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user reviews of the Newcastle Arms, Worksop

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Yes I would l - but not eight years after a pub was closed, and posted as such.

Why tell us again, and that it's now a kebab shop - or whatever!?
croydonpeer - 12 Apr 2019 23:22
I beg to differ - wouldn't you want to know if you intend making a special journey somewhere whether or not a place you want to visit is still open?
Snarling_Mallard - 12 Apr 2019 21:41
This site is about trading pubs, their beers and character. Not ones that have been replaced/rebuilt as something else - or demolished.
croydonpeer - 12 Apr 2019 12:42
Thank you, Ellisref.

It's always helpful to know what finally happens to these closed down places, and whether there is any likelihood of their opening as pubs again. In this case it would appear to be minimal.

There's also the general interest. We've had everything from babywear shops to Buddhist temples.
Hulots_hat - 12 Apr 2019 09:47
Posted as closed about eight years ago!
randolf7 - 12 Apr 2019 08:26
Now a private house, still run down.
ellisref - 12 Apr 2019 08:19
This pub is closed and boarded up. However, the next door Station Hotel, in the GBG but does not appear on this site, is well worth a visit for both food & drinks.
oftenscore6 - 31 Jul 2011 22:08

For me this is just an OK sort of pub. It is clean, comfortable and the staff are friendly. Only one hand pump, currently Bombardier, which was pretty good. So too were the landlady’s homemade chips.

It is not the sort of pub that I want to rush back to, but equally, it will not be a pub that I will avoid when I visit Worksop again.

steve2905 - 22 Jun 2009 05:14
I'm glad this pub has been turned around again.
in my youth, it was always a pleasant place, with good food and a nice selection of real ales.
its a small-fronted building, but goes way,way back inside!

reynard - 9 Jul 2008 17:44
The Pub is under new Manangement and has undergone a refurb. The pub is looking nice and clean. The new staff are friendly and were very welcoming. We had a Sunday Dinner and all the food was home made it was absolutely delicious then choc fudge cake to follow. The menu is huge with lots of choice. We shall be returning again very soon. The atmosphere was nice and relaxed and we found this a very pleasant trip.
george36 - 9 Jan 2008 14:08
was a nice pub when i last visited 3 years ago. what has happened??? no toilet door on the gents loo, lovely, no needed to ask why. atmosphere unpleasent, not the pub it used to be
foggie - 3 Apr 2006 23:37
there is stange dip in the floor that always nearly fells me everytime i frequent the pub, which aint too often to be honest. It's ok though. Sells beer, nice one.
howiebeat77 - 11 Sep 2005 19:00
A no nonsense edge of town local's pub. On my visit they had 2 real ales and plenty of lagers/keg stuff.

They have a great lunchtime menu -11 inch baguettes for less than £3 and 3 or 4 different curries for £5.50.

Well worth a visit on the way into or out of town from the train station (100 yds away)
Cobbo - 29 May 2004 10:29

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