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The Dog & Davenport Arms, Bridgnorth

Main Street
Worfield
Postal town: Bridgnorth
WV15 5LF
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Dog and Davenport Arms

Plain brick, yet attractive, country pub with rear garden. The main room is described below - we went into the snug which had a TV (not on), dart board and some old prints on the walls. There was no music and while it did food, we didn't eat. The service was friendly and it seemed a maturer clientele. 3 real ales: Hobson's Town Crier, a very nice Hobson's Bitter and a guest that was a decent AJ's Best. A really pleasant place and would return.

On 9th June 2018 - no rating submitted
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Will Larter left this review about The Dog and Davenport Arms

Now known by the combined names of the Dog and Davenport Arms, with a pub sign depicting a greyhound and nearby Davenport House. A framed history of the pub can be found on a wall near the entrance - neither the landlady nor a regular customer that I spoke to were familiar with this well-documented history, according to which the former butchers referred to below became a beer house and closed, while the Greyhound Inn became the present pub.

The room to the left on entering is labelled the snug, while the main room has two parts, with the further part having some booth seating and some tables, the part near the bar having an inglenook fireplace (with wood-burning stove) and a large and handsome oval table. The bar itself is fairly small, with three hand pumps featuring Hobsons Best and Town Crier, plus Wood's Born & Bred; I had a half of the latter but wasn't impressed - just a tad too much lemon juice about it for my taste, though its condition could not be faulted. It was fairly quiet when I was here at lunchtime midweek, but it struck me as the sort of pub that would improve on further acquaintance.

On 12th November 2017 - rating: 6
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Oggwyn Great left this review about The Dog

Converted from a butchers in the 19th century the Dog is a traditional two room country pub with low ceilings and wood burning fires .
2 ales on , Hobsons Bitter and a decent Twisted Spire .
A decent pub with good service .
A change of landlord was about to take place a few days after my visit .

On 18th August 2015 - no rating submitted
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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Alan Hurdle
Albrighton, 7.9 miles, 2 hr 32 min walk (show)
Cosford, 8.69 miles, 2 hr 47 min walk (show)
Shifnal, 8.69 miles, 2 hr 47 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for The Dog & Davenport Arms, Worfield
20th Apr 2020, 03:05
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9th Jun 2018, 10:59
Review submitted by Soup Dragon

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  • Car Park : No last updated 12 August 2013 by Oggwyn Great
  • Darts : Yes last updated 12 November 2017 by Will Larter
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 12 November 2017 by Will Larter
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 12 August 2013 by Oggwyn Great
  • Real Cider : No last updated 12 November 2017 by Will Larter
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