Assembly Rooms147-153 High Street
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Large Wetherspoons pub in impressive building with three distinct areas. The one by the entrance is carpeted. Steps lead up to a paved, bare brick wall area with high tables and stools. Up further steps is the long bar with a tiled floor. There is a large patio seating area along the front of the pub overlooking the Market Place. Originally built as Epsom's Assembly Rooms and dating from around 1692, the building was previously a draper's shop, then most recently a building society HQ before being converted to a pub in 2002. Alcoholic drinks sold from 9am. The pub is handy for the market, which can be viewed from the front patio.