You can run into all sorts of people at The Cooper's. For instance, I once ran into someone who'd been a mate while I was still living in South Wales. Turns out he'd moved away to Bristol when I went to London, overstayed his Visa, ended up being sent back to Aus and running into us at the Cooper's a few scant weeks after I arrived. Odd or what? Well, maybe not - it's a popular place, and a lot of people blow through.
The pub has changed a little since then, with the front and back bars now facing each other through where the dividing wall used to be - it's now one big bar instead of two smaller ones. The crowd still looks broadly similar - early twenties most of them - and the noise level is still just the same, matching the level you'd expect from a young crowd like this.
review by: pubguide staff