Corn Dolly
110 Bolton Road
West Yorkshire
BD1 4DE.
(01274) 720219.


Mon-Sat 11.30-11, Sun 12-10.30  





Corn Dolly  

The Corn dolly is probably the second best pub in Bradford and happens to be on the opposite side of the valley - there's no justice is there? Essentially a bit of a girls name for what ostensibly is a man's pub. It is situated out by the trading estate, but very close to the city centre and train station. Lunchtimes therefore are a busy affair with people coming in for the value lunches they do, even calling their orders in advance. Entrance is up a couple of steps and though there is a flat entrance to the side, it is still not really good for the disabled. Inside it is pretty dark with low ceilings and beams everywhere. This is a small pub with just the one room with a partition that screens off the pool table area. The long bar is at the back of the pub and has eight hand pumps on it. Four of these are regulars including their own Corn Dolly Bitter brewed by Moorhouses. The guests range from close at hand to further afield and are usually priced around the ?2.10 mark. All are well kept and served without tight sparkler, which makes a change. The seating is sparse as there are only a few round/square tables around the edge of the lounge - this has a bench seat around the wall. Covering those walls are pump clips and awards from the local CAMRA branch. Note the slope up to the bar. There is food served here and although it is not a large menu, the food is good value and plentiful, served only at lunchtimes though. This pub is well worth seeking out. There is a real fire in winter, though not always lit at lunchtimes as they also have radiators. An outdoor drinking area is available, but beware, there is a dual carriageway at the rear.



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