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Man In The Moon (JD Wetherspoon), Stanmore, Stanmore

1 Suite The Broadway
Stanmore
HA7 4EB

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Aqualung . left this review about Man In The Moon (JD Wetherspoon)

This is being sold to Nandos. It doesn't appear on either of the two closure lists from last year. It's last day open is Sunday 28th February. This makes Stanmore a pub free zone as the Sahara Lounge is a restaurant.

Visit August 2013

This is a typical early nineties (1993) Spoons consisting of a shop conversion at the bottom of a small block of offices. You could guess the pedigree by the Moon in the name, it's a long narrow and uninspiring place, but it does have a dart board.

I counted eleven handpumps in here. Of these three were taken up by the two usual GK beers, Rebellion Smuggler doubled up, Adnam's Explorer and Gunhill (uninvited guests) and Rebellion Blonde. Shepherd Neame Bishop's Finger and Sambrook's Wandle were available soon.

I went for the Rebellion Blonde which was not in good condition. I have to say that on the day this place was fairly poor.

On 18th February 2016 - rating: 4
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Steve C left this review about Man In The Moon (JD Wetherspoon)

This thin L-shaped Wetherpoons has booths lining the very long side wall that stretches to the rear of the pub and more tables are crammed in wherever possible. The usual drinks and food promotion advertisements can be found on the walls and tables and there are twelve hand pumps which were dispensing up to eight guests ales/ciders along with some Spoons favourites.

There is a plasma screen which was showing a muted news feed and some posters had been put up advertising the fact that the World Cup, which is on terrestrial television, will be shown.

I thought that the staff were pleasant enough, but there was nothing here to make this place stand out from any other JDW establishments.

On 18th May 2010 - rating: 6
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john mcgraw left this review about Man In The Moon (JD Wetherspoon)

Visited just after the beer festival had finished so not many real ales on but the pub was clean and comfortable.

On 3rd May 2010 - rating: 7
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Clive Thompson left this review about Man In The Moon (JD Wetherspoon)

This is a pretty good JDW outlet, small frontage but goes back a long way. Always clean and tidy with attractive décor and a number of glass panelled booths down the left hand side. I’ve always had good service and when I once got a bad pint it was exchanged without question and with an apology. Two sets of six pumps with (when I called in recently) Ruddles, Abbot, three guests and a cider. There’s a specific notice board for ale with upcoming beers and events including brewery visits. It also has a community notice board. GBG for sale behind the bar and local CAMRA rags available. A good real ale Wetherspoons, just a shame there are no other decent pubs left in the vicinity.

On 5th April 2010 - rating: 8
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