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Little Fifteen, Wigan - pub details

Address: 17-19 Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire, WN1 1LL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35582) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wigan Wallgate (0.1 miles), Wigan North Western (0.1 miles), Ince (1.1 miles)

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First time visit to Little Fifteen after being told about it at Fifteens of Swinley! Similar style of "clutter" decor with different types of furniture at every turn! As was mentioned only two beers on tap and the "house beer" was pretty average to say the least. One of team had Ice Maiden from Hart of Preston which was better. We did eat here and the food was erved quickly and was prefectly acceptable - looks mlike mtheir Steak and Ale is home made as you get a portion of it rather then one of those "individual" pies. Busy but efficient escpecially as 5 of us were all trying to order food at the same time but paying separately (how an nyoing for the staff is that). Anyway, this bar forms part of a nice little crawl in Wallgate and is worth a look.
mcroyal - 10 Aug 2014 11:33
Owned by a small but growing pub chain, Number Fifteen is a breath of fresh air. Uniquely different and esoteric in their designs, they all have a similar theme, a multitude of seating arrangements, from stools to luxury sofas, scatter cushions, alcoves and quirky fixtures & fittings. Wigan's entry in to the market is a cracker of a pub and is very tasteful, with an "up market " feel about it. The general d�cor & cleanliness was faultless.

It consists of a large main room, with various raised alcoves which continues to the rear of the pub with another large room with more traditional seating.
There are a number of Large TV's positioned at key points throughout the bar, but these are not intrusive. On some (not all) live sports are shown on match/event days.

On the day of my visit the client�le was pretty mixed, from families to the younger crowd, but it also seemed popular with the older amongst us too.

The staff although young, were very friendly and courteous and surprisingly, I didn't have to ask for a "top up" once, obviously well trained!

Real Ale...OK, here's the double edged sword, sadly this is limited to usually two. These often vary from generics, to locally sourced brews. On tap yesterday were; Allgates~Simco & Prospect~Ore-Some, both of which we're quality & in excellent condition. In fact the Allgates~Simco won my "beer of the day"

Last but not least are the toilets. No complaints here either, you could eat off the floor (not that I recommend it!) Spotless, fresh & clean!

In summary, this is my type of pub, somewhere you can find a quiet alcove, a comfy seat and good beer. Currently the best pub in Wigan, just a shame they don't have more real ales on, alas you cant always have everything.
If the local brews are on tap, this is well worth a visit. Recommended.

Les Walker
Pub/Beer critic
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lwalker101 - 19 Jun 2011 14:51

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