There is no music or telly so such as Barry can have meaningful discussions about Brexit and the like.
The Wetherspoons in Southsea is quite refined during the day. It always seems to be full of people even older than me. Mind it is a Lloyds so what happens at weekend nights may be another story, but that is true of all the places around it.
We acquired it has a result of a licensing review and in 12 months had the Police twice . Once I was under investigation threw a chap out and he was hospitalised so my cctv they wanted to absolve me or charge me Second time was advised to use plastic glasses as was other pubs the Peel and across the road, and that was as a precaution for the Christmas fete thing they have.
As for spoons in Cleck customers told me and court reports plus my bits of paper warning of those on Pub watch and where they had offended. But don't think I am knocking them I am not, anti social behaviour can kick off in any pub extended opening hours have back fired in that respect in some ways Spoons the main culprits I opened at 11 and mid day had a gang often visit but behaved I must say fresh as daisies form the Union Rooms in Batley strangely never the case in Cleckheaton .
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Been in a few "Spoons" years ago, & always had the same atmosphere. As already said, a cross between an inner city pub & some other place. Seem to always have a similar clientele too whichever one you use. Not my vibe so I dont use em now but my old man takes my ma to a couple of em fairly regular & they love em! Pa speaks highly of the steaks, although policy now seems to be buying pre seasoned cuts which he dont like so mixed grill is the new fave apparently. Think he favours Tuesdays cos its "steak day" & a meal & a pint of Fosters sounds very reasonable. Still prefer a dead rabbit on a stick over an open fire meself.....
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