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158 - 159 Friargate PR1 2AH || Telephone 01772 554770 || Date visited: 2006
  • Alcohol
    1. Lager
    2. - Grolsh
    3. Bitter
    4. -
    5. Stout
    6. -
    7. Cider
    8. -
    9. Mild
    10. -
    11. Bottles
    12. -
Comments:
Happy Hour every day from 5pm to 8pm - bottles and pints = 1.50
  • Entertainment
    1. Live Acts
    2. - Yes
    3. Karaoke
    4. - Yes
    5. DJ
    6. - Yes
    7. Juke Box
    8. -
    9. Quiz Nights
    10. -
    11. Pool Table
    12. - No
    13. Darts
    14. - No
Comments:
Admission charges Thursday = 1, Friday / Sat 3 after 10.30
  • Food
    1. Quality
    2. - Very Good
    3. Price Range
    4. - Above Average
    5. Prestentation
    6. - Good
    7. Serving Times
    8. - ?
Comments:
Resturant upstairs.
  • Toilets

  • Gents
    1. Cleanliness
    2. - Good
    3. Maintenance
    4. - Good
    5. Aroma
    6. - Good

    Ladies

    1. Cleanliness
    2. -
    3. Maintenance
    4. -
    5. Aroma
    6. -
Comments:

  • Staff
    1. Friendliness
    2. - Very Good
    3. Attitude
    4. - Positive
    5. Appearance
    6. - Smart
Comments:

  • Customers
    1. Locals
    2. - Yes
    3. Students
    4. - Yes
Comments:

  • Decor [ Traditional / Modern / Other
  • ]
    1. Traditional
    2. -
    3. Modern
    4. -
    5. Other Style
    6. - Yes
    7. Condition
    8. - Very Good

Comments:
The style of this place has to be seen to believed. The interior design is a mixture of fabrics and styles that is usually associated with a more traditional setting, yet here combined with modern elements the whole atmosphere is changed.

There are luxurious seat covers and velvet drapes which form a tent-effect over one small booth, and there is open wooden floor space in front of the two bars (upstairs and down) all trimed with polished wrought ironwork.

There are brightly coloured walls and polished wroughed iron furniture married in perfect harmony. I really need to get a photograph of the interior.


Did you know?
Until approx 2001, Mood was a shop called Ozone (it sold scented candles and audio tapes of whale noise and Peruvian pan pipes etc) which might explain the narrow frontage and unusually long shape stretching backwards across the dancefloor towards the DJ booth.