Inverness Pubs Top 10
- 6 Nellie Dean's
- 5.7 Bar One
- 5.6 Nip Inn
- 5.5 Number 27
- 5.5 Corriegarth
- 5.3 Innes Bar
- 5.3 The Room
- 5.2 Castle Tavern
- 5.2 Market Bar
- 5.1 Gellions
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Going out in Inverness
Inverness, capital of the Highlands can provide some cracking nights out, but most of the time it's a nightmare trying to find out what's good and what's not.
Inverness Pubs, Clubs & Festivals
We aim to compile a comprehensive source of information about the pubs and clubs in Inverness. You can find out what sort of place it is, where it is and what's on. But we also want your input - where are your favourite drinking holes and which ones are rough as a badger's arse?
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What's your favourite pub in Inverness? Hootanannys? Johnny Foxes? The Market Bar? The 27? There's plenty of choice. Register and you can vote for your favourites and add your own articles about nights out in Scotland's newest city. Every pub is given a rating based purely the average user rating. So if you disagree with a rating, login and cast your vote. Better yet, leave a comment or upload a photo and let people know why you love your favourite bar.
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What's Inverness Like?
Inverness is a very small city with lots of pubs and a few clubs. Most of these are in the city centre, within walking distance of each other. There are a couple of slightly rough areas, but nothing too bad. Due to cheap flights to Inverness Airport from London, Belfast, Bristol and Leeds amongst others the city has become a fairly popular centre for traveling stag and hen parties.more...
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Latest 3 Comments about Inverness Pubs & Clubs
Strange that people who have the most to say fail to use their real name.
Let it be known that although I do not have to admit it, I am not and never have been a member of the Orange Order.
DARKART get your facts right, you do not even know what that organisation is.
Why not come in and introduce yourself to me and we can discuss your issues rather than hide behind that ridiculous name.
The owner of Nellie deans is a member of the orange order, which is an Irish protestant sectarian organisation. like his previous public house it is not unusual to see fighting at the weekend - it's certainly NO PLACE for a tourist!! Other suspicious dealing are known to occur!!!!!!!
Hopefully soon the licencing board will take note!!!
Stay well clear of this dubiously run establishment! !
We went in there when they had some sort of football piss up function going on. The whole bar was a bloody disgrace with shit everywhere. Trying to not walk on any food was nigh on impossible.
All other times ive been in there. I just wanted to sup up my pint and go to another pub. Even the Innes bar is better than this one.
Best bar in Inverness - what shit. Is the owners families, friends and barstaff voting incessantly on the bars behalf.