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  • Another coup of a bar is the crit where old abedoomian loons talk the dorrick and try to speak louder than each other its like been in a chicken battery farm.
  • Cheerz - great for guys who liked getting poked from behind and gals who like to get stuck into another lasses rug. I have grabbed many a lads crotche in there with little resistance. Plus it has great atmosphere and a club upstairs till the wee small hours and a;ll drinks are very good value.
  • Prince of Wales. Hopefully they still don't play background music.
  • Noose and Monkey, Dave is a Legend
  • Ma's
  • Archies, Blackfriars, Noose and monkey, The Globe Inn,
  • Noose and Monkey
  • The Blue Lamp, on the Gallowgate a real independently owned pub with live music, and sessions in the snug. Truly a magical place. A timeless classic.
  • my local is the don view in the bridge of don, which sells good bar meals in the day, and at the weekend there is always something going on wether it be a live band, a quiz or karaoke, there is usally all the same faces as with all locals.
  • The Tilted Wig is great for starting a night out, no frills and no pretentiousness, just cheap beer and a good atmosphere. The Foundry on Holburn Street is also a good starting point, but can tend to be full of office wankers on a Friday night. Wild Boar is excellent, right in the midddle of town, great atmosphere but quite expensive. All the Belmont Street bars tend to be packed out the door on a Friday and Saturday, so best to avoid that street if you're looking for a quiet one. Monkey house is a good alternative, very spacious and very classy looking on the inside, and reasonable prices too. Frankensteins is good for a cosy beer in an intimate surrounding. Filling Station is just like a big hall with posters on the wall. Nothing interesting ever happens there and never will. You feel like you've been naughty if you talk too loudly. Estaminet tries to pass itself off as cool and trendy, but actually it's dark, dingy, dirty and cold. Avoid.
  • The Prince of Wales just off St Nicholas Square has one of the best selections of real, hand-pulled beers in the city. Go there!
  • the cutters wharf on regent key, a bit quite during the week but its bouncing on a friday and saturday night,great music for people of all ages, u get a great laugh and the bar staff are really friendly,cheap shots and doubles!the perfect place to go before heading into town!
  • The Howff, Dont go, the food is horrible. This has got to be the worst pub in Scotland!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • The St Clements Bar must be the most boring bar I have ever been in. You have to ask for a key to go to the toilet, total shite pissheads, prostitutes and druggies. Give it a very wide berth.
  • The Grill it's a mans pub in the heart of the city frequented by everyone from winoes to normal people out for a night on the town. Everybody has at least one drink in The Grill
  • Enigma is the dogs B****x good dirnks with good people , staff are very cool too, also TK's good crowd and pool too
  • Aberdeen is a great place, totally spoiled by the fact that it's full of Jocks! All well balanced people, a chip on each shoulder...
  • RGUnion, cheap drink and totally crazy. Triple Kirks, is class. Slain's is also pretty cool,Monkey House more a pub you go for a quiet drink with mates or to go on a date, quite sophisticated and quiet though
  • Basement is like a rock bar as is Tilted Wig and the Moorings
  • Best pubs in the city depend on what you're after - you've got Blackfriars and the Howff for decent bar food and good beer, the Tilted Wig and the Moorings for a more long haired / rock crowd (the real ones not the linkin park style kiddies with baggy jeans), Under the Hammer and the Ferryhill for a great G&T and a bit more civility, and the pub that used to be the City Bar (back of Markies) and the Northern Bar on George St at weekends for really funny, unpretentious crap 60s/70s/80s disco with loads of old-folk just out for a laugh. Go to them all - it'll really open your eyes to how different people are
  • The Mither tap
  • Hogs Head. Great atmosphere, hot bartenders. Same with slains... drool... Wild Boar is relaxed and cool, Henry Js is cool too.
  • Best one is the Prince of Wales on St. Nicholas Mews. It's a PROPER pub!
  • Paramount is a good place to go at the start of the night. Less posers than Blu Bar. No pub can beat the Illicit Still though. Great on a Friday after work and even better on a Saturday/Sunday for a full Scottish breakfast (includes haggis).
