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10 places you probably visited on a night out in Sunderland in the 1990s

It’s time to dance around your handbag and raise a pint of Labbatts to Sunderland’s night spots of yesteryear.

Here we pay a visit to Sunderland’s nightlife of the 1990s. How many of these did you drink in back in the day?

A Vaux pub in the 1990s, with bright neon lights to attract the trendy/student crowd. Loud music, crush at the bar, and lots of shouting to make yourself heard.

1. Sinatra's

A Vaux pub in the 1990s, with bright neon lights to attract the trendy/student crowd. Loud music, crush at the bar, and lots of shouting to make yourself heard.
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Decent prices, easy to get served and great tables by the window to watch other pub-crawlers stagger by. More up market than some other watering holes...

2. Blueberries

Decent prices, easy to get served and great tables by the window to watch other pub-crawlers stagger by. More up market than some other watering holes...
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�1 a pint on Wednesdays - and live music to boot. Partly an old, traditional pub with ceramic lampshades and a tiled bar.

3. The Vestry - or 5th Avenue/Christies/Bourbon Street, depending when you visited...

�1 a pint on Wednesdays - and live music to boot. Partly an old, traditional pub with ceramic lampshades and a tiled bar.
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Known for playing acid house music in the 'small, cool' room - and dance music in the main lounge.

4. Bentley's

Known for playing acid house music in the 'small, cool' room - and dance music in the main lounge.
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