On 04-2-2007 buckeee0 said :
"This pub has been here since 1722,first as The Duke Of York and then The Alma in the 1800's.As you might expect there are loads of wood beams all painted black and has a traditional feel.There is a large red brick fireplace but alas only a small electric heater to keep you warm in the winter.The bar area is so small the bar staff have to squeeze past each other.A few years ago this pub had an Irish feel and was called Seamus O'Rourkes but now it's Micawbers.It has a decent mix of cask ales including Adnams and Timothy Taylor Landlord and a cheap and cheerful pint called Micawbers Best.They serve coffee and food and also doorstep sarnies which should keep you happy.It's a clean and tidy pub and is well run"
On 02-11-2006 evil_chemist said :
"Now Micawubers (or something like that). Nice narrow pub with cosy feel. They still seem to have people randomly playing Irish type music with fiddles and things on certain nights which isn't really my cup of tea but some of my mates love."
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