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As soon as you walk in through the door you notice how clean the place is. It's all about first impressions and they have got this right.
The amount of gins available is amazing. They are all well prices and beautifully garnished with fresh fruit....More
I’m a disabled person and was in here a week ago
The disabled toilet was broken
A week later and the toilet is still broken and now the lock on the door is also broken
How are we disabled people supposed to use your facilities...More
A busy and bustling bar takes car of the masses. A huge inventory of gins (which makes sense) but bar staff that know their way around a crowd looking for drafts, drinks and shots.
Plenty of room to grab a high or low table or...More
Popped in to watch the football with my Football mad son, stood at the bar for twenty minutes only to have a bar member tell me I couldn’t have my 10 year old son in. 1715 on a Saturday afternoon ! Absolute joke , if...More
Visited Hogarths last night (Thursday 9th August) with my wife and a group of friends for our wedding anniversary. Drinks prices were cheap, and the bar staff were polite and very quick at serving us, even thou it was busy and had entertainment on. The...More
Popped in here for a few drinks and to watch the football. There's a lot of screens and space. Plenty of bar staff. The beer is quality and lots of options. The beer garden is huge and lots of seating with a couple of TV...More
Hogarths is an over 18 bar in Commercial Street Hereford. It has plenty of character and a great selection of specialty gin and for non gin lovers they serve other drinks as well,vodka, larger, cider etc.
I went for an after work drink with some...More
On our way into Hogarths, a customer who was worse for ware, collapsed down the steps in the doorway, and started to fit, we immediately went to help him, we managed to settle him but once again he fitted, we shouted to someone to get...More
I get the nominal reference to the lithographic representation of gin being the destroyer of social fabric in the 1750s - like social media today I suspect.
The pub sits between Yates and Wetherspoons, both literally and metaphorically. Prices are low, so is the quality...More