Pubs / Clubs, Gibraltar
We have stopped at the Star Pub before heading to the apartment for a quick drink and to get the feel of the place.
The owner which he was by the door he politely greeting us before he took our orders.
The pub it’s dated from 1839 and it has a dark wooden bar but I don’t think it’s the original an deverything inside the pub it has got the British pub atmosphere.
The service it was quick as it was just us and two more couples inside.
The pub does the normal pub food such as fish & chips, pie & chips, sandwiches, paninis and salads. Also they do English breakfast and they serve food from 7.00am to 22.00pm.
They have draught beers and bottle beers, wines and a very good coffee.
Their happy hour starts from 9.00pm until 23.00pm every day.
Address: Parliament Lane
Directions: Between Main Street and Irish Town.
for those Brits who miss their home comforts when in the south of Spain it must be great to pop over the border to get warm, flat, brown beer to wash down their fish + chips or fried breakfast;
not for me...prefer the Spanish way!
Address: all over
Directions: its small; just walk around!Related to:
Thursday nights at The Tunnel in Casemates Square is karaoke night and a great time can be had by all. On our night there we had locals, tourists and squaddies. All joined in and a great time was had by all.
Address: The Tunnel, Casemates Square
Directions: At the end of Casemates Square opposite Main Street.
Go to a pub called 'The Angry Friar' at the end of themain street in the evening or late afternoon. Watch out for a couple of Brits who seem like fun guys working in IT. they are my friends and they will tell you all you need to know. Say hi from me!
Walk across the border to La Linea and find 'The Square' (ask the Gibbos for it).
All the La Linean people united with loads of young people from Gibraltar having fun in the square which has many bars where they sell lethal drinks for little money. (Makes a nice change to Gib).
situated at main street bottom (coming from spain)...a lot of pubs to enjoy british ale(s),of course!
And when you return to the town, visit the Horseshoe pub and have a nice refreshing beer or two...