This is the 2nd of the towns spoons. On our early evening visit the place was booming. We where here for 'rock and roll bingo' but struggled to get a seat. We did manage tho and the bingo was an entertaining hour and it obviously has its regulars as after it was over the place thinned a little.
This is obviously where the younger (me and my friend are 38 and 21 respectively) revellers in the town start thier night out.
Although i found the door staff very good doing I.D. checks on the floor for any one who may gave gotten past them, i did find it very rowdy for a spoons and the venue was left in quite a state.
We did visit for a drink in the afternoon and it seemed more 'typical spoons' but we only stayed for one and sat outside.
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