  • The Howff...The Still...The Wynd...Ici's...are all good places and never any trouble
  • The Blue Lamp on the Gallowgate is brilliant, also the Prince of Wales, The Loft, Yates and Under the Hammer are good too. The Howf beneath Bruce Millers on Union Street is a good place to go for a quiet drink during the week (with great food too)
  • Charlies shit hot bar buy 1 get 1 free, Bud Bar good. Avoid the Rotton Club unless ur from Torry or Kincorth. Its a renunion in there.
  • Belmont Streets the place.
  • the old hogshead generally rocks, we is liking old mans pubs.
  • HJ's Has some great cocktails and there are4 some raather tasty barmen for the laydees to look at!
  • The Blue Lamp is one of my fav haunts, good selection of beer, live music and a good crowd Estaminet is great, £1.50 all drinks on a wednesday Ma Camerons is a great place to go, ale (sometimes) and a good bit o banter of the bar staff, esp in the public bar
  • djs for life i already told you. skiff your a knob, this isnt someone your friends with playing a joke either. straight up youve got no life
  • The Vaults carnegie brae opens at 2pm everyday and 230 on a sunday. All the Sky channels a big screen as well as two plasma screens and cheap drink (£1.80 pint tennents, £1.90 a stella, £1.20 nip vodka/whiskey ect) also pretty good drinks promos and Jam sessions on a sunday from 3 til five or whenever they stop playing. bring along your instrument/voice coz thees a free drink for anyone who joins in!!
  • Belmont St area has to be the best to go to, anywhere near Windmill Brae or Harbour is too dodgy unless you want to be rodgered or glassed or both. Go to Serbia, The Wildly Boring, Hog Shead, TK's, rsvp, Quiksilvers but Revultion is probably the best bet for pubbing (2nd best in Britain wasn't it)?
  • CHARLIES/BLU BAR/SLUSH/HENRY J/THE YARD TRENDY BARS WITH A MIXTURE OF AGE GROUPS
  • Slains Castle, good food, cheapest beer on belmont street and no idiots in sight, gets my vote.
  • Wild Boar is the best pub in Aberdeen. You can do whatever in there. The wine gets u really drunk there, like more than any other wine. It's wierd
  • Slains and plenty of Bein Senoir -
  • Siberia, staff are excessively stupid, and don't recognise a "novelty" ID
  • HOGS HEAD - FOR TALENT AND FOR CHILLING IN, EXCELLENT BEER GARDEN FOR CHILLING IN THE SUMMER, THE WODKA BAR NOW CALLED SIBERIA IS GOOD 2
  • any of the skanky pubs/clubs up west side of union street
  • Full of aberdonian piss heads who love fighting and aberdonian slappers who think warehous and oasis is the hight of fashion and all tot around with their matching outfits and then sound rough as fuck when they open their mouths and start mouthing off in their common, abusive way.
  • Try Lava on Belmont Street, Illicit Still on Broad Street, Archibald Simpson on Union Street, and Blackfriars on the Castlegate. These are my favourites.
  • The ideal Pub crawl would have to be Archabald SImpsons, Henry J Beans, The Yard, Blu Bar/Paramount, Yatess, Bud Bar and then if you can make all that OSCARS!!! Yatess is the bar at the moment, Good tunes, big dancefloor, lots of seats!!!
  • WILD BOAR, MELLOW!! TRIPLE KIRKS GET WASTED AND LEAVE QUICKLY!! OSCARS LEAVE FORGETTIN WHO U ARE! AND THE STUDENT UNION, IF SOMEONE HAS DIED OR U WANT TO ESCAPE, GO THERE, DRINK IS CHEAP AND CROWD IS MERRY!
  • Paramount - full of poncy twats who all stand around marvelling at their own beauty while looking down their nose at everyone else.They then proceed to the ministry where all sleazy paramount men find alarmingly youthful naive girls who believe their speel. Any new pub will be ruined by the posing small minded inhabitants of Aberdeen who think life ends beyond cults.Any new place will be frequented as the ONLY place to go until two weeks later when they find somewhere with more mirrors to marvel at themselves.Money seems to be the ruin of many a man in Aberdeen although it attracts the youthful(ahem)clientele of Aberdeen it also turns them into arrogant arseholes.This is especially true of most ex gordonians and all ex st meg/albyn pupils.
