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Bridges, Warrington

Pub added by Jim Newell
115 Bridge Street

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Tyke 55 left this review about Bridges

Not selling real ale these days but pub still manages to attract a decent number of customers in a run down part of town. Sports TV and music at the weekends seems to drag them in but a long way down my list of favourite places.

On 10th March 2020 - rating: 3
[User has posted 5 recommendations about 5 pubs]

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Bridges

Fairly basic sports bar within a slightly more interesting façade, but it is dull semi-modern furniture and decor inside the overall 'L'- shaped bar. Plenty of TV screens showing different channels, but that's about it apart from the non-background music. Two handpumps on the counter, but both clips were reversed (with Hobgoblin and something from Moorhouse's on previously, or coming soon, by the shape of things). Opted for the keg Younger's Bitter (at just £1.65 for a pint) in preference to the John Smith's Gold (a new one on me).

On 8th November 2015 - rating: 5
[User has posted 6953 recommendations about 6953 pubs]

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Steve C left this review about Bridges

Bridges was very busy with a twenty-something crowd on Saturday for the weekly karaoke/disco night. It was two deep at the bar and it took a fair time to get served as the barman was serving his favourites before people who were waiting longest. When I eventually got to the bar he actually served someone who was standing behind me. Standard draught is available and one hand pump was unused leaving Wolfies Best as the lone ale option.
Sky Sports is advertised and plasma screens are found throughout the L shaped interior. At the rear of the pub is a raised area that houses a pool table and a dartboard.

I saw nothing in here that sets this pub apart from its competition and I do not plan to return anytime soon.

On 24th June 2013 - rating: 4
[User has posted 3849 recommendations about 3825 pubs]

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peter ashworth left this review about The Last Orders Inn

Now called Bridges

On 30th May 2012 - no rating submitted
[User has posted 2206 recommendations about 2167 pubs]