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Cromwells, Warrington

Pub added by peter ashworth
87 Bridge Street
Warrington
WA1 2HP

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

Fairly basic sports bar with a hint of an Irish theme but little else to say for it. Partly closed up on a quiet Monday night, with just the main part of the bar and rear pool table area illuminated. Other seating areas noted in the gloom. Plenty of TV screens showing a variety of channels, but some reasonable retro background music dominated. No real ale, of course, so opted for the keg Boddington's (£2.50, and which, to be fair to the barman, was served full to the brim despite it being a lively new barrel) in preference to the inevitable John Smith's.

On 8th November 2015 - rating: 5
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Steve C left this review about Eivissa

Eivissa is now called Cromwells which advertises itself as a sports bar. There are plasma screens located throughout that were showing muted Sky Sports News and random sports that one finds on the television on a Saturday night. The interior is L shaped and the majority of the seating is at the front of the bar where some high tables and stools can be found. To the right of the entrance is table football and at the rear of the bar is a pool table and dartboard. The dance music playing was extremely loud, but almost every pub I visited during my crawl of the area had loud thumping music playing.
There is a quiz advertised for every Wednesday evening after the football. I’m not sure if there is a quiz when there is no football being played.
The bar is stocked with standard draught and one of the two hand pumps was unused leaving Cromwells Mild as the cask option. I decided to join the other patrons in sticking to the lager.

The barmaid was very friendly and I would consider popping in here to watch a match, but I’ll not be visiting on a Saturday night again.

On 24th June 2013 - rating: 5
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