The recent Keanís Head located opposite the historic St Maryís Church in the Lace Market is a relatively new recruit for the expanding Castle Rock Brewery. The pub is not the best of the Castle Rock pubs and the prices set in the pub tend to be higher than the other pubs belonging to the Brewery. The pub tends to attract a lot of up market clientele in here.
The pub takes itís name from the 19th century Edmund Kean who once performed at the original Theatre Royal, which was located near to where the present pub stands today. The boozer offers up to six cask beers and a range of continental beers. The pub also serves decent hot typical pub grub for a reasonable price. Be careful as the prices of drinks in here are expensive, sometimes four pound for a pint!!!
I went to this pub mid week on a Wednesday afternoon and its was very quiet when I went in. Perhaps the location of the pub deters customers from coming in, who knows. Good selection of real ales were on the bar. The Castle Rocks famous Harvest Pale was a winner of the day for me. After a couple of pints it was time for a p*ss.
The bogs here are located to the left of the bar on the far side of the pub as you walk in. One cubicle available here plus three urinals. The tiles in this bog are black and very shiny. Not a bad bog overall. Small pub and small bogs.
Rate these toilets 7/10.
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