What a wonderous pub! Island Art Deco style bar. Building was rebuilt in 1938 by Thomas Sandilands and Macleod. Doors are hard to negotiate to get in, due to styling and age however once in there is a lot of floor room to move about it.
Felt a bit out of place being a woman here so didn’t venture to see the toilets, but will go back when busier so not to look too out of place! Worth going back for another visit. Male toilets – clean-ish. 1 cubicle and only 1 sink with cold water only and no soap. No dryer either if I recall. Large urinal on 3 sides of wall though. No steps involved to get there.
Bit of a glare with the use of flourescent lights, seemed smoky inside even tho no smoke – reminded me a bit like those 70’s cafe’s. Friendly service, locals seem to banter a bit. £2.25 for cola + 1/2pt Guinness. Also on draft T, T special, Kronenberg, 60/, Stella.
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