|Would benefit from a sign saying no burberry or rockport!!! less blue paint and real food and real ale!|
|Submitted by Ginge78 on 21/10/2005 13:59:52|
|Thank's "Chocky". It may be crap now, it's over 25 years since I was there when it was great, rough but great, a super darts team, great personalities & characters. What's happened??|
|Submitted by Mark Thornton on 15/07/2005 21:18:05|
|Yes, i agree with `thorno`, this is a fab little pub, if you are in deed deaf, dumb and blind!!!|
|Submitted by Bob Dairy Milk on 04/07/2005 20:53:04|
|Oh Dear, seems that my good memories are being killed! Whose brewery is it now, how about helping instead of moaning ? Should I send reviews to proprietor/brewery - which brewery? Come on, this place has a great history, how can we help ?? Suggestions please.|
|Submitted by Mark Thornton on 04/07/2005 20:46:32|
|Hope this `hole` gets turned into a glass and chav bar soon, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm |
|Submitted by Gavin Hilton, `chav` on 03/07/2005 09:25:13|
|This place is dying. Up for sale, currently has no more than 2 real ales on and has an air of doom and neglect about it.|
Pity, it used to be a 10/10 pub. Let's hope it doesn't get turned into another chrome and glass chav bar.
|Submitted by Pete Fenelon on 03/07/2005 00:51:50|
|I used to be a regular to this pub when it was the Yorkshire Hussar(s), a Camerons brewery pub run by a guy called Mal Donnely & wife. Located directly opposite what used to be called the Viking Hotel where I used to work. This was in 1977-79 and when the road used to flood due to the Ouse breaking it's banks we repeatedly had to be evacuated by boat in the early hours - Great extended drinking time!! Brings back many happy memories.|
|Submitted by Mark Thornton on 12/06/2005 16:24:53|
|I thought The First Hussar was fairly reasonable. I pub just of the Micklegate track with real ale and no loud people. The landlord had a joke or two and there was lots of choice in beverages. Will certainly visit again, though for quiet drinks only. |
|Submitted by Jon on 18/05/2004 09:38:37|
Haven't been in since it was a Tap a Spile and it was like seeing the murdered body of an old friend.
The wood panelling looks straight out of MFI and the food is boil-in-the-bag crap.
A sad excuse for a pub.
|Submitted by Steve on 06/11/2002 11:46:27|
|Used to be a dead cert 10 out of 10 favourite of mine when Kev Knox ran it (back in the early "Other Tap and Spile" days). Cellarmanship's become a bit variable, choice of beer's usually OK.|
|Submitted by Pete Fenelon on 30/09/2002 11:17:48|
|Great range of real ale, and the weirdest yet fantastic live entertainment on a wednesday with some poet chap named Adrian.|
|Submitted by Pete on 02/04/2002 13:11:15|