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Bradstow Mill, Broadstairs

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Lively locals pub near the station. For a seaside town, I find it a bit dark and dingy. Thorley pub, so expensive.
margate1 - 13 Aug 2015 13:17
A handy pub for the station but not one I would want to stay in too long unless there was a decent band on or a good match on the TV.
The beer was Sharps Atlantic which seemed to be the bog standard ale for many Broadstairs pubs.
It's obviously popular with the locals as there are always plenty of people inside.
If a band are playing it's best to get in that half of the pub or else you won't hear too much!
This pub is infinitely preferable to the nearby Cramptons!!
outtamehead - 2 Oct 2014 03:20
Split bar, dark wood, has live music which can sound awful if standing in the wrong half of the pub (a matter of acoustics), varied clientele, occasional dog, efficient bar staff, average sort of boozer with average sort of booze.
Codrotten - 21 Oct 2011 19:53
one of two pubs at the top of the high street (the other being Cramptons) and is alright for a quick drink before working your way to the bottom of town. Has karaoke friday nights which is alright if you like that sort of thing
stokes1982 - 8 Jun 2011 14:55
Quite lively but expensive
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 18:28
Thorley Tavern close to the railway station. As Thorley's go, this is probably one of the best, not that that's saying much. Very busy at weekends, often has live bands. Usually one guest ale on offer, although they obviously aren't ale afficianados as it's pretty rancid. Still it's a nice lively place for a drink.
Thebman - 26 Mar 2008 12:38

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