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The Cut Bar, Southwark, SE1

Pub added by Graham Mason
66 The Cut
SE1
SE1 8LZ

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john gray left this review about The Cut Bar

Very busy and few tables unoccupied but you can stand at the bar.Uncomfortable when busy.4 keg beers 2 from Fourpure and 2 from Adnams.Decent beer.

On 27th February 2016 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Cut Bar

Theatre bar for the Young Vic, open to the general public, with an upstairs seating area and a roof terrace at the front (not visited). Semi-modern furniture and decor, but now looking a bit dated. No real ale, with a limited choice of keg offerings: Sambrook's Pale Ale, Dry Hopped Lager and Crystal Rye IPA (£2.40, half), Kirin and Krombacher.

On 12th April 2015 - rating: 5
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Pub SignMan left this review about Young Vic Theatre Bar

Also known as 'The Cut Bar', this is a bar/restaurant attached to the Young Vic theatre which was unsurprisingly pretty busy in the hours running up to the evening's performance, but remained so even when the punters had all filed off to their seats.
Bitburger and Kirin Ichiban lagers were on tap along with Guinness and Aspalls Cider, all at £3.60-£3.70 per pint. Bottles included Hoegaarden, Leffe, Adnams Bitter and Kriek. The menu was interesting and the food we tried was all pretty good, if a little expensive.
The venue is split into upstairs and downstairs sections. The ground floor was fairly spacious but full of diners, whilst the upstairs was somewhat cramped with a thin strip between bar and balcony with minimal seating (sofas and uncomfortable looking bar stools). There was also an outdoor balcony area with minimal seating.
Not really worth going out of your way for, mainly because of the prices, but good for a pre show drink or a bite to eat.

On 7th February 2010 - rating: 3
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