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The Terrace Tavern, Gravesend - pub details

Address: 46 The Terrace, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2BJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32708) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Higham (2.1 miles), Cuxton (2.8 miles), Sole Street (3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.0/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of the Terrace Tavern, Gravesend

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Up for auction with planning consent for conversion into flats.
ridleyman - 30 Jun 2012 20:57
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TWOJACKRUSSELLS - 3 Nov 2010 04:18
We were pulled in as the Crown & Thistle (almost next door) hadn't opened. We had a good condition real ale at an amazing price, £1-50! The place needs some tender loving care though, I am not sure she knows whether to be a youngsters pub, food pub or real ale destination. Given the amount of pubs in Gravesend I expect the owners need to come up with something a bit special. The bar-maid tells me that they are trying to source etched windows for the front.
elpescado - 4 Jul 2010 17:53
A rather plain and uninteresting pub not helped by being virtually next door to the excellent Crown & Thistle. The exterior is probably its best feature with its classic tiling and old brewery wording. Several etched windows are still intact although any broken ones have sadly been replaced by plain glass. The interior feels more like a social club with unadventurous décor, round the edge seating and even a small dance floor. There is a large plasma screen and a couple of fruit machines but not really much else to attract the passer by. The Ales (Spitfire and Pride) were both off although I was not expecting to find any in the first place. For the summer months there is a decent beer garden but for the most part, the pub lacks any real pulling power and certainly wouldn’t divert the average punter from its neighbour.
RogerB - 25 Mar 2008 15:05

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