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Town Hall Tavern, Stockport

95 Wellington Road South
Stockport
SK1 3SL

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Aqualung . left this review about Town Hall Tavern

This small split level pub doesn't seem to have changed much from below. It's a bit dog eared and there is a dart board at the rear where the stage is. I sat in the lower area where the pinball machine kept making noises as though it was trying to say something to me.
The bar has no hand pumps but they did have Robinson's Trooper on keg (£2.60) which was a vast improvement on the usual smooth suspects.
I found this place to be better than I expected.

On 22nd October 2018 - rating: 4
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ROB Camra left this review about Town Hall Tavern

A split level bikers pub. A few tables and a pinball machine (not working on my visit). Up a few steps to some more tables and chairs and a small stage at the rear. All the seating is really poor quality, more reminiscent of a greasy spoon cafe than a pub. Lots of music posters on the walls. No real ale of course. This is a really poor pub.

On 27th January 2016 - rating: 2
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Al Bundy left this review about Town Hall Tavern

We are talking basic here. Basic decor, basic furnishings, basic beer.

On 25th August 2015 - rating: 2
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Will Larter left this review about Town Hall Tavern

A local tackled me while taking a photo here, so I asked him what the beer was like. "The best in town", he said loyally, so I went in. There's a room at the front which is lower than the main bar area at the back, and looks more like a cafe than a lounge, but access from the side door brings you straight to the bar. A couple of murals were painted by a former bar worker, apparently.

There's no real ale here, so I made do with a half of Boddingtons emasculated smooth. The atmosphere was convivial and the regulars seem a friendly bunch, who are doubtless quite happy drinking bland and fizzy lagers. For me, a couple of real ales on the bar would make this a useful stop if between trains at the nearby station, but I can't see myself calling in for another Boddies.

On 17th March 2013 - rating: 5
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Peter Rydings left this review about Town Hall Tavern

Called in here on the 14th of March very tired pub it was about 4pm only two in they were pleasant enough. But with the bottle coolers empty its not going to be open much longer.But as we all know there will be another one with big dreams and big ideas Will call back next time i am over there

On 16th March 2012 - rating: 3
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Alan Winfield left this review about Town Hall Taverns

This pub was called the New Inn and was a Wilsons tied house when i went in here it was also a gay pub.
I had a drink of Wilsons bitter which was ok but nothing special.

Pub visited 18 march 1989.

photo taken 13 October 2007.

On 18th March 1989 - no rating submitted
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