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Submitted on Thursday, 25th November 2010
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Reviews of Roebuck Inn (Average Rating: 7½ of 10) see review guidelines
David Salmon left this review about Roebuck Inn
This Pub had a major refurb in June 2011, and is now a fantastic venue for real ale, live music and Northern Soul & Motown!
I frequent the Saturday night soul & Motown night every week, and Dan & the team do a great job!! The beer quality is excellent, Pedigree & Adnams Broadside available on cask plus Boddingtons & Smiths, Carling & Fosters, Strongbow & Guiness on draft. Plenty of bottles & spirits to choose from too.
Clean, tidy & well looked after, no trouble, great beer garden and covered smoking area outside the back. Also do Pool & darts there, with Pub Quiz & Acoustic nights through the midweek. It's the first place I take the Mrs on a night out, and we usually Ens up finishing out night there too! Give it a go, you won't be disappointed!
On 13th February 2013
- rating: 10
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Alan Winfield left this review about Roebuck Inn
The Roebuck is farly close to the middle of Burslem.
I did'nt like the look of this pub from the outside and i got what i expected when i went in here,the pub has been done up in the modern style which made the pub seem cold.
There was no real ale on here the only bitter was Boddingtons which i dont drink so it was a drink of Guinness here which was ok.
On 25th November 2010
- rating: 5
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- Real Ale : Yes last updated 13 February 2013 by Alan Hurdle