A very cheap and sometimes students only bar located beside the cricket grounds in Trinity College. Ample seating indoors, on exterior picnic tables, the steps and just about anywhere you can park your bum on the grass.
The pav is always well stocked with cans of premium lager and cider which can be bought at slightly above off license prices but drank on a licensed establishment.
A really nice place for some pre drinking fun before going somewhere a bit more expensive. A favourite amonst students, alumni and cheapskates alike.
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