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The Cambridge, Liverpool

Pub added by Jim Newell
51 Mulberry Street
L7 7EE

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Leased (Marstons)

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Al Bundy left this review about The Cambridge

Can be quite dark inside but its not a bad pub. The pub stretches back and is on two levels and is sort of Irishy in style (though there is nothing to suggest its an Irish bar). Situated in the University it obviously can be full of students talking wank during term times. Limited choice real ale wise as there is only one Marston's beer ever on. Doesn't open until evening at weekends.

On 27th July 2018 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Cambridge

Marstons pub, with a largely student clientele. Thin bar with a separate seating area up four steps. Traditional furniture and decor. Only one of the two handpumps was working, and this dispensed a rather poor pint of Burton Bitter (£2.70). (NB - Review dates from August 2011.)

On 4th February 2012 - rating: 5
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Old Boots left this review about The Cambridge

Very traditional interior, in fact the pub slogan is “built on tradition”. Very popular with students but very quiet in August when I was there, just a few over forties lingering over pints of lacklustre Mansfield cask or some lager or another, the other cask ale choice of Pedigree not being available. Standard keg range, Carling, 1664, Fosters, San Migel and Peroni plus the inevitable Strongbow and Guinness. Strangely for a Marstons pub none of their own smooth. Furnished with well upholstered benches and Britannia tables on a tiled and bare boarded floor, tobacco stained lincrusta ceiling, a little exposed brickwork but mainly buff coloured wallpaper decorated with old family pictures. As I said very traditional. There are two rooms, one with the bar and a second raised area with dart board and tables and chairs. There are quite a few picnic style tables outside to take care of the overspill.

On 8th November 2009 - no rating submitted
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