Pubs in St. Albans

The Boot

4 Market Place, AL3 5DG
Tel; 01727 857533

This 16th century low-ceilinged pub is in the heart of the city, near the Clock Tower. It offers fine beers and a good range of wines, malt whiskies. Homemade food is also served.

The Goat Inn

37 Sopwell Lane, AL1 1RT
Tel; 01727 833934

Built at the end of the 15th century, this historic pub is situated on the old coaching route from London and retains the old carriage arch. Its award winning food is served in the dining area. Good quality beers, wines and whiskies served. A variety of board games are available to enjoy!

Lower Red Lion

34-36 Fishpool St, AL3 4RX
Tel; 01727 855669

This two-bar 17th century coaching inn is located beside the Roman Verulamium and Cathedral. As well as excellent guest beers, there are Dutch, Czech, Belgium beers and malt whiskies. Real cider is served in summer. Chess night is on Monday and the Sunday roasts are recommended!

White Lion

91 Sopwell Lane, AL1 1RN
Tel; 01727 850540

This traditional 16th century two-bar pub is a short walk from the cathedral. Six hand pumps dispense two regulars plus four guests from the Punch Taverns range. There is a barbeque, patanque court and children’s play area in the large garden. Home-cooked food and good music are also on offer!

The Cock

50 St Peters St.
Tel; 01727 854816

Another traditional yet smart pub situated in a good central location, near the Town Hall. There is a front bar with a Plasma screen for sports, a back dining area, as well as a nice outdoor patio. Good quality food served and a selection of ales and wine.

The Farmers Boy

134 London Rd
Tel; 01727 766702

Situated five minutes walk from the town centre, this traditional pub enjoys a fine range of guest beers. There is homemade food, quiet background music and weekly live music to be enjoyed.

The Blue Anchor

145 Fishpool St, AL3 4RY
Tel; 01727 855038

A traditional pub with a modern interior, The Blue Anchor is near the Abbey and Verulamium Park. It has separate drinking and dining rooms and a small garden. Good quality food is served.

The Peahen

6 London Rd, AL1 1NQ
Tel; 01727 853669

The Peahen is more a wine bar than pub but is ideally situated near the Abbey and Clock Tower. Despite it’s central location, there is a large outdoor eating area and the food menu is varied and interesting. There is a good selection of drinks, including cocktails.