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Longs Wine Bar and Bistro / Jazz Cellar, Lymington - pub details

Longs Wine Bar and Bistro / Jazz Cellar
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Address: 99, High St, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9AP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3725) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lymington Town (0.2 miles), Lymington Pier (0.4 miles), Sway (3.7 miles)

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General information:
Opening hours (as of 19-06-2004):
Mon,Wed: 5pm-11pm
Thu,Fri: 5pm-1am
Sat: 3pm-1am
Sun: 6pm-10:30pm

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 11 users)
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RIP Longs 2012 end of a Leged - Yep, that is what it says!! Hardly surprising, late night licence revoked, worst place in town for Police involvement. Claims that the place can only work properly when open 10 pm to 2 am! No real ale, fights, bouncers, loud music. Somebody buy the place and turn it into a Belgian Cellar Bar with proper imported quality craft beers, fruit beers, decent small brewery beers and no mass produced crap please. I still remember superb lunchtime cottage pies washed down with Weedkiller!!
forcam - 20 Feb 2012 23:19
sticky carpets. Enough said.
plumbpudding - 11 Dec 2009 18:53
I used to drink here 10 years ago and loved it then. I am still a customer to this day and still love going down there. Truth is, they had to change the format of the place as the jazz, other live bands and ales were starting to become less and less popular - being a regular you could see the difference from one year to another. It's depressing when there's only 8 people in the entire place watching a band!

Sure, you could go to a big nightclub 20 miles away in Southampton or Bournemouth, spend �4.50 for a drink, then share a �50 taxi ride home but give the staff of Longs some credit - they are very dedicated and give their all to make sure people who make the effort to come down have a good, fun and safe night. My friends and I love the DJ on Saturday nights :)
ickle80 - 28 Oct 2008 13:42
Detritus. This place has gone right down the pan. Ten years ago it used to be a nice little venue. Some decent ales, jazz on a Wednesday and Sunday. A range of people turning up. Nowadays its just the kids. Kids euro fizz booze, no space, cramped - well it is on a saturday. Good maybe if you want to dance to the sounds of Chaka Demus and Pliers, rubbish for a proper drink and chat with your pals. Best off going to a night club for this sort of caper - not trying to squeeze a night club into a boozer. Bloody daft.
Jonnysaint - 13 Oct 2008 10:27
When all the Penno Scum leave the Sportsman they end up down here and lower the tone. Other than that, not a bad place. Beer is not exactly what the place thrives on. The music is great, the venue is fine, the eye candy is worth the hastle, especially during the summer when the Yotty Totty is in town
anonymous - 11 Aug 2007 22:24

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