Best St Albans Pubs:
If you haven’t been to this spectacular and mesmerizing, then this could be it – St Albans has evolved in the past few decades as a must-visit place in the UK. St Albans is best known as a city in Hertfordshire that resides adjacent to the famous Roman city of Verulamium.
Apart from intriguing 2nd-century Roman history, people from across the nation and world visit the Cathedral city for its delicious St Albans restaurants, luxurious St Albans hotels, and St Albans Parks, St Albans Odyssey Cinema.
Let’s take a brief at some of the finest pubs in St Albans that you can visit to enjoy exquisite drinks.
- Waterend Barn – St Peter’s Street, St Albans AL1 3LE, UK
Built in 1610 by Sir John Jennings as Water End House and Barn – The Waterend Barn was re-opened to the public in 2005 as Waterend Barn Pub by JD Wetherspoon. It’s the only ideal St Albans bar to enjoy classic ales, offered in a cosy seating area by an inglenook. Amongst the specialities, Waterend Barn’s exquisite brewery variety is simply marvellous and incomparable. Waterend Barn opens 8 AM to 12 AM from Monday to Thursday, 8 AM to 1 AM on Friday and Saturday, and closes at 11 pm on Sunday.
- Ye Olde Fighting Cocks – 16 Abbey Mill Lane, St Albans AL3 4HE, UK
Established in the 8th century – Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is, with a doubt, one of the oldest pubs in St Albans. This awe-inspiring St Albans bar has also won the Best Pub Award in Food & Drinks Awards 2017. Ye Olde Fighting Cocks (AL3 4HE) opens 12 PM to 1 PM from Monday to Thursday, closes 12 AM on Friday & Saturday and 10:30 PM on Sunday.
- The Prae Wood Arms – Garden House Lane, St Albans AL3 6YZ, UK
With 800 years of history – The Prae Wood Arms certainly is a pet-friendly pub in St Albans that adds extra palate in daily routines of visitors with a fine range of delightful ales. But that’s not it – You can also try their delicious food that just doubles the taste in your mouth. The Prae Wood Arms (AL3 6YZ) opens from 11:30 PM to 11 PM from Monday to Saturday and closes at 10:30 PM on Sunday.
- The Horn – Horn of Plenty, Victoria Street, St Albans AL1 3TE, UK
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Established in 1974 – The Horn in St Albans is a must-go place for people who love food & drinks with