Mr Smiths: Cheese
This place closed, opened has different clubs but is now reopened has MR Smiths again.
No idea what it is like.
If you like Cheese with your Night out try Mr Smiths, Not that I'm recomending the place. Last time I went I got fed up of Teenagers and YMCA.
There is sometimes trouble with fightings inside and out. Plenty of peole who can't take their drink. There has been stabbings on more than one occasion.
The place was made famous from it's Hit man and Her series run live on National Television.
There is also a 14 - 17 y/o night.
Dress Code: Smart, No trainers, jeans or track suites
The Lord Rodney.: Irish Music
No longer of the Irish flavour and no more good Ale.
This is not an Irish Theme pub. It is a pub run by an Irish man and frequented by the warrington locals. Each Friday and Saturday there is a live Irish band on.
It's a good night.
Dress Code: No dress requirements as long as you are dressed.
The Irish Club: Irish People
This is not an Irish Theme Pub!
It's the local Irish community Club. Alot of the Irish community frequent this club along with other locals. (All welcome) I visited with an Irish friend a few weeks back and was bought a pint by the Landlord. They have weekly live music and do a good pint of Guiness.
Prices are very good. I don't think they doo food.
Dress Code: No dress code. They have a bar and a lounge along with a function room with stage. Thers's a bowling green and snooker tables.