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The Jazz Bar [Website] [Photograph] [Map 21]
7 Tithebarn St || Telephone 01772 886762 || Date visited: ?
  • Alcohol
    1. Lager
    2. - Stalla / Carling
    3. Bitter
    4. -
    5. Stout
    6. - Guinness
    7. Cider
    8. -
    9. Mild
    10. -
    11. Bottles
    12. -
Comments:
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  • Entertainment
    1. Live Acts
    2. -
    3. Karaoke
    4. - Yes
    5. DJ
    6. - Yes
    7. Juke Box
    8. -
    9. Quiz Nights
    10. -
    11. Pool Table
    12. - Yes
    13. Darts
    14. -
Comments:

  • Food
    1. Quality
    2. -
    3. Price Range
    4. -
    5. Prestentation
    6. -
    7. Serving Times
    8. -
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  • Toilets

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

    Ladies

    1. Cleanliness
    2. - Average
    3. Maintenance
    4. - Average
    5. Aroma
    6. - Average
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  • Staff
    1. Friendliness
    2. - Average
    3. Attitude
    4. - Average
    5. Appearance
    6. - Average
Comments:

  • Customers
    1. Locals
    2. - Yes
    3. Students
    4. - Very few seem to know about this hidden pub.
Comments:

  • Decor [ Traditional / Modern / Other
  • ]
    1. Traditional
    2. - Yes
    3. Modern
    4. -
    5. Other Style
    6. -
    7. Condition
    8. - In need of a refurbishment (Summer 2002).
Comments:
"Unless you know this place or go looking for it, it's not the easiest to find and as such is a locals pub rather than a student haunt. The building itself is quite old and grand for a back street, but it wasn't always this way. Until the new Guild Hall was built in the in 1973, Tithebarn Street stretched from where the Holiday Inn now stands and joined up with Church Street, disecting the Guild Hall. Consequently this pub was originally on a main road". Look at this to see small map of the area. (Review - Dave Piling)
Did you know?
This place was previously called Harry's Bar, (1980's) and still retains a sign high up on the gable end of the building, but originally was The Empire Hotel (Keith Richardson - May 2003).