Geldart1 Ainsworth Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Geldart reopened on Wednesday 14 April. Wednesday & Thursday, 5-11 (food 6-9). Friday, 5-late (food 6-9). Saturday, 12-late (food 6-9). Sunday, 12-10:30 (food - Sunday lunch only - 12:30-3:30).more information...
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Large two-bar backstreet corner pub with enclosed patio garden behind. Decorated throughout with film and music memorabilia. Don't miss the glass piano. The handpumps are musical instruments. Food menus in the diners' bar are written on 12 inch vinyl. Local artists exhibit their paintings here. The Geldart has an excellent reputation both for its food and its drink. The larger room to the right is mainly for diners and functions. To the left of the entrance is the drinkers side with eight ales and a wide selection of malt whiskies and rums. The changing guest beers are from small breweries nationwide and always include a dark beer. Good homemade food includes 'hot rocks' available in both bars. Bar snacks include biltong from cattle grazed on Midsummer Common. Frequent live music.