CLUBMOOR

PubBeerCommentsLocation
Bridge Inn
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Tetley / Carlsberg The enormous main room is nicely done out in this busy, friendly pub which was full of a mixed age clintele when I visited on a Saturday afternoon. There's a snooker room at the back. LSTV. This used to be a Salvation Army Hall, I'm told.
Last visited 2003.
Townsend Avenue / Utting Avenue
Broadway Country Club Four function rooms, says the sign.
Not visited.
Broad Lane / Broadway
Canon Stones, Worthington / Carling A plain traditional boozer with bar, lounge and back room. Oversize glasses for a full pint.
Last visited 2002.
Townsend Lane / Canon Road
Clarence
Not visited.
Cherry Lane / Utting Avenue
Clubmoor Hand pumpCains, John Smith's, Tetley / Carlsberg An excellent pint of Cains in a rather splendid well cared for interior with dark wood panelling decorated with plates and flying ducks. Very quiet when I visited. There's a beer garden behind.
Last visited 2002.
Townsend Lane / Vallance Road
Cockwell Stones, Worthington / Carling A very plastic and tacky one bar pub with a polished stone floor.
Last visited 1998.
Breck Road / Priory Road
Edinburgh Park Docker's Club Boddingtons, Trophy / GB, Heineken A classic working men's club with a small pleasant bar and an enormous plain function room with tables in long rows. LSTV in the bar.
Last visited 2002.
Townsend Lane, opposite the Clubmoor
Elm House Stones, Worthington / Carling A nice two sided pub, perhaps a little worn in places.
Last visited 2002.
Townsend Lane / Lampeter Road
Farmers Arms
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Stones, Tetley / Carling, Carlsberg A pleasant pub with two rooms plus a larger back room closed when I visited. Standard pub decor. LSTV.
Last visited 2002.
Townsend Lane / Larkhill Lane
First Base Worthington / Carling, GB This was formerly the Royal Ancient Order of Buffaloes Club. Now it's a down-market, slightly grubby, cheap one-room boozer. It's very unusual nowadays to see oversize glasses and a free-flow pump.
Now closed and boarded up.
Last visited 2002.
85 Townsend Lane / Canon Road
Larkhill (King of Hearts)
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John Smith's, Webster's / Foster's This fairly new pub in what looks like a former shop has one room divided by a low partition. At the front is the posh part, a very nicely decorated lounge while behind is the slightly plainer (and a little grubby when I visited) bar. The counter is in the bar half. The walls are covered with a wide selection of sporting photographs plus a few large mirrors. There are lots of TVs showing sport. Not visited since it was renamed.
Last visited 2002.
Queens Drive / Larkhill Place
Liverpool Supporters' Club
Not visited.
Breck Road / Priory Road
New Broadway
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Tetley The bar side is plain, clean and tidy. The lounge side is very nicely done with dark wood panelling all around. (Shame about the rope-lights, though). LSTV. The only way to get between the two halves is outside.
Last visited 2003.
Broad Lane / New Hall Lane
Rourke's Tavern John Smith's, Webster's Green Label / Foster's A large plastic nicely decorated wine bar, called Rourkes Wine Tavern when I visited, but they've dropped the Wine now.
Last visited 1998.
Broad Lane / Broadway
Willow Bank Samson, Vaux Lite / Heineken A scruffy tatty bar at the front and a superb wood panelled lounge with a dance floor, real stage and wonderful arched ceiling. This looks to me like genuine 1920s architecture and it's a pity that it is spoiled by a large projection TV, a stack of beer crates on the stage and brewery publicity all over the walls.
Last visited 1998.
Townsend Lane / Priory Road
Winchester Closed and boarded up.
Not visited.
Townsend Lane / Winchester Road