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O'Neills, Bristol - pub details

Address: 18A Baldwin Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 1SE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9922) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bristol Temple Meads (0.7 miles), Clifton Down (1.1 miles), Redland (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Food and beer ok. Got to recommend it for the prices. Will be back.
Scoops - 14 Jul 2013 22:52
Now known as Molloys and not noticeably Irish. Probably is unfair to review a bar on a Friday just before Christmas as it was hardly a typical evening.
The place was heaving. Served a quite disgusting pint of supposedly Caffreys at first. Stella was Ok. Had a bit of a dance to get into the Christmas party vibe
fiveleaves41 - 17 Dec 2011 20:02
A fairly typical ONeils no doubt, situated just off the centre. Lots of wood around the place and fake Irish stuff about, like a sign saying Fresh Irish Sourdough Bread sold here. What??

It was fairly quiet on a recent Monday evening, with most of the punters that were in there being left over from the quiz that had been running. I actually found the service to be fine, but then it was quiet and I assume it was probably the manager who served me, he looked a bit more sensible and wasnt dressed in the identical black t-shirts that all the other young staff were wearing. No doubt its different on a busy Friday or Saturday, when they also have live music apparently.

There was a fairly uninspiring menu consisting primarily of steaks, burgers, sandwiches, etc. with lots of notes about how proud they are of their Irish ingredients. Prices looked reasonable with most of the mains around the 5/6 mark, but we didnt try it so cant comment on the quality.

No real ales on unfortunately, unless you count Smithwicks Irish Ale, whatever that it. Four ciders on tap, but all broadly similar Magners (of course), Bulmers, Gaymers and Blackthorn. Why go to the trouble of stocking four ciders, but not offer any variety?
Blackthorn - 13 Apr 2010 09:40
another so called cite senta irish pub , and about authentically irish as roast beef ,and yorkshire pud . prices ok , smithwicks not bad , but wouldn't visit again .
beatles38 - 22 Aug 2009 10:54
i went into this "pub" last saturday and still cant believe how i was served. it was a busy night but on ordering a vodka and coke the bar man picked the ice out of the bucket with his hand, when i complained and said i wanted a fresh drink he got really pissie and slammed the new drink infront of me. he also said to another barmaid that if anyone wanted a vodka and coke use this one. i dont know why i keep going back there, if any one can think of anywhere a forty something bloke can have a late drink on a saturday with out lots of screaming kids about please let me know
thebighairyone - 23 May 2009 10:16

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