  • All hail to Slains Castle! Slains Castle on Belmont Street has provided much entertainment for many an eon now. Set on several stories of an old church and decorded in gothic architucture (ie you will find an array of demon heads and gargoyles) Slains offers a slightly less unusual scene. Despite ist obvious appeal to goths and other creatures of the night Slains normally maintains a quite mixed (both in scene and age) crowd. They also offer the Seven Deadly Sins Cocktails - 7 liver destroying alcaholic concoctions guarenteed to knock you flat. Drink all 7 in one night and get a free t-shirt! I have 5 and the hangovers to go with them! If however you cannot be errrr.... bothered to produce your ID then maybe try the equally interseting Triple Kirks Bar up the road.
  • I didn't realise that they'd launched a new creche at the Union on Friday nights! Apparently they do a special deal on milk & wheat rusks until midnight- after that you'll just have to pay the full price, dammit!
  • Frankensteins, Charlies, the Windmill, and a few other pubs near the top of Union Street are usually good for a laugh. Avoid Paramount as it's full of pseudo-trendy poseurs who think they're hard (NOT!). The pubs at the bottom end of Union Street are alright, but a bit too studenty.
  • the "ST CLEMENTS BAR " on st clements st is a nice tidy bar with ,good crack,@ a V. BUSY,ACTIVE BARMAN....WHO WILL PLAY ANY KIND OFF MUSIC ...YOUNG AND OLD IF HE IS WORKING....."KOJACK"...AKA...IAN.WHO TAKES HIS OWN CD,S TO THE BAR AND WILL DO ANYTHING TO PLEASE THE CUSTOMER..EG MUSIC,FOOD,DRINK,LAUGH ETC...SOME MORE YOUNG PEOPLE NEEDED TO THIS PLACE ONLY A COUPLE OF MINUTES WALK FROM THE BEACH...AND U ALWAYS GET A LAUGH DOWN THAT AREA AT THE "GIRLS OF THE NIGHT". A VERY SAFE AREA OF ABERDEEN IF U TELL ALL THE KERB CRAWLLERS TO FU%K OFF. "KOJACK".AKA....IAN WILL PLAY THE HARDEST TUNES..AND DANCE FAVES ON ANY NIGHT OF THE WEEK U LIKE .......AND FREEBIEES IE....DRINKS ONCE U R A REGULAR AND HE KNOWS YOUR NAME.....COULD B THE NEW PLACE TO GO BEFORE YOUR NIGHT OUT AT THE BEACH..WATCH THIS SPACE......PS. UNDERAGERS CAN FORGET IT THERE..."KOJACK" IS NO FOOL AND DOSENT SUFFER FOOLS LIGHTLY.TREAT HIM RIGHT AND HE WILL TREAT U COOL...............RE!....."KOJACK".....OR....."IAN".....PPS. HES A TUCHETER!!!!!!!!!LOTS O FUN .
  • MUSTARD, CAFE CONTINENTAL, BOARDWALK (ALL DOWN BEACH COOL FOR CHILLING IN AND RELAXING - FARELY EXPENSIVE PRICES THO)
  • SLAINS - COCKTAILS - BRILLIANT - TOILETS HARD TO FIND - DIGUISED AS A BOOKSHELF!! SLUSH BAR - NEW - LOADS OF ALCOHOL ESKO BAR - JUST BEEN RE DONE UP HOME OF THE FAMOUS ABSENCE. WODKA BAR - EVERY KIND OF VODKA SHOT U COULD THINK OF
  • The Ambassador is good crack, if you like pool, if you dont the Flare and Firkin is not bad, or the Bobbin - and Flares rocks!
  • Decent pubs in the town are plentiful.The Belmont Street area has some great pubs like Hogs Head(fine selection of real ales)Ma Camerons(have a pint in the snug,real cosy)and Cafe Drummond.Great working mens bars like the Grill and the Bridge Bar(sorry ladies,no toilet for you lot)can also be found in the centre,along with livlier bars like Yates,Flares,Oscars,Charlies and Bells,all within seconds of each other.Archibald Simpson's is the place to go after the football,where you can get nicely tanked up on cheap beer,before hitting the more expensive bars.
  • Ahh - The Bobbin - lovely place. Recently done up in new "its a scream" mass-produced theme pub stylee, but is still actually quite good. Pub quiz every Sunday night at 8pm. On King Street , opposite the uni.
