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Venue Insight


I enter and am immediately greeted with a friendly faced bartender and an array of drinks, some of which I had never encountered behind a bar before – Estrella on tap, Hop House 13 - Guinness’ exciting new foray into the world of lager and ale plus a very fetching (and almost hypnotic) double crushed ice slushie machine; one side filled with a red Strawberry Daiquiri slushie and the other filled with a yellow Margarita slushie... an incredibly fetching and deadly combo. I predicted this wouldn’t be the last of my love affair with that machine.


As you walk further through the bar area, you discover a small, but not cramped area with an elevated stage, some pretty cool looking stage lights and an immediately eye catching giant fish painting covering the back drop of the stage. To my right the walls are filled with various doodles and murals depicting Mexico’s famous Dia de los Muertos festival – a running theme throughout the now evidently aptly titled establishment.


I return back to the bar (for a third slushie in half an hour!!) and look above to find the football is on! Poco Loco seems to even have the sport box ticked here too. It really feels like a place for everyone, and this is enhanced by the welcoming attitude of the staff and punters alike. It’s a utility pub that doesn’t let one aspect of its appeal remove from the others. I challenge anyone visiting this place not to be encapsulated by its charm.


Between the old smoking tunnel outside (a shocking discovery) the eclectic mix of artwork, a brilliant selection of live music and the real sense of community glowing from the very rafters of this tiny venue; Poco Loco maintains an extremely welcoming and hospitable vibe. Perfect if you fancy something a bit different in a High Street awash with chain pubs, mainstream bars and Indian restaurants.


Address: 58-60 High St, Chatham ME4 4DS Phone: 01634 841202


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