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It's surprising how very few dog friendly pubs / cafes / restaurants there are in Bournemouth town centre, this being only one of 2 (You can sit outside at most places but not inside if you have a dog). We were made to feel very...More
Visited on a very cold day for lunch. Relaxed and friendly atmosphere . We received table service and could not finish our club sandwiches which was simply too much. Staff offered a "doggy bag " . Excellent value for money. Very unusual venue, alas we...More
Visited this place with friends for the first time. It was friendly, had unobtrusive but present security on the door. Met up with a group of friends. Wide age group there enjoying the live music and well priced drinks especially before 2000. Really nice helpful...More
A fantastic dog friendly venue!
We made plans with friends mid morning on a Saturday. Thinking ahead I decided to book a table online, which I would recommend as it’s a busy place. We had a booth which was great because between the 4 of...More
•great food. Reasonably priced ( burgers are amazing )
• chilled atmosphere
• vast drinks menu- again reasonably priced
• Staff- every member of staff was attentive, welcoming, friendly, upbeat.
Thanks for a lovely evening meal!
Hi all, i tend to write alot of very very long and complicated reviews about a place but this place knocked my socks off! The service was good, (not amazing but i cannot remember her name but she had a tattoo of a lady on...More
Popped in on a Sunday late afternoon. Great live music and friendly bar staff. Sensible beer prices and good atmosphere. Haven’t tried the food but menu looks tasty. Nice place for drink after shopping.
I visited the Dancing Moose last weekend for a bottomless brunch with my friends. The restaurant is done up very well and has a great atmosphere. We were sat down quickly and the original waiter who served us (bald man with a beard) was very...More