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The Golden Lion in Redruth provides an elegant, traditional atmosphere in which to enjoy some truly sumptuous food. Their menu makes the most of the fantastic produce available in Cornwall, meaning that you'll be served up a true...
1 Killigrew Street
great little meeting place. Irish themed pub, reasonable drinks, there are always characters propping up the bar and they even stock Sailor jerry's rum. They have an upstairs as well which is nice to get away from the bustle of...
95-97 Killigrew Street
This pub is hidden away on Killigrew Street and you'f be surprised when you get outside how big it is! Has two pool tables, tv and darts board so perfect if you like pub sports. They hold a monthly pub quiz wth cash prize on the...
1 St Peters Hill
You know when you are in the Royal Standard as it has a unique atmosphere which is a cross between a boat club and your front room, i.e. cosy but different. The food is all home cooking and excellent. When I was last there in the...
52 High Street
A little hike up the hill but so worth it. You have to drink pints here, anything else just doesn't feel right. Such an amazing pub with great views over the water, also look out around the top of the room for their amazing...
4 Killigrew Street
Discovered this place recently because of the TellTales writers session held here every two months, then visited at other times. This is a cosy bar with a wide range of drinks, including (as the name would suggest!) many...
3 Old Brewery Yard, High Street
I discovered this place by accident a few months ago and wasn't disappointed. They manager is really friendly and know his stuff when it comes to beer. They've got a great (and ever changing) range of beers from all over the...
Custom House Quay
This pub recently won the South West Regional CAMRA award, as you can read here: http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Camra-award/story-15790862-detail/story.html It has a good range of beers and ciders and frequent guest real ales....
One of our very favourite pubs in Falmouth. Stunning views over the river. Quirky pub split over two levels. Indoor and outdoor seating, some with canopy for all seasons. Amazing food, particularly the famous mussel nights...
Just telling you that the Pandora Inn is a pub that you can arrive at by boat should be enough to get you to go there and experience its individual charms. It helps then that on top of the beautiful riverside setting the ales and...
18 Church Street
Not as into this place as everyone else seems to be. It gets far too busy in here, I don't feel comfortable standing as you are forever moving out of the way for people. Not the cheapest place to drink and certainly not the...
The Cutty Sark is a lovely pub with a great atmosphere. Its quite a small local, but they are all very friendly and welcoming to tourists or non-regulars. The staff are very charming and warm, and both the food and real ales on...
The Marine Hotel
Custom House Quay Quay Hill
Always busy, especially the outdoor seating in the summer. Their pub grub is of a high standard and the waiting staff are really nice. They put on a lot of events here, I have also been to the odd birthday bash here and had a...
64 Church Street
The Grapes has a good range of well-kept local beers, plus wines and spirits. One of its best feature is the view over the harbour from the seats at back of the pub. There's often live music, so worth keeping an eye on the signs...
28 Market Street
Usually stop here for a drink while on a night out. It’s a decent enough place with a good outdoor seating area, so good for warm summer evenings. Getting served at the bar always seems to take ages but they’re busy and I suppose...
At the top of Jacob's Ladder is a pub worth the walk up the steep steps: Jacob's Ladder (or the Jake's as it's known locally). A friendly crew and good beer/cider make it worth the visit. Keep an eye on the blackboard outside or...
4 Killigrew Street
I went in here for the first time in years the other day and it'c changed quite a bit. The high ceilings make the place look deceptively large. Prices are OK and the staff are friendly.
32 Church Street
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