Beer was fine staff very good food real joy we both had hot pot and enjoyed it the band that night was ordinary
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The noise level grew as the evening progressed but it seems all the guests were enjoying it. Good music and singer later.
Found The Bog close to our accommodation. Happened upon a Irish band keeping the patrons' toes tapping. Partner and I both ordered the roast dinner which then came as a share plate/serving dish. Beef beautifully cooked, abundance of baked veggies with Yorkshire pudding. Fantastic! Ashton...More
This review is cumulative over about 6 months. Used to go regularly to the Thursday night quiz at this pub. Service was always poor more often than not you would order then have to go up searching for what happened to your order. Seemed to...More
return visit to The Bog, in it's new site as the original was destroyed in the Earthquake. I was glad to see it had not lost it's atmosphere, good food or selection of beers.
We hadn't been into the Bog since it shifted to Victoria St. What a nice surprise to find it when looking for somewhere for lunch on a cold day. Great atmosphere with the fire going and all the old memorabilia. The service was good and...More
Went in to meet a few friends. Lovely Sunday roast (with Yorkshire pudding) and pints on tap. Well looked after by John and the friendly staff with great entertainment from the four piece band playing mainly Irish music! Will definitely be back when I'm in...More
I didn't know what to expect with coming here for dinner. I had previously only been for drinks and to party after hours! The food was actually surprisingly good! And delicious! The service of it was really fast. So, a good option for dinner and...More
My husband thinks they do the best pint of Guinness in the world, but I like the band.that plays from 5.30pm on a Sunday. You don't have to be Irish to appreciate this place. It has hearty food at a reasonable price, friendly people and...More