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Next door to the Empire Theatre so very handy for a pre theatre drink.Like the cosy atmosphere and the character of the pub,there is a snug like area at the far end with a fire. Theres a good choice of real ales which pleases my...More
Quite often drink here pre-match before the football. The beer selection is often changing with a variety of keg and cask available. I do think they have got less adventurous recently and could do with being more varied, but still one of the better beer...More
There is a reason this is on CAMRA's heritage list, a stunning original Edwardian interior.
But also a great beer pub. Had Lambton's from local Double Maxim brewery on when I visited, plus beers from Anarchy, another north east brewery.
Opposite Empire Theatre so great...More
First time in a long time since I was in this pub but recommended by friends so gave it a go. The Pub Grub menu was ok with a lot of the food home made. A main, side, sauce and soft drink/coffee etc was set...More
We’ve eaten and drunk here a few times, twice upstairs and the rest of the time downstairs. Just can not fault the staff, they are all very friendly, efficient and knowledgable. On our first visit my OH was keen to try the Triple Chocolate stout...More
You have to be kidding me a pint of jake head in the harbour view is less than £5 but this place no way I’ve never ever paid so much and never will again and the bar man about 18 tried to tell me a...More
We were on a day trip to Sunderland and unfamiliar with the area we asked google for recommendations; the review for the Dun Cow caught our eye.." a bit divey but cheap beer" sounds like our type of pub.. !! We were pleasantly surprised -...More