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Ye Cracke, Liverpool

We must have gone there on an off day because the woman behind the bar looked at us as if we were shite and never bothered to come back and serve us, so we had to leave. Perhaps I reminded her of her ex-husband or summat. Well it'll save me nearly breaking my bl**dy neck walking down the horrible cobbly street again.

28 Apr 2014 20:32

The Roscoe Head, Liverpool

On our first visit over Easter, we entered the Roscoe Head expecting it to be chocker but we were pleased to find plenty of space in the back room. However, like the previous writer I was appalled to discover that my pint was as murky as The Mersey up in Runcorn. Like vicpark, I went back to the bar and enquired as to whether the brewers were intentionally making murky beer. The grumpy barmaid's riposte was that the beer was the end of the barrel.For the sake of me I can't think why they should want to palm off bad beer onto their unsuspecting customers. However, the following day we popped in again and this time it was more like the Roscoe of old with a very pleasant and helpful lady behind the bar.

28 Apr 2014 20:19

Doctor Duncans, Liverpool

As is our wont we popped into Doctor Duncans on an Easter Sunday evening and sat in the same seats as on our previous visit a couple of months ago. Once again we were the only customers on which was a very pleasant evening. The beer was o.k. at least but then the door opened and in walked three Manchester United supporters who as it turnd out were very pleasant in spite of the drubbing United received at Everton. People say it's an office workers and students hangout but if I were the owner, I'd be looking for a wider range of clientele and start serving food and get some wide screens in because if they don't, I for one won't bother returning to the miserable hole.

28 Apr 2014 19:57

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