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Hartley's Wine Bar [Website] [Photograph] [Map 34]
7 Mount St || Telephone 01772 204789 || Date visited: 2005
  • Alcohol
    1. Lager
    2. - Becks
    3. Bitter
    4. -
    5. Stout
    6. -
    7. Cider
    8. -
    9. Mild
    10. -
    11. Bottles
    12. -
Comments:
Can't remember any other beers.
  • Entertainment
    1. Live Acts
    2. - No
    3. Karaoke
    4. - No
    5. DJ
    6. - Yes
    7. Juke Box
    8. - No
    9. Quiz Nights
    10. -
    11. Pool Table
    12. - No
    13. Darts
    14. - No
Comments:

  • Food
    1. Quality
    2. - Average
    3. Price Range
    4. - Average
    5. Prestentation
    6. - Good
    7. Serving Times
    8. - Daytimes until 6pm. Not sure about evenings.
Comments:
Examaple meals and prices (prices correct at April 2003):
Starters: Soup - 1.80, Hot Bacon Salad - 3.50
Main Meals: Chili 3.50, Haddock & Chips - 4.25
Sandwiches: Tuna & Mayo - 2.95, Prawn & Marie Rose Sauce - 3.50
Fresh Coffee: 1.25 (Espresso, Latte etc also available).
Pot of Tea: 80p

  • Toilets

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

    Ladies

    1. Cleanliness
    2. -
    3. Maintenance
    4. -
    5. Aroma
    6. -
Comments:
Male and Female toilets are upstairs and therefore no disabled access.
  • Staff
    1. Friendliness
    2. - OK
    3. Attitude
    4. - OK
    5. Appearance
    6. - Average
Comments:

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

  • Decor [ Traditional / Modern / Other
  • ]
    1. Traditional
    2. - See below.
    3. Modern
    4. -
    5. Other Style
    6. -
    7. Condition
    8. -
Comments:

Structually traditional, yet through the use of garish colours (red and gold) this place has a nice open semi-modern feel about it. The entrance and bar area is on 2 levels with a couple of places for private talk. The back room is usually quiet to the extent that it's sometimes difficult to attract the barstaff's attention. There is a samll (3 tables ?) veranda-type area the front of the pub which can be nice in the summer time.

This pub was once (until about 1995) called The Oddfellows. It was much smaller as a lot of back rooms have been knocked through. The current back room (or side room) was the pool room and only the front bar-area was the main room and quite cozy. I seem to remember the landlord being Polish and it was well know as a local gay pub and regularly smelled of scented cigarettes.
(Review - Dave Piling)