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The Greenbank, Easton - pub details


Address: 57 Bellvue Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 6DP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42234) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stapleton Road (0.1 miles), Lawrence Hill (0.7 miles), Montpelier (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Greenbank, Easton

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An excellent pub. Good selection of beer and cider. A nice little beer garden and reasonably priced food (I haven't eten there but what i saw looked good).
It seemed a very friendly place, and rather more women than I'd normally expect. That may be down to the food? Anyway, I'm sure it contributed to the civilised atmosphere.
MrBlue - 12 Nov 2015 15:58
This has reopened, sometime in 2014 by all accounts (or Trip Advisor more precisely).
I will check it out shortly.
MrBlue - 9 Jul 2015 15:20
Currently Closed :(
fat_beer_badger - 8 Apr 2012 13:45
A large, single-room street corner pub that looks to have been recently refurbished, or perhaps even converted from something else as it was not previously listed here as a pub. Music features heavily with a large band area at the rear of the pub and a board advertising forthcoming acts.

Much of the wall is exposed brick which gives an industrial sort of feel to the place, although there is some decent wood strip flooring and some unusual pieces of art hung on the walls. There is a large central bar area which sports a large coffee machine in addition to the usual range of alcoholic beverages. Most of the seating is long wooden benches with kitchen style light wooden chairs along with some high stools around the bar. One corner had a few leather sofas along with a low glass table and a table football game. A plasma on the wall was showing the tennis, but the volume was off. Apparently there is table tennis available upstairs, which is an unusual activity for a pub. Barmaid seemed friendly enough, as did the punters around the bar.

Beers on tap were Gem, London Pride and Butcombe. There was also a pump for BBF Sunrise, although this speared to have run out. Ciders were Thatcherís Gold and Aspallís Suffolk.
Blackthorn - 25 Jun 2011 11:17

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