Some of these pub photos are old. Strangely, there’s one pub from July 2011 that I forgot we visited, so didn’t catalogue sooner. So we’ll start with the oldest photos, The Rock, a Greene King pub that’s right on a main road. So while it was lovely to sit out in the sun, the traffic whizzing past wasn’t so great. Still, it one of the better pub options near the Cineworld cinema. Haha! I’m wearing glasses. Don’t need those since the laser eye surgery!
The Pickerel Inn in the centre of Cambridge is within stones-throw of various university colleges and has a pokey windy interior. A good fun pub in the weekend too! (Note: no glasses for me now!)
Whenever we’ve gone sloe picking with my friends from work, we always have a meal at the White Hart in Fulbourn. They have a full kitchen and a changing menu – we’re often guaranteed a great meal. It’s in a large converted house and has a lovely outside area for warm summer drinks.
A quite wee local with a tidy and mismatched interior, The Clarendon Arms is a lovely wee pub that stocks independent ales as well as the typical Greene King ones. Definitely worth another visit.
A marvellous pub that we need to visit again is the Red Bull pub. We went for a meal after hockey with the team and the pub serves pizzas! Delicious, wood-fired pizzas. Maybe it was because I was starving after the game, but I was thrilled.
After seeing Looper with a group of friends, we popped down the road to popular pub, The Tram Depot. It’s a busy pub that offers food as well and was generally quite social and nice. We’ll probably go there again!
The last pub for this post is The Bath House, located in the heart of Cambridge city centre and dates back to the 17th century. It’s a Greene King pub now, so fairly generic inside and unfortunately even has a couple of pokey machines. Despite this, the company was good and the ales well poured, so not entirely a bad trip.
We’ve still got plenty of pubs to see, so we best get cracking! We’ll try to be more productive this summer.
More beers for all!