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Sir Titus Salt, Bradford - pub details

Sir Titus Salt
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Address: Unit B Windsor Baths, Morley Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9547) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bradford Interchange (0.3 miles), Bradford Forster Square (0.5 miles), Frizinghall (2.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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Former baths and Wetherspoon's branch that is now looking very dilapidated. Surprising since it hasn't been closed that long.
blue_scrumpy - 1 May 2018 21:03
Went past today and it was closed, a notice on the door citing a small refurbishment due to "unforeseen circumstances". But looking at the two most recent reviews it would suggest it has been closed for a few months. It no longer appears on the Wetherspoons web site so guess it's safe to say it has either closed for good or has been sold.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Jul 2017 22:41
Has this place reopened yet? Stonegate have been purchasing a few old wetherspoons is this one of them?
Thelittleman - 21 Mar 2017 13:29
The Sir Titus Salt facebook page has informed its followers that it will no longer be a Wetherspoons from the 5th of March, 2017. A shame really as it was quite a pretty wetherspoons and was quite good for a wetherspoons from my experiences. Hopefully something useful is done with the place, preferably a decent pub, seems like a fair few of pubs in the centre of Bradford are closing soon, some of them may not be missed but this one is one that it will be a shame to see gone. Considering that some cities have 5 or more wetherspoons which aren't half as characterful as this one, you would think that Tim Martin would try and safe this one at the expense of one in another city, or even the lloyds bar down the road. I guess though this is a case of getting rid of the dead wood/less profitable establishments.
Wezzielad - 15 Feb 2017 16:36
Entered via the Morley Street entrance and there was a rather unpleasant toilet smell as I climbed the steps up to the bar level. Not a great first impression. On entering I spotted a bank of 5 hand pumps, 2 were taken up by Wetherspoons standard ales Abbot and Ruddles. Remaining 3 were all available and featured something a bit different. I went for a pint of Ilkley Gold (Ilkley Brewery), a pale at 3.9% and costing £2.20. Served with a creamy head, this was a refreshing ale.

My otherwise peaceful lunch time visit was spoilt somewhat by a group of two women and two children who decided to seat themselves on the table next to me. The kids were noisy and running about the place and one of the women had a rather nasal American accent, which did grate on me somewhat. To be fair to the staff, once they had ordered food they brought over crayons and colouring stuff to attempt to occupy the kids.

The place is fairly standard in terms of Wetherspoons layout, though there was a fire in the centre of the seating area with tables facing it. It doesn't feel like one big open barn as sections of wall help to break up the place into sections. There was a "tick and pick" chalk board listing real ales near the bar, but was more of a chance to tick off your favourite rather than being a menu of what was currently available.

Before leaving I noticed there was a further bank of 5 pump, looked like Abbot and Ruddles were duplicated, also looked like there was a Doom Bar pump but couldn't see the other two.

Exited via the Randall Well Street entrance which was a bit more pleasant than Morley Street, but still had that "pavement toilet" aroma in the doorway but perhaps to a lesser extent than the other side. There were a handful of small tables on the street outside for outside drinking.

Overall, not a bad pub, and a decent pint.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Feb 2015 10:29

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