WHO Poll
Q:



Agent Scud 1:51 Wed Nov 7
Cheltenham - Night out.
Any recommendation for eating and drinking in Cheltenham?

I have to spend next Thursday night there with a work colleague, staying in the town center.

Despise places with obnoxiously loud modern music and have a preference for older style pubs with a decent beer selection.

Cheers in advance.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Gloucester Iron 12:51 Thu Nov 8
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
The Tailor's for a pint and The Lucky Onion for scran...

Dr Moose 11:17 Thu Nov 8
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
bruuuno

If you're driving you've got the cotswolds, you can drive to places like boughton-on-the-water, park up walk around, lunch in one of the pubs the missus will love it.

Side of Ham 10:55 Thu Nov 8
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
Go to The Aviary bruuuno and perch yourself up for the evening.

bruuuno 1:55 Thu Nov 8
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
I’m going there on Saturday too with the bird if anyone can suggest anything decent to do?

Sorry for hijacking the thread op

Johnson 3:22 Wed Nov 7
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
Most boozers in Cheltenham have gone a bit hipster, where are you staying?

Sarge 2:40 Wed Nov 7
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
take the friday off and go racing

Dr Moose 2:28 Wed Nov 7
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
Simpsons for the best fish n chips you'll ever taste, its about 10 mins in a cab from centre.

Keeno78 2:20 Wed Nov 7
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
Wild Beer in the centre of town for decent ales and good food.

Bottle of Sauce does a happy hour 5-7 with half price Dojo lager/ale also - well worth the visit if having a few slurps.

UNIHAMMERED 2:10 Wed Nov 7
Re: Cheltenham - Night out.
https://whatpub.com/search?q=cheltenham&lat=51.8998&lng=-2.07518&r=10&t=t&p=1&features=Pub%2COpen%2CRealAle





Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: