No Sign Bar
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No Sign Bar information
Once frequented by Dylan Thomas (it appears as the Wine Vaults in his story The Followers ), the No Sign stands out as the only vaguely traditional bar left on Wind St. It's a long, narrow haven of dark-wood panelling, friendly staff, good pub grub and a seasonal beer selection; on weekends there's live music downstairs in the Vault. The window seats, looking out over the hectares of goose-bumped flesh on the street outside, offer a frisson of schadenfreude .