Best Pubs In Bournemouth
Guide Provided by Bournemouth Removals
Bournemouth’s pubs boast of the forging of gastro grub, the feel of a pint in your hand, and crackling fires. It is no wonder the pubs in Bournemouth are so beloved. There are several pubs in this city to keep your throats quenched suitably from classical local boozers to gastro newbies and new tangled palate pleasers. Here are some of the best pubs in Bournemouth.
The Libertine is a relaxed gastropub in the heart of Westbourne. It embodies everything good about the British gastropub. It is a tidy, neat, and polished pub exuding a community spirit. Their menu has something for all tastes from steaks to homemade pizzas. If you are just coming for a pint, The Libertine has a wide range of ciders, beers, and ales as well
as cocktail delights and fine wine. This compelling and cosy pub is happy to
host you any day of the week. It also features a rustic outside dining area
which comes into its own on hazy summer evenings.
Key West restaurant, bar, and grill can be found at the end of the Bournemouth Pier. Apart from the modern and fresh cuisines on offer, you will also get to enjoy the stunning views of the beach. Key West is the perfect spot to grab lunch and dinner. They also have a wide selection of sundaes, desserts, and light bites in their menu. During the summer months, you can catch Bournemouth’s stunning sunsets, soak up the sunshine, and relax on their large sun terrace.
Brewhouse & Kitchen Bournemouth is one of the best places to visit for any sort of beer in Bournemouth. It offers over 50 craft beers, a vast wine selection, and an enviable spirit and gin list. They brew a wide range of unique seasonal and core beers. Apart from its wide selection of tasty beers, they
also offer a hearty selection of burgers and other foods. There is even a unique beer garden beach hut where you can relax.
Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar is an award-winning ale house that combines fine restaurant and creative cocktail bar. It features foliage fringed, flamboyant, and fun garden which makes it the ideal spot to sample a selection of craft ciders and real ales with friends while soaking up the kooky Charlie Chaplin character of the place. It showcases a unique vibe with its old school and quirky interior with walls dressed in expressionist inspired paintings, framed newspaper mementos, as well as black and white portraits. Its exterior sits awash with fairy lights and ornaments. Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar pride itself on organic and locally sourced produce. Their home-cooked
meals feature European inspired meals and wholesome British dishes.
The Bournemouth Stable is one of Stable’s largest locations and it can be found in the heart of Bournemouth. With plentiful seating both in and outside the pub as well as gorgeous botanical décor, it is worth grabbing a table upstairs for a view over the Lower Gardens. It offers an extensive range of sourdough pizzas and ciders. If you are looking for a comfortable and relaxed dining experience to share with friends and family, the Stable is the ideal place.