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I was out to the review the local pubs and delights of Moorings Way, as I heard so many good reviews from local fisherman and prostitues that I meant the night before down Queen Street, but I'll leave that story for another time.
We visited as a family after a long walk by the water.
The inside is tired and drab. The prices are good value. Sadly it was the service we received from a member of staff who muttered under his breath cursing us. He didn’t even...More
Great friendly staff. Very bare Inside, a bit featureless and brown. Drinks reasonable in price and a stones throw from the waters edge, giving it a good location for a well earned drink after a walk along the shoreline
This restaurant was recommended by my colleague that grew up in the area. It's a must go to place if you're in Boston! Obviously specializing in fresh seafood. The restaurant is said to be the oldest in North America or at least the oldest in...More
I have visited the pub on numerous occasions, especially on a bike, since it is conveniently located on a 'Round the Harbour' route, sadly not available currently as the Hayling Ferry is not running.
It is a 'rough and ready' old-fashioned pub, with no frills....More
Sadly much changed since early 90s, but at least it is not shuttered like so many pubs. Open and airy due to the high ceilings, loads of outdoor seating, but unsure where one would park. Snooker table with ample room. Shabby but nice, locals and...More
The beer was OK and the staff too but the place had no atmosphere at all probably something to do with the fact that there were hardly any tables apart from those alongside the walls. It is a local drinkers place and not an olde...More