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My top 5:

1. Nottingham (the house of the poet)
2. London (Baker Street)
3. Edinburgh (George Street)
4. Liverpool (The biggest one...!)
5. Hull (The old chapel?)
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(Original post by happysunshine)
My top 5:

1. Nottingham (the house of the poet)
2. London (Baker Street)
3. Edinburgh (George Street)
4. Liverpool (The biggest one...!)
5. Hull (The old chappel?)
theres one in chesterfield thats quite nice! the toilets r ace!
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I'm biased, but i agree Nottingham, except it's always chocablok!!
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I'm biased, but i agree Nottingham, except it's always chocablok!!
Oooh yeah! You know where it is! Is there three there? I went to two, one around the Schuh shop and then the one near the hello kitty shop... and that one was the best
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I've been to the Geoge Street one. My favourite wetherspoons is probably the Moon Under Water on Deansgate Manchester which is in the guiness book of records for being the biggest pub in the UK.

There is one in central London on Edgeware Road which is quite nice.
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There is one in central London on Edgeware Road which is quite nice.
I've been to two in Central London. One next to Baker Street tube station and the other near Carnaby Street. Not sure if any of them are Edgeware Road. :confused:
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Has anyone been to the one in Hexham, Northumbria? It used to be an old theater/cinema.
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Moon Under Water, Leicester Square, London
Moon Under Water, Charing Cross Road, London
Wetherspoons, Nottingham
The Flying Standard, Coventry
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(Original post by happysunshine)
My top 5:

1. Nottingham (the house of the poet)
2. London (Baker Street)
3. Edinburgh (George Street)
4. Liverpool (The biggest one...!)
5. Hull (The old chapel?)
Hmm, me hopes you only eat foord and drinks coke in such establishments.

Personally, the one in Brunley is quite nice, I guess but the one in BBurn is WAY TOO HUGE. It was the old postal office or something. There are two in Southampton, the one near all the solicitors is best.
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Hmm, me hopes you only eat foord and drinks coke in such establishments.

Personally, the one in Brunley is quite nice, I guess but the one in BBurn is WAY TOO HUGE. It was the old postal office or something. There are two in Southampton, the one near all the solicitors is best.
Of course... I've only been chucked out once
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Yeah its about the best drinking hole in Hexham! I don't like Wetherspoon's pubs though, no atmos. Although, I remember The Magic Box in Cheltenham Road in Bristol had tasty nosh and friendly staff.
Excellent! I built that! (Me and Declan Donolly's brother who happens to be a good friend of mine and is contracts manager for the company I used to work for!)

We did a fuc*in good job on that!
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a lot of em can b pretty drab sometimes tho, the one local to me is always cold and dark
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Wow, its a well connected place, I met Robson Green when I was in there. You're a dark horse aren't you?
Is it well connected? I havn't been in it since it was finished (must have been around 1999)
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Its on Edgeware Road next to the Odean Cinema near the Hyde Park end of Oxford Street.
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My top 5:

1. Nottingham (the house of the poet)
2. London (Baker Street)
3. Edinburgh (George Street)
4. Liverpool (The biggest one...!)
5. Hull (The old chapel?)

Must admit Nottingham Weatherspoon's, convieniently named "Weatherspoons" is a great one.

Just off Old Market Square - now served by the Nottingham Express Transit.
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Must admit Nottingham Weatherspoon's, convieniently named "Weatherspoons" is a great one.

Just off Old Market Square - now served by the Nottingham Express Transit.
Is that the newish looking one?
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whats a weatherspoon
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(Original post by happysunshine)
Is that the newish looking one?
Yeah pretty new looking, but it's been there a couple of years I reckon.

Even somewhere like Mansfield has two Spoonies, The Court House (Bottom Weatherspoons) and The Widowfrost (Top Weatherspoons).
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whats a weatherspoon
A chain of public houses - the one that famously doesn't allow music or entertainments - nor do they allow a whole range of four letter profanities if I remember the news from a while ago correctly.
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