Address:

The Bishop Blaise
114 Friar Gate
Derby
Derbyshire
DE1 1EX
(01332) 297065.


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The Bishop Blaise  

This used to be a traditional pub, but recently it has gone all 'bar' like with light wood furniture and a paint job that makes it more appealing to women and more like a wine bar. It still serves real ale, though the fonts are modern silver things.

The inside is a single bar (two distinct areas) with a wooden hatch type serving area. There are tall ceilings and old pictures of Derby on the walls; towards the back is a wooden floor area. There is also a huge mirror from the days when the Hoskins brewery actually brewed beer.

The area as you enter has lots of benches and tables and the area to the rear has high and low tables with stools and chairs.

The choice of beers is not as good as it used to be, with just three nationals on.

Food is from a select menu and is brassiere orientated. Popular with students (residences just up the road) this pub can get busy, however, the ales never cease to amaze. Access for the disabled is possible.

Toilets are basic and cold in winter, but serviceable.

No accommodation here.


 

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Beers:

up to 3 ales 


 

Accommodation: 

Red Setters guest House
85 Curzon Street
Derby, DE1 1LN
(01332) 362770


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