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The Nether Inn, Dundee Central, Dundee

134 Nethergate
Dundee
DD1 4ED
Phone: 01382349970

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Steve of N21 left this review about The Nether Inn

Fairly well described by others I actually found myself visiting this one twice whilst in Dundee. The first occasion was just for a beer and after the disappointment of finding no ale pumps I spotted BrewDog Punk IPA on tap and took my half of that up to the mezzanine floor that is at the back of the pub above the pool table section and this is quite a nice spot, especially as you are fairly close to what looks to be a Victorian wrought Iron conservatory ceiling which, along with the large front glass windows mentioned below does make this quite a light and airy pub despite its length.
Secondly it’s a bit of a sports pub and has seven screens in total dotted about including one on the mezzanine floor level, and is one of those places where when the football is on you cannot miss it. Normally I would give these places a miss but when wanting to actually see the late Saturday premiership game and finding the Phoenix over the road jammed to the point I couldn’t get anywhere near the two screens in that pub I came back to here with the knowledge I couldn’t miss it.

On 2nd September 2019 - rating: 5
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Nether Inn

Traditional-looking pub with relatively large front windows, reasonable lighting in the central bar area and rear extension of some age with some interesting metalwork rather spoilt by a couple of industrial ventilation ducts. This latter area also has a couple of pool tables underneath a small mezzanine. Stonegate menu featuring offerings from 'Aunty Edna's Pie Kitchen'. Disappointingly, there is now no real ale here, and with a dull selection from the keg founts I went for the Belhaven Best (£1.55, half).

On 22nd April 2019 - rating: 5
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john gray left this review about Nether Inn

One long rectangular bar.Bright,busy,brash.Quiz night so it was noisy.Student crowd.Landlord and Hobgoblin were on cask.

On 22nd October 2016 - rating: 6
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