FAQ

Yes – children are allowed in the pub until 8pm, however for big sports events and fixtures it is best to call ahead to check if children will be permitted. 

We allow all football tops to be worn, but there may be exceptions on specific occasions depending on sports fixtures – it is always best to call ahead and check to avoid disappointment. 

Yes! Popular local independent sandwich vendor the Bánh Mì Brothers have taken over our kitchen and will be cooking up some delightful twists on Irish classics. You can find the menu by clicking on the menus tab at the top of this site.

Food is served Mon-Fri 5-9pm and Saturday/Sunday 12-9pm from the fabulous Bánh Mì Brothers, who have taken over our kitchen!

Our downstairs area, which includes a bar and plenty of seating, is accessible for wheelchair users, however unfortunately we do not have a lift in the building so upstairs is currently inaccessible. This also includes the women’s toilets which are located at the top of a set of stairs – we apologise for any inconvenience. The men’s are located downstairs and are therefore accessible to wheelchair users.

You are welcome to hire an area of the pub to celebrate a special occasion or simply get together with a large group to watch sports or live music. For groups under 100 people, we will allocate an area – usually in our upstairs bar – with tables, seats and standing room. This allows you to soak up the general atmosphere of the pub while enjoying a more private feel for your event. Trust us – it is a fantastic experience!

To hire an area use our online booking system or contact us for availability.

For very large groups of 100+, you may be able to hire our upstairs function room – use our online booking system or contact us for availability.

While we do welcome dogs in the pub, it is always best to contact us to check on the day, as certain events can get quite busy – therefore we may not permit dogs for safety reasons.

We do not usually charge an entry fee, although this may vary for specific events so it is best to check ahead.

We operate a challenge 25 policy, therefore if a member of staff believes you look under 25 years when serving you at the bar, you will be asked to produce ID

Acceptable documents to prove your age are a valid passport, a UK or Ireland photo card driving licence, a UK military ID, a UK biometric residence permit (BRP) or any PASS-accredited proof-of-age card. All ID must have a photograph of you, include your date of birth and outline the validity period of the document.

We ask that you respect staff when they are enforcing the challenge 25 policy – they are just doing their jobs!

Walk-ins are accepted on a first come first serve basis, we recommend you book in advance to avoid disappointment!