On 26-10-2007 seafarer1966 said :
"Pretty soulless place. Not so much regulars as customers in transition from one town pub to another. This was the Green Man formerly.
Little atmosphere except on thursday night when there's an 'open mike night'. Expect to see some second rate bands. Mind you it's a free gig.
On 10-9-2007 millay said :
"Tucked away off St Peters St between Nat West Bank and the Church. Itís a genuine Irish bar, wooden floors, furniture, fittings etc., newspapers available, no cask ale but a good pint of Guinness as you would expect. Thereís a split level bar with the upstairs part being used for families and food and downstairs for drinking and smoking (prior to the ban anyway). Probably not one for the tourist but it seems to have a good local following and the decently priced menu is popular with local office staff. The barís claim to fame is that James Morrison was discovered there on an open mic night.
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