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Jack Stamps, Weston Super Mare - pub details

Address: 57-59 Regent Street, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, BS23 1SP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24442) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Weston-super-mare (0.3 miles), Weston Milton (1.6 miles), Worle (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of Jack Stamps, Weston Super Mare

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

As D J C points out this place does have an unpleasant atmosphere.

This was me and my Missus first pub in Weston and it was not a good first impression.

Rough blokes and rough birds, although at the time I did not know but this seems to be the norm in Weston.

Oh and as pointed out earlier now called Tavern in the town.

3/10 AVOID!
montie49 - 25 May 2015 18:10
As FBB pointed out five years ago, this is now called Tavern Inn the Town and is a large free-standing pub right in the centre of town, it would appear to be aimed at a younger crowd, being rather dark and loud, but to be fair they did have a couple of unusual local beers on which is more than might be expected from such a venue.

It’s an open, L-shape pub with the space only broken up by some small wooden partitions. There is a small stage area in one corner and this was in use by various (bad) karaoke singers on a recent Friday evening visit. When there were no punters signing, karaoke duties were taken over by the landlady, who was, unfortunately, equally bad. It was difficult to discern much in the way of décor due to the subdued lighting, and the red and green dots of light from a glitter ball bouncing around everywhere, such as all over your friend’s faces, was rather off putting when you’re trying to have a conversation.

There was a pool table at one end and a couple of smallish LCD TV’s dotted around, but these were not too obtrusive and there were also a number of black and white photos on the walls. The menu looked to be a fairly typical, mass-produced “pub grub” affair with options such as Chilli Con Carne, Fish & Chips, Lasagne and a Curry of the Day. These were mostly priced at around the £6 - £7 mark.

Beers on tap were Piston Broke and Tunnel Vision from the Box Steam Brewery. There was a third pump on the bar, but this was not in use. Ciders were better represented with Blackthorn, Strongbow, Thatcher’s Dry and Thatcher’s Gold.
Blackthorn - 21 Oct 2013 17:21
The sign outside says Real Ale, and there are three hand-pumps on the bar, but none of them were dispensing anything when I went in. The barman was unconcerned, and the place had a rather unpleasant atmosphere. One to be avoided in my view.
D_J_C - 17 Apr 2010 00:37
NOW CALLED: THE TAVERN INN THE TOWN
Only courage on ale-wise, but they do have a good resident dj on sat nights if u like some 80s cheese, 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 6 Apr 2008 20:55

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