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Generally the food was up to the standard to match the pricing - which overall was pretty cheap. Very quiet but we did visit on a Tuesday afternoon, toilets need some work & the barmaid was friendly but a little bit odd!
Popped in for a few pints on a Saturday afternoon around 12:30pm
Service was ok pints were ok. Toilets are utterly vile. I don't understand how there can be a jobbie in the sink at 12:30? Place had just opened! Pee all over the floor....More
We stopped here one night for a drink after the pub we were going to stop at was too packed and we couldn't get a seat, plenty of seats in here, now I know why, drinks were OK bit pricey, probably to make up for...More
Chose this to celebrate my birthday with my partner and three daughters and five grandchildren noting that it was child friendly. Booked a table with there being 11 of us and was told that there may not be any steak as it was after the...More
Bar staff not very good, a lot of lights inside did not work and when another customer asked about them he was told "yeah they still not fixed".
Despite the menu saying that Sunday Roasts were served all day they had run out by early...More
Had Sunday roast!
First time & last! Been to a lot of places in blackpool and this is the worst! No passion !No seasoning whatsoever! The blandest meal ever tasted and pricy on drinks! Staff were nice however
wainwrights was on very good form in this traditional pub--probably built in the 60's or 70's--clean and presentable with friendly staff--didn't have any food but what I saw coming out looked and smelt good.