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Greyfriars Bar, Perth Central, Perth

15 South Street
Phone: 01738633036

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Old Boots left this review about Greyfriars Bar

Down to earth single room bar with separate tables and a bit of vertical drinking space. Loud jukebox and a screen behind the stone built counter showing broadcast TV. Four pulls of local beers and Landlord plus whiskies and the usual plus a couple of more unusual kegs. Toilets upstairs, open mic Thursday.

On 4th August 2019 - no rating submitted
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Greyfriars Bar

Tiny, tidy pub with a compact bar counter and just five small tables. A few pieces of breweriana on the walls, but the emphasis is very much on conversation (and the live music they somehow squeeze in if the publicity is to be believed). Three of four handpumps in operation when I visited, with Landlord, Orkney Dark Island and The Clock (a red ale from Eden Mill at St Andrews, £3.50).

On 18th February 2018 - rating: 7
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Aqualung . left this review about Greyfriars

This is a tiny single bar with a wooden floor and ceiling lights. I suspect it may have been over modernised. Remarkably they advertise live music, I hope it isn't amplified as it would be deafening in this tiny place.
The bar has just four hand pumps which had Inveralmond Ossian & Thrappledouser, Mor Mor Tea Vicar? and Eden Mill Shipwreck IPA. I went for the Shipwreck IPA which was in reasonable condition.
This one is GBG 2016 listed but I thought it was fairly average.

On 19th July 2016 - rating: 5
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I L left this review about Greyfriars

This must be one of the smallest pubs we have been into. The bar is in the corner of the small and cozy single room as you enter. There are just five small tables with at most four seats round each. Pleasantly decorated with wood panelling on the lower part of some walls and a long stone wall to one side. there is an upstairs drinking area that would appear to be more used for eating. There were 4 Caledonian ales on during our visit, the 80-/- being very nice.This friendly local is well worth a visit if in town. about 10 minutes walk from Perth railway station.

On 17th October 2010 - rating: 8
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