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The Jolly Sailor

The Jolly Sailor is a local pub in the Bernard’s Heath area of St Albans, Hertfordshire. Located just 5mins walk from the centre of the town; the pub is on the main road heading out of St Albans towards Sandridge, with free parking in the near by streets or a public car park on Townsend Avenue, just a […]

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The Goat

The Goat Inn public house is an award winning historic pub that is situated in the old centre of St Albans, within minutes walk of the town centre, the cathedral, and the old roman fortifications. The pub offers a large and varying selection of real ales, as well as lagers, ciders, and an impressive array […]

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Craft and Cleaver

We’re An Industrial, Brooklyn-Inspired Smokehouse & Bar – Specialising In Authentic Wood-Fired BBQ, Expertly Sourced Craft Beer & Awesome Cocktails. Great Flavours, Hand-Crafted With Carefully Sourced Ingredients By Passionate Staff. We’re Pioneers, Risk Takers, Advocates And Fast-Paced Thrill-Seekers – We Take Pride In Our Craft And Love Sharing It With You! Our Bar Is The […]

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The Blacksmiths Arms

A charming pub located right in the centre of St Albans. It’s the perfect place to stop for a relaxing drink, with its superb selection of cask ales and traditional ciders. You can enjoy great food, at great prices. We also have possibly the best garden around, with plenty of seating and outdoor TV screens […]

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The Six Bells

The Six Bells is a 16th-century free house with three regular beers and three changing guests with at least one from a Herts brewer. The only licensed premises within the walls of Roman Verulamium and within walking distance of the city centre, Cathedral, Park and Museum. Occasional quiz nights and live music feature. Good home […]

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The Beech House

Located in the historic city of St Albans, The Beech House on St Peter’s Street opened its doors in September 2014. A convenient 10-minute walk away from St Albans City train station, this former 1930s art deco building has become well known for its artisan coffee and charcoal-grilled cooking. Behind the glass façade you’ll find […]

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Dylans The Kings Arms

We are honoured to be a finalist in this year’s Hertfordshire Life Food & Drink Awards 2018 for “Best Restaurant in Hertfordshire” and “Best Chef-Drew Knight” Dylans re-opens The Kings Arms in St Albans after its closure more than 15 years ago. We are an independent Free House serving Craft Beer, Real Ales, Fine Wines & Good […]

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Dylan’s The Plough

A Country Pub in Sleapshyde. Sleapshyde is a quiet hamlet in St Albans, Hertfordshire, surrounded by stunning English Countryside. The primary alehouse dates back to 1690 and features wooden beams, which have recently been restored to their original state. Lime plastered walls, two fireplaces and low ceilings make The Plough a cosy and inviting pub, […]

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Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is Britains oldest pub according to Guinness Ye Olde Fighting Cocks dates back to the 8th Century. The pub you can see today was built in the 11th Century. St Albans Cathedral and grounds are just across the road and there are tunnels stretching from the beer cellar to the Cathedral, […]

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The Hare and Hounds

The Hare & Hounds is our second pub of our own in St Albans over the last 18 years after running pubs in London for over 10 years. We specialise in Event management, quality wines, cellar management, looking after our Real Ales, Homemade Traditional cooking and of course, first class customer service. As we are a family […]

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