This is a classic pub and has a fantastic history. The fittings are extemely old and very authentic. There is a very good post work clientele but also a huge tourist footfall (taking endless photo's). The small compartments around the pub (snugs) are extremely quaint and a real blast from the past - and feature in many Northern Ireland pubs so well worth looking out for. My only complaint is the 11 o'clock closing time (for which staff seem to prepare from 10.30 onwards) and vociferour way in which drinkers are invited to leave. Still, there's always Robinsons right next door and they have more sensible closing times.
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