Discussion in 'SMB' started by yyy, May 29, 2019.
Nothing wrong with Spoons, especially when you have a radar key
^ knows ^
I think football in Scotland is a good idea.
I wasn't clear. I've seen it on a bigger scale at Durham whereas other places have been odd instances.
My thought process was Durham Waterhouse had a much bigger problem with drunks than the others.
I'm actually typing Waterhouse and my autocorrect is changing it to Waterhpuse???
The drunks are being banned from Tesco Express, not Waterhouse.
That said, the Waterhouse bouncers are not letting the really bad drunks back in.
£8 for a pint of San Miguel and a fresh stonebaked pizza nicer than you’d get in just about any takeaway or 60% of Italians.
Superb. Barely ever had a shit pint in a spoons too. One issue was how long it can take to be served but the app solves that (mind you I bet theres a hellish amount ordered to wrong tables/pubs when it gets late and the cheap booze is flowing )
and I thought you were a decent bloke
Nowt wrong with having a key to the executive toilets.
There is if you are able to use the regular toilets.
It varies from Wetherspoons to Wetherspoons.
In Durham, Waterhouse does seem to serve a consistent pint. The Bishops Mill can vary though again not too many complaints. The same applies to the Company Row in Consett though not everyone whose made comment agrees.
Newcastle is a mixed bag. The Swan and Five Signets up the Haymarket has improved. The Lloyds Bar I can't remember the name of on the Quayside has served me some pretty rank beer in the past and the Mile Castle is so so. The Lloyds Bar in the Gate seems okay.
The Wetherspoons in Gosforth, Hexham and Whitley Bay have not been too bad either.
Note I did not visit all these places in one day.
Update from Jameson's before 7pm scratter curfew, all quiet on the scratter front, they seem to have relocated to Yates, just been watching 2 scratters hand bagging it outside, went for a straightener round the park & came back hugging each other, back into Yates, will report back later.
The Yates' of their day.
Allows the rest of us to have a proper drink while the police know where the riff-raff are.
There's even one in Billericay FFS. Used to be a Sainsburys until the Waitrose opened further down the street.
Should only be allowed to open where the Brexit party won an EU seat.
@wasnotwas whats your views marra?
I'm watching you....
And I thought you had a sense of humour
Just walked into Reading spoons, spun round and walked straight back out
Cheeky sod though to be fair I had that coming.
I forgot about Yates as a Scratter location. The former Yates in Durham is doing okay, that I saw tonight.
Can't knock a Wetherspoons pizza like.
Cannit wack spoons.
The jammy fucker.
What was this one called? Was it just along from the Classic Football Shirt shop?
The one in the centre. Think it's just called wetherspoons
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