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Oddfellows Arms, Northallerton Central, Northallerton

251 High Street
Northallerton
DL7 8DJ

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Real Ale Ray left this review about Oddfellows Arms

A respectable locals pub, comprising of one rectangle shaped room, with the bar down the right hand side and some alcove seating either side of the front entrance. The interior was fairly modern in style, for such a traditional looking pub from the outside. Perhaps more on the grounds of a sports bar, what with two large screens mounted on the walls opposite the bar. They even had one of those smaller tacky looking screens on the wall advertising local businesses. The pub had a mix of young and older customers, The older crowd most probably reminiscing back to the days when this was a quiet old style country pub, I tend to agree with them.
Mainly lager drinkers on our visit, but they did have three handpumps serving Wainwright, Beer Monkey Blonde and Camerons Sanctuary. We went for the Beer Monkey, which was fine.

On 13th August 2019 - rating: 5
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custodian 42 left this review about Oddfellows Arms

Main room with bar to the right. Very much a locals pub. Three weak real ales and the usual keg offerings.

On 20th July 2017 - rating: 4
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Old Boots left this review about Oddfellows Arms

Recently changed hands and much the same inside but more tasteful and with a better choice of beer, John Smiths is still there but is joined by Copper Dragon and the local brewer, Walls. The screens and darts board are still in the front room and there's a pool table at back. Upstairs is a function room.

On 21st February 2015 - no rating submitted
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Old Boots left this review about Oddfellows Arms

A back street local next to the cemetery gates, the interior is more estate pub than town pub, with benches, modern tongue and groove, carpeted throughout and artexed walls. A long counter runs front to back down one side, with a darts space at the front corner. John Smiths signage and the beer range is the normal range of John Smiths Smooth, Fosters, Stella, Carling, Guinness and Strongbow, there are two light wood handled pulls with John Smiths cask in excellent condition. There are a few old photos as a concession to tradition and a couple of big screens. Originally home to an Oddfellows lodge it now hosts a lodge of the Buffaloes (RAOB).

On 16th January 2011 - no rating submitted
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