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The Dart, Dartford - pub details

Address: 30 Chastillian Road, Dartford, Kent, DA1 3JJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32084) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crayford (0.7 miles), Dartford (1.3 miles), Slade Green (1.8 miles)

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user reviews of the Dart, Dartford

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Both bars have recently been refurbished to a high standard, leather sofas and what not as well as two big T.V s for the football

Bit of a locals pub, but seeing as most of them are friendly enough its not long before you get chatting.

In all good atmosphere and good beer.
bowmore - 11 Sep 2008 11:15
Until the arrival of Wetherspoons in the town centre in the mid 90ís, the Dart was Dartfordís newest pub, opening in 1958. Set in a residential area midway between Dartford and Crayford, it is not a place you would really come across unless you were looking for it and to be honest there is little from the outside to warrant more than a courtesy glance. The interior is divided into 2 bars, the main bar being 1 large room, truncated by an isolated supporting wall containing a stone fireplace in the centre. The floor is bare and seating is soft padded retro style. It feels a bit like a holiday camp bar or a social club and to be frank, I didnít expect much more. I was also not expecting any Ales but was pleasantly surprised to find 3 handpumps - Bombardier and Harveys (in good nick) with 1 pump currently redundant. From the display of pump clips adoning the bar canopy and encircling the room they have had some pretty decent brews passing through (albeit the presence of the likes of Strongbow and Carling clips is perhaps pushing the display to the extreme). There is a separate public bar with pool table and beer garden to the rear. Not the most appealing of pubs and I was there during a quiet spell so I am not sure what it is like at peak times but worth a lucky dip if passing just for the possibility of catching the occasional unusual beer.
RogerB - 1 Apr 2008 22:55

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