a standard menu.At the rear there is a raised area with two pool tables but the mixture of high tables,dining tables and sofas give this place a very generic ,plastic bar feel.Alcohol pricing a little higher than 'spoons but the clientele is similarly intoxicated.Not very inviting.
Bucking_Fastard - 28 Jan 2010 10:15

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