If you want to escape the chain experience of Watford. Try Bodega, comfy sofa's and dripping candles from the massive fire place. It is not cheap, so it's more of a once in a while experience. It does get really busy at the weekends, so if you want a table get there early. Opens at 5pm. Great choice of beer and wine with unusual tasty bites. The garden is a great place to escape Watford in the Summer.
Dress Code: No specific dress code, but if you wandered in your builders work gear, you might feel just a bit out of place.
Same as all Whetherspoon pubs, the main reason to go is for cheap drinks, it tends to be a popular meeting place if you're going 'out on the town,' although they have a policy of no music or tvs so you have to make your own atmosphere (but don't sing or they'll ask you to leave!)
Their real ales have a good reputation, also the price and qualiy of the food is reasonable and the service is too.
If you've been to any other whetherspoons in the country you'll have a fair idea what to expect.
Dress Code: None.
Usual cheesey tunes, often long queues to get in but one of the few places open past 1am so usually ends up fairly busy. Drinks expensive, entrance fee about average for the area (cheaper the earlier you go -ie before 10pm)
The kind of place you loved when you were 18, now you vow not to end up there at the beginning of the night but always end up there anyway!!
its your stardard towny club, nothing special but not bad.
Dress Code: i think no jeans and trainers, especially at the weekend, dont know about the week.