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The Richmond, Liverpool - pub details


Address: 32 Williamson Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1EB [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Liverpool Central (0.2 miles), Moorfields (0.3 miles), James Street (0.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.6/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Tried visiting here today at opening time (10am). The lights were on and there was a guy behind the bar with headphones on. We tried getting his attention, to no avail. After 5 minutes, we gave up and moved on elsewhere, as we had a train to catch. It seems opening times are unreliable here.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Oct 2019 20:18
A thinish roomed pub with a J shaped bar. On the bar the ales were George Wright Pipe dream- 2.80 a pint and pretty decent, George Wright Longboat, Bass and Doom Bar. BArman seemed alright in here but seemed to be trying to be mates with a couple lads who were intrigued by the horse racing. Memorabilia in here included Bass branded mirrors, a full load of clips from Robinsons in a frame and large bottles and glasses on a perch above the bar and one of the seating areas. You can tell how small this place knows it is as they have beer mats on the window ledges. I also got the feeling that this place is like a church cafe, with the barmaid helping out some of the old local lads by getting their drinks and helping them out, not a bad thing just an interesting observation. This pub is good if you want to people watch the people of Liverpool on their shopping trips and I expect it would be good on a summer day as it has a decent outdoor seating area.
Wezzielad - 5 Feb 2017 10:32
First time in here for a few years on Saturday. Little has changed. The pub looks quite large from the outside. But inside it is actually quite small, with a narrow drinking area. As with my previous visit, most of the regulars are a mature lot. The beer range looked good - Bass, Purple Moose Glaslyn Ale, Burscough Mere Gold & Flat Rib Mild & George Wright Citra. I'm not sure how quickly the beers rotate. A quick glance around revealed most people on lagers. Our milds were off. Credit to the barmaid who did offer to exchange them. But there wasn't anything else we fancied.
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2013 15:37
Very small one room bar. It was full on Saturday night.Miserable barmaid .Fair choice of national brewery ales .Too crowded to really enjoy.
covman45 - 28 Oct 2012 12:38
Popped in here the other day and had a pint of Bass, which wasn't that bad. The barman was professional, not a great raconteur. Place quite full, some punters rather worse for wear and noisy. When it's full, which is almost always as it's so small, I have to agree with previous comments that the locals can be a bit off-putting. But that's life. The White Lion, The Bee-Hive, The Carnavon and others are a stone's throw away. So there you are.
shouldersarms - 29 Jun 2011 16:18

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