A historic place in the town, this pub has a loyal crowd and its low ceiling, low lighting cosy feel is probably the reason why this seems to be a popular place to drink. The entrance is set back from the road down an alleyway and it shares a rear courtyard area with the Brass Cat pub. The main room includes a ’Cheers’ style bar serving two areas on either side, there is another small room off the main one too. Judging by the array of pump clips over the bar this place has had an eclectic mix of real ale choices over the years although it does seem they are at the bar one at a time complimenting the permanent fixture that is Tetley’s cask ale. The rest of the drinks on the bar are keg ales and lagers. Live sport is shown here and this is a live music venue too.