Grey Horse46, Richmond Road
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The oldest Young's pub in Kingston (built in 1849 by the Nightingale Steam brewery) was refurbished in the modern Young's style in November 2015, but retains the plasterboard ceiling, the etched frosted side windows, as well as the encaustic wall tiles and tessellated floor in the front porch. The pub has a local feel to it, and has a dining room with open plan kitchen to the rear. The Ram Jam Club at rear hosts an Open Mic Session on Wednesdays, Blues (inc. jazz, funk & soul) on Thursdays, Comedy on Fridays and Saturdays. Quiz night Tuesday. The changing beers are usually from a local brewery.