All Bar One
This is a rather daunting place from the outside or from across the square- a rather prime location but its super packed with hundreds of chrome tables and chairs outside and once in the door the bar is sperated onto 3 very crowded levels, seperated by a staggered set of stairs. Bars serve the first two floors, they are very long with high wine racks behind them making for an impressive display at the bar which is done in a white marble decorated with fresh flowers. Its certainly the sort of place that feels alive for the summer and the alcohol is pretty cheap for the area at £2.50 a pint. The onyl downside is no-where to sit with your drink and you find yourself ina rather awkward corner of an already over-crowded pub. It feels spacious however by the high ceilings and in this way it seems more warehouse-y that other all bar ones.
Nothing special about it of course, similar to everyone of its type but worth a look in for a drink after work if you can steal a chair or two- overall 6/10