‘Advert’ – The Brook has previously advertised on the Cambridge Foodies blog. On this occasion some of the food provided by The Brook was provided at no charge. No conditions were given on attending. The food at Oreno was not provided free and fully paid for. Everything written is accurate and our unbiased opinion’. For … Continue reading The Brook’s first beer festival
Category: Cambridge Barflies
The Yard – Ely
I have been looking forward to visiting The Yard for a while now. Just when you think Ely is done adding something new and exciting to the foodie scene it comes out with an absolute belter! The Yard offers an all-in-one 'ruin bar' experience, similar to the ones found in places like Shoreditch and Budapest. … Continue reading The Yard – Ely
The Bridge – Waterbeach
After an afternoon sailing down the river Cam in my friends fancy new boat we decided to pop by an old favourite of mine, The Bridge in Waterbeach. The Bridge has it all. A large dog friendly beer garden along the river, a classic and tastefully decorated interior, and a good selection of premium beers. … Continue reading The Bridge – Waterbeach
The Three Pickerels – Mepal
The Three Pickerels is one of those perfect places to take your dog on a Sunday afternoon. Located along the New Bedford Rive, it provides wonderful views of the countryside and a nice open space for your dog to sit while you enjoy a cheeky pint and a pizza. The pub is currently in the … Continue reading The Three Pickerels – Mepal
The White Horse – Swavesy
It's been a long time since I have been to the White Horse in Swavesy. I used to come here over a decade ago on my lunch break when I used to do training courses. My memories are filled with disappointment as I used to pop in for 30-45 minutes during my lunch break and … Continue reading The White Horse – Swavesy
The Petersfield – Sturton Street
Meeting up with an old friend for drinks in Cambridge recently, I stumbled across The Petersfield on Sturton Street. I've been up and down Kingston Street more times than I can count but I had never noticed this place tucked away in the corner. It's a very striking pub with beautiful flowers hanging from the … Continue reading The Petersfield – Sturton Street
The Six Six Bar – Cambridge
Those of you over the age of 30 may remember a once iconic music venue on East Road called The Boat Race. Home to huge bands before they made it big such as Oasis, Snow Patrol, and one of my personal favourites Queen Adreena. The Boat Race was another casualty of the ever declining Cambridge … Continue reading The Six Six Bar – Cambridge
Floods Tavern – St Ives.
I've been a fan of Floods for years and I know it has a real cult following in the town. It's a very straight forward old English pub with a marvelous beer garden which goes into the back of the river. This may not be very important most of the year, with the British weather … Continue reading Floods Tavern – St Ives.
Seven Wives – St Ives
England were playing Germany in the women's euro final, so naturally this called for a true live football experience. My father lives in St Ives and he recommended going to the Seven Wives on Ramsey Road as it is a well known sports friendly pub. The Seven Wives isn't much to behold on the inside … Continue reading Seven Wives – St Ives
The Pint Shop 🇬🇧
You'd be forgiven for thinking The Pint Shop is all about the beer. It is, after all, where this little gem in the heart of Cambridge gets its name. There is however, a great selection of food on offer too. This visit was a belated birthday surprise for me, and after a few hours in … Continue reading The Pint Shop 🇬🇧
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