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Coco Lounge, Gravesend

45 High Street
DA11 0AY

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Steve C left this review about Coco Lounge

On the path outside of the Coco Lounge was an A board advertising the boxing match that was to be shown later in the evening of the recent Friday I visited. The plasma screen was being used to show muted golf via Sky Sports and the jukebox was blasting out the likes of Fleetwood Mac. This went down a treat with the boisterous crowd that has gathered around the bar and a few of the older patrons were showing off their air guitar skills. At the rear is a pool table and standard draught products are available from the bar found on the left hand wall. I found the décor to be basic and the black and white checked lino floor did little to add any character to the place. I wondered why it was so busy in here until I ordered a pint of Fosters which was 50p cheaper than the Wetherspoons up the road. I found the service to be very friendly, but I was a little wary of the locals who seemed a little volatile. Thankfully my worries were misplaced as they were all harmless enough.

I’ll not be rushing back here, but I would consider a revisit if I was passing and wanted to catch the end of a match.

On 17th March 2013 - rating: 4
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Robert READ left this review about Coco Lounge

Cheapest beer in Gravesend on a Wild Wacky Wednesday... Fosters £2.20 Strong bow £2.50 John Smiths £2.00

On 29th June 2011 - no rating submitted
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john mcgraw left this review about Coco Lounge

Had been known as The Market Tavern on closure and has now re-opened under its present name.

On 19th February 2011 - no rating submitted
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Roger Button left this review about The Market Tavern

Previously named the Chase, this pub got a hefty makeover a year or so ago and whilst it has been renamed, it still has a horse racing theme and a distinct Irish feel although it not what you would generally label an Irish pub. Racehorse prints jockey for attention with a sizeable water jug and ashtray collection (so that's what happened to them all). An ornate and intricate wooden cabinet behind the bar also caught my eye. The interior is probably a bit too bright and the newish feel from the refurb is still evident but overall it has a pleasant enough ambience without there being anything exceptional about it. 2 Ales – nothing spectacular (Speckled Hen and Youngs) but of decent enough quality and price. It's not really a pub that is worthy of a specific trip or an evening session but fine for a crawl or to break up a hard day's shopping.

On 31st March 2008 - rating: 4
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