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91 Sopwell Lane
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The Victoria pub in St Albans has a great team of staff working behind the bar that always know how to put a smile on your face, the HD TV makes the football games so much more enjoyable, with good beer and delicious food, you...
109 Victoria Street
Grapeland are local wine merchants in St Albans where this shop is based on Victoria Street. Here they offer an extensive selection of fine and house wines for all occasions.
18 High Street
The Cock is a large and spacious pub that is situated on the high street in St Albans that offers gastro style pub meals that uses only the best locally sourced produce from an a la carte evening menu. The Cock has a large beer...
82 Victoria Street, St Albans
Situated on St Albans’ Victoria Street, The Victoria is a friendly pub that offers a good pint as well as a decent menu of pub food. The Victoria has a very relaxing atmosphere expecially during the day, with free WiFi enabling...
134 London Road
nothing like having pint here after a good move.. www.stalbansmanandvan.co.uk
26 Verulam Road, ST. Albans
126 Victoria Street
The Robin Hood is an excellent pub in St Albans that is located on Victoria Street this stunning architectural building offers a brilliant selection of beers including real ales, black sheep and hobgoblin on tap. Timothy Taylor’s...
2 Keyfield Terrace
The Beehive is a pub that is tuned in with 21st century; they have free wifi, a patio garden and HD TV! The food and drink is very reasonably priced and the staff are never without a smile on their face! So you always walk away...
172 London Road
The Great Northern is a small cosy pub with really friendly staff and affordable drinks, usually busy in the afternoons, and you really can not fault the pub grub!
15b upper dagnall street
First Class light and airy premier pool and snooker club. Indoor leisure / sports bar very fitting for st.albans.
This has to be the best pub for watching sport in St Albans. They have coverage of most of the big games. Additionally, good traditional pub food, a pool table and decent service make this a good sports-watching destination pub.
3 Church End
Off the beaten track in Church End, Redbourn, this is a fabulous pub, with a lovely garden if the sun shines. And if it doesn't the bar is very cosy. If you hear a familiar voice in the pub, it could well be football commentator,...
36 Fishpool Street
Probably the most dog friendly pub in town! X
this is one of my favourite pubs in the area. it is so relaxed and informal you just feel at home. in fact, it is almost like sitting in someones front room with a bar in. there are a few lovely window seats and also a large...
126 London Road
The New York Bagel Bar gives you a taste of Ney York in St Albans and the prices are very reasonable, you can get a meal deal which features a bagel, drink and fries for £3.50, its great if youre bored of baguettes and sandwiches!...
37 Sopwell Lane
The Goat Inn on Sopwell Lane is a really great little pub, which unfortunately often gets overlooked due to being situated slightly further up the road than the White Lion. Obviously the most important parts of pubs are the...
16 Abbey Mill Lane
I recently ate at the Fighting Cocks and had a lovely meal. The portions were enormous though-it's rare I'm unable to devour everything on my plate but that was the case here! I had salsa stuffed mushrooms and then a salmon dish...
210 Watford Road
a great place for a bite to eat or for a few drinks. part of the ember inns, and the king william, the food is very reasonably priced and the sizes are decent. when the sun is out it has a large garden to sit in and watch the cars...
1b-C Verulam Road
Harry Smiths is still the archetypal 80's wine bar. As such it's a fun place to relive your youth and attracts a slightly older crowd than many of the City centre pubs and bars. It's in a good location and is worth a visit if only...