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Requested be closed with reason - For sale: Sold to a developer who is seeking planning permission to convert the upper floors to residential, with a "vintage clothes shop" in the pub area,

The Queens Arms, Battersea, SW8

139 St Philip Street
SW8
SW8 3SS
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Queens Arms

There’s no real ale and no sign of any food when I dropped in on Wednesday afternoon. Judging by a sign on the outside this was previously the Admiral Nelson, and clearly a Watney’s pub with some of the doors still pointing us to the Saloon and Public bars.

This is a wedge shaped corner site pub, and inside thre’s a stage in the “sharp end” of the pub, although I didn’t see any adverts for live music or the like. There’s a pool table in the middle of the room, and numerous sporting trophies displayed on shelves around the place. There’s not much in the way of décor, but I did spot some models of Gypsy caravans on a shelf above the pool table. There were a couple of old black and white photographs of the rat pack on the wall, and the Elvis version of You’ll Never Walk Alone being played was the high point of my visit. However, the young child who was driving his model electric car around the pub, and the overly friendly pub dog served to make my stay here shorter than it might otherwise have been.
This is another backstreet locals’ pub, but without real ale it probably won’t be seeing another visit from me.

On 19th September 2013 - rating: 3
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12th Jul 2017, 14:57
Request to mark pub as closed by Rex Rattus approved
 
12th Jul 2017, 14:54
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by Rex Rattus, with included notes: For sale: Sold to a developer who is seeking planning permission to convert the upper floors to residential, with a "vintage clothes shop" in the pub area,
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