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What can I say - I wanted to come here for ages as it looks so appealing from the outside. I brought my partner here mid week to treat him to a Birthday drink.
As we were new to this bar we stood for a...More
It's a weird mix of decor and furniture in here, you'll probably either love it or hate it.
The drinks are on the pricey side and the menu for '2 for £10' ones was limited and didn't bother to list the contents of each drink.
Called in on good Friday for a drink. Unbelievable, £5 for an ordinary pint of London Pride!! Seems a very clicky place, where if your not a regular then you're ignored. But then why would you want to be a regular at those prices?
Weekend away with the best Uni friends ever marking 25 years since we met.
Great to just wonder around familiar streets and see how much it's changed.
A fair few g&t's were consumed but this was the venue for the best one of the weekend....More
This place is very quirky and used to have lots of interesting little stores to look around and buy something different. I went down here to have coffee with some friends and browse around the store, The owner looked down his nose at us, made...More
Popped in for a drink with my Mum and sister. Such a quirky place. Staff are amazing, welcoming and just thoroughly awesome. It's a strange but brilliant place. Go and try.
Loos - I'm still stunned! : )
This antiques second hand shop sells lovely second hand furniture and homeware made by local artists. It's also a great place for a coffee or evening drink. Beautiful decor and lights, and a great music selection.
Love the emporium, quirky and totally everything you'd expect to be in Southsea. Great selection of drinks, lovely bar staff, unusual characters and you just never know if your going to pick up some awesome hidden treasure.
Hiya, don't know if you've been already, but there is on street parking very close, on elm grove is closest and easiest for you. It is probably 10 minutes drive from the ferry if the traffic isn't bad.