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Flanagan's, Hammersmith

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Apparently it's now called The Egerton Family pub. Has website and Facebook page.
IMG1975 - 7 Aug 2012 13:44
I see its up for rent (as of September 09).

Seems to be a bit of a money pit - still at least the properties owners are getting rich off the back off all those successive unsuccessful landlords.
Planner_21 - 11 Sep 2009 13:03
HEY ALL I SEE THE OLD PRINCE HAS GONE AND BEEN REPLACED. i USED TO WORK HERE BACK IN 1991 OR SO WHEN BREDA AND THE GANG WERE THERE. iT WAS MAGIC BACK THEN GREAT CRACK LATE NIGHTS. nOT SURE IF ANY REGULARS ARE STILL AROUND. Caroline was a barmaid then with myself and any real regular would remember Ralph the only manager i know that got barred from drinking in his own pub. There use to be polo who looked after the school i could name alot of great guys Ted,Mick*3,ginger,cathy,mark from tyrone. ALOT MUST HAVE CHANGED IN TH YEARS BACK THEN TOMMY AND PHIL OWENED THE PLACE. mET SOME GREAT FRIENDS THERE ALOT OF AUSSIES AND WE HAD SOME SESSIONS. hOPEFULLY MIGHT GET OVER TO CHECK OUT THE NEW PLACE SOON.
ciaranb - 28 Mar 2009 14:30
Flanagan's is back (uder new management) - well it is still to be decided what it will be called - yes another name change - but the grey is going - finally. The inside has been painted as well. And the staff are friendly, you will even get a smile. Food is coming back online, good home cooked meals, reasonably priced. There is live sport and plently of tv's to watch so you won't have to hurt your neck trying to see it. All in all looks like it will be an excellent pub. Great for a quick pint on your way home or an escape for the evening.
samd - 27 Feb 2009 19:05
Dean Gaffney's favourite colour is grey.
wizzard - 6 Nov 2008 17:55
Firstly the beer, food an local patrons seem not to have changed but the exterior has. As Flanagan's the exterior was painted burgandy which was sympathetic with the tudor architecture. With the change in name they've completed an unecessary and poor quality blue-grey paint job, which we thought initially was the undercoat but now appears is going to stay. Otherwise, third change in name within a year and no significant difference to atmosphere, prices, drinks and food on offer.
BettyS - 28 Oct 2008 17:17
Now called Gaffney's after it was bought and refurbished by the television actor and Hammersmith lad Dean Gaffney. I can recommend the Magner's.
wizzard - 21 Oct 2008 16:42
Just had ANOTHER new name. Now called Gaffney's
anonymous - 14 Oct 2008 21:48
No real ale Iím afraid, but Fosters, Stella, Amstell, Heineken, Strongbow, John Smiths Smoothflow and of course Guinness are available in this Irish pub. Three screens and the ability to air Sky and Setanta give this pub a sporty feel.

I found the barmaid to be pleasant enough although there were only 4 other people in the whole pub and I still had to stand behind them to order as they never acknowledged my presence.

Apart from the tossers at the bar this seemed to be an OK pub and if I was going past I would visit again.
Strongers - 6 Jun 2008 15:51
It's called Flangans now. On the plus side the beer is good and well-priced and it's hard to go wrong with the food, especially the sunday dinners which top anything nearby for value and quality. On the downside the staff could smile a bit more - they all look like they're dreading being sacked for something or another.
random_ranger - 23 May 2008 16:54
Flynns Bar and Diner celebrated 4 years trading in October, it was a mighty birthday party, a gorgeous free buffet was provided, and locals and visitors enjoyed a great night!
TucanFinucane - 24 Nov 2006 08:24
Hobbit hole.
wizzard - 4 Oct 2006 12:15
Went in here yesterday fairly impressed
juzza - 8 Jul 2006 10:46
Went here on Easter Monday - and they had a barbeque outside. £5 for a plate of tit-bits which I didn't think too much of, but inside was good for the footie - 3 screens, so you could watch Chelsea v Everton regardless where you were sat. Prices are reasonable and there's a good range.

Also, one of the only pubs in H'smith you can take the kids too...
CheekyShepherd - 18 Apr 2006 12:33
Hard to express how absolutely devastated I am to read the last review.

This was without doubt my favourite pub in all of London. Even worth a £30 taxi fare home when I moved to N.London! The place had a lovely atmosphere and you always felt welcome and cosy. The staff were a team and you could tell that they all got on well. The landlady was phenomenal and really cared about her team and her customers.

This really is a sad sad loss

I'll rate it on what I would have rated it before because I've not experienced it's new state
sagn - 27 Nov 2005 13:27
This pub is a must on ST Patricks Day....forget the rest and head straight here.
Stella_Fella - 17 Sep 2005 00:33
Brenda, why did you leave??
Bush - 3 Apr 2005 22:47
This pub rocks, i been going there for a few years now and have neva had a bad night:)
anonymous - 20 Jan 2005 12:02
I wanted to hate this place when I found out it was a chain but it was impossible. I was in there for a bit of an all day Sunday session and it was quality. Incredibly efficient bar staff, really friendly locals of all ages and even the Irish band playing covers were pretty good. Believe me, I have seen hundreds and they are usually terrible and trot out the same old tired numbers, maybe I was lucky on this day. The best thing though in a pub that was rammed with people getting to all stages of drunkenness was that there was no menace whatsoever. Just lots of smiles, lots of dancing and a proper good laugh.
John - jcmccooke@aol.com - 30 Oct 2004 12:11
The best pub in london and what a land lady!! Brenda you are a Queen
Pedro Raxworthy - 17 Sep 2004 09:26
Brilliant pub, only pub in Hammersmith really still frequented by the locals. Makes a nice changed not to be rushed out of the door at 23.05 (unlike most pubs in Hammersmith)
Hammersmith Max - 7 Aug 2004 20:56
reminds me of places i used to frequent when i was young.....a long way away..in perth west australia.....i dont know why but i used to have a good time there then & i had a good time here too!
sue - 4 Apr 2004 16:50
Excellent pub - pleasant staff and top class food. Mixed age crowd. I look forward to visiting again as soon as possible.
Paul Sharkey - paulsharkey@37.com - 16 Mar 2004 13:13
yeah so its another 'fake'irish pub.....but great atmosphere on a friday/sat night...full of people of all ages just having a good time.i had a good time too........
millym - 22 Feb 2004 23:52
with out a doubt a pub easy to find and very hard to leave

georgina - 29 Jan 2004 12:28
Bad enough when it was the Prince of Wales, this is now yet another pseudo Irish theme pub.
chris - 3 Nov 2003 16:40

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