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The Mitre is the smallest pub in Blackpool, but renowned to have the biggest atmosphere. It is an original traditional pub in the centre of Blackpool with a great selection of draught beers, real ale, wines and spirits.
A big thank you to Kerry, Liz, Zoe & Lou for yet again another wonderful few days in Blackpool. We enjoyed every minute. A special mention to Brian who kept us entertained throughout our stay. This pub is definitely a what says on the tin...More
Found The Mitre quite by accident, called in for one which led to two, which..well you know the rest! Brilliant clean bar, good juke box, friendly staff, especially Brian who advised us on places to eat. It gets quite packed as it’s only small, but...More
Visited blackpool for weekend with mates. Found this gem by chance. The best London Pride outside the M25. The staff are great Warren really looked after us. One of our crowd was late. He couldn’t get parking or find the place. Warren got in the...More
Visited the pub every day during our recent stay in Blackpool and loved every minute, great beer, great atmosphere and brilliant and attentive staff. Juke box is second to none but not too loud to stop conversation. A real Jewel of a pub. Definitely my...More
Visited Friday 19/1/18 with a group of friends and had such a great time . It was packed absolutely fab atmosphere musc was like blast frompast .. got to say as busy as they were the staff were amazing .. looked happy in the job...More
Christmas would not be Christmas without our annual crawl around the Blackpool town centre pubs - and we traditionally begin at the best - The Mitre on West Street. Good beer, nice staff and decent set of locals and (so I am told) it claims...More
My wife and I always pop in for a pint,when we are in Blackpool.
Nice friendly local pub,I'm sure the same locals were standing at the bar,this year,as they were last year,I wonder if they been home!Great pub,just set back from the front,between north pier...More