Bosses at the Masters Arms are due to appear in court to appeal against a borough decision to revoke the pub's licence.
The North Town Road venue had its licence revoked in August by the borough licensing panel following a call from Thames Valley Police, which said it had received an 'unprecedented' number of complaints since it reopened last year.
But the pub will now be able to remain trading until the appeal process is completed despite continued complaints about noise from nearby residents.
Borough licensing manager Alan Barwise said: "It is very frustrating for residents living nearby but we will be monitoring the situation."
Owner Manjinder Dhendsa is due to appear at Reading Magistrates Court on May 15.
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