  • archibald simpsons is a great place to go if u want to get drunk. no music and no entertainment, just a lot of seats and cheap drink. a word of warning to those of a more fresh faced nature - the feds have got the keys to the back entrance of the pub, which can only be reached from their queen street premises, and can often be seen crowded round the front door.
  • Frankensteins, was a good place to go, although i haven't been in a long time. Their pitchers (especially the Generator) are great, although one of my mates allegedly (i have to put that in, just in case, but i hope you have the intelligence to realise...) got her drink spiked there on Halloween 2000, which sort of put me off. Ici's has recently been revamped, and is a really nice place with a spiral staircase just through the door. Although they don't allow trainers (it's not that classy, folks!) and the bouncers are really anal. like refusing me under the pretence that i was too drunk, and i'd only had 3 or 4 bottles. Slains has an atmosphere like someone's just told a child abuse joke at Nazareth House, and is as cold as the sea a couple of minutes down the road. seriously, it's bloody freezing. The wodka bar, just across the road, is a much better bet. Butterscoth vodka may be weak as piss, but tastes delicious. Paramount is OK, but owned by the same people who own the Ministry, which i've griped about in another entry. Yates's, mentioned in the same one, is OK too, but for getting wasted, especially before/after the football, your best bet is definitely Archibald(Archie) Simpson's. Because it's a Weatherspoon, the drink is scarily cheap for aberdeen, i went there once and paid £7.77 for 6 vodkas and 3 red bulls, and later on the same noght spent £6.50 on a double vodka and red bull at 'deus. There are also lots of dark, incestuous little places down by the harbour which are allegedly very good, however i have not yet been fortunate enough to frequent any of these fine establishments. I hear that one place, the Schooner, opens rediculously early, something like 9am (please correct me if i'm wrong), and that can't be anything but good, can it!
  • I like te Bells Hotel. A bit worn round the edges, but good fun especially when there is a good crowd in the Conservatory round the back
  • The Grill is famous for having no female toilets but if you survive the first five minutes you'll make friends for life. NO, not really. Martin's Bar, now renamed The Rowan Tree, was thwe first placwe you were warned not to go as a student, and it's also the nearetst if you're at Hillhead Halls, so naturally you go, and you die. The Neptune down at the docks has the worst flaw though...it's in the middle of a wilderness of alleys and dockyards. So if you do actually find it, once you've gone in and been beaten up, there's nowhere outside to run and hide or lose yourslf in a crowd...Cocky Hunters has gone downhill now, but The Prince of Wales has a good mix of folk and good food at lunchtime and looks like something from a Jack The Ripper movie from the outside.
  • DRaKeS is the cosiest little 'dungeon pub' on Castlegate. Good prices and supporting of up-and-coming wee bands in Aberdeen. Friendly bar people's and separate lounge frequented by chilled individuals moulded in comfy sofa shapes and mellow djs too.
  • If you are after a pint and possibly a rap of smack then go to Drummonds.
  • ESTAMINET - great booze, Tapas, stunningly saucy barmaids...
  • No. Ten in the evening - if you ignore the loud mouth lawyer assholes just in from the office/gym. The Globe and Under the Hammer are both good and right next to each other just off golden square.
  • Best are the real local pubs, not those chain or theme bar crap places you can find anywhere. The absolute best ones aren't owned by a brewery. Try all the places down the harbour area, the ones your mummy warned you about. It used to be possible to conceive in the Moorings before it was done up. The Blue Lamp is good, and in common with Peep Peeps still has it's original jukebox. Tilted Wig: two demands A) Bring back Paul, B) Bring back Addlestones. The best place for action was The Dancing Cairns in Northfield. This is the only bar in town where the pool cues are chained to the table. This may seem a handicap but it is possible to throttle someone with the chain if they get close enough.
  • Cafe D'ag on Crown Street. No kiddies and no old shits either; a more grown up and relaxed place.
  • Ma Camerons is a rare pub, as is the Globe on North Silver Street
  • To many to name more per head of population than any city in Scotland and you still can't find an empty one on a Friday/Saturday night.
  • The Drift Inn! It's a must try pub. If you haven't drunk here...you haven't lived.
  • The Wild Boar - used to have brilliant nights in there drinking Handy-Bendy-Randy-Mandys (gin, vodka, red martini and blackcurrant cordial) most of them pretty vague the following morning due to the HBRMs - a must if you are out to get very drunk very quickly
  • The Prince of Wales. THE best in Scotland. No TV, no music just good conversation and Chris Scotland's nicest barmaid
  • The Granary Bar on Holburn Street has to be the best for watching the Footy. The beer's a little pricey but they've plenty of nice barmaids to ogle at and they do pitchers of beer and always have some drink promo going on.
  • PARAMOUNT in Aberdeen city centre just across from the MINISTRY is got to be one of the best pubs in scotland. Its full of class and the bar is really great. Lots of students on a wednesday and look out for some aberdeen players too!!!
  • Belmont Street is the place to be - The Wild Boar's pretty good (go downstairs to avoid posers), Drummonds was OK till it decided to redecorate and aim for a different client base - no combats indeed! It's kinda lost its atmosphere. Wodka bar has friendly staff, but here's an insider tip the flavoured vodka has a REALLY low vodka percentage, so laugh loudly at your friend who downs 4 or 5 and claims how s/he's Soooo drunk!
  • If your a student the ABERDEEN UNION is mega cheap ALL THE TIME! But the best pub crawl would start at THE COLLEGE at the top of Union Street then FRANKENSTIENS, OSCARS, LONG ISLAND ICE TEA, THE NILE, ICIS, ESKOBAR, HULLABALLOO and then BERLINS after all that you will either have missed the night clubs or are too rat arsed to care
  • Cocky Hunters now Frankensteins which is naff, but it is a damn sight better than Slains Castle which has all the fun and atmoshphere of a dried up turd and thats it's good point!
  • So many. The best fun is in trying them all nad decding for yourself what's best. Stick to the city centre though. Some outwith the city centre may remind you of Deliverance!
  • Ma Camerons - little belmont st
  • The Best Local in Aberdeen is The Howff on Union Street under Bruce Millers, easy to miss this doorway if you wern't looking for. If you are looking for a freindly atmosphere and a lot of laughs then this is the place to be anybody can feel comfortable here from grannies in for some supper (the food is large and tasty)to the regulars corner getting wrecked on Black Sambuca (only pub in Britain to sell Black Sambuca - allegedly). No bouncers, no trouble, no posers (well almost no posers) just people who enjoy a libation or two.
  • Best new addition to aberdeens pub scene has to be the old town school, commonly know as the hogsead. Great in summer as it has reasonable size beer garden and is right in the centre of town. Situated off belmont street near wild boar & one up record shop
  • The Archibald Simpson [Wetherspoon Brewery] at junction of Castle Street and King Street is the best new pub in Aberdeen. There is no music, no pinball or pool - lots of comfy seats, a non-smoking area and the cheapest prices ever, ie 99p for Becks or Bud, all ales/lagers under £1.50 a pint, gigantic glasses of very good wine for £1.99. Nice decor, good atmosphere, pleasant bar staff, very good, cheap food. Bloody excellent.
  • For a brand new student bar, The Dungeon in the Student Union has been rebuilt so go there and sample some fine ales.
  • Blackfriars, Ma Camerons, The King Street Mill (unless you hate students!), and Smart Alecs are all worth a look in. Happy hour at cafe Ici can also be recommended particularly for cocktail lovers. Henry J Beans (currently being changed to Berlins) is a good stop off point before Zoo or the Ministry (which by the way is at the moment the only known nightclub to hold a license until ...wait for it....23.00!!).
  • Charlies is pretty good at the weekend, always packed
  • Best pub has to be the Wild Boar: djs Magic down stairs lots of big comfy cushions on the seats good place for chilling out or for getting in the mood for clubbing.
  • Where not to be seen: Charlies American Bar - full of girlies and sad boys who cant pull birds their own age.
  • Cocky Hunter's - Great for a quiet drink, some good blues and rock bands play here. Good beer.
  • Cafe Society (or should I say Cafe Pretentious) - Image people at their worst, image is everything personality is nothing!
    Cafe Society... Insular or what???? If you arrive at the bar in the evening with only four bar staff working and you are the only guy standing at the bar wanting a food menu and drinks it is amazing how they can all ignore you if they don't know you. When they do serve you they level of disdain is incredible! Come on George and George get it together. In reality if you are looking to enjoy yourself it is a place to avoid.
  • Yates Wine Lodge has opened on Justice Mill Lane and The College is not bad for a drink end of Union Steet beginning of Albyn Place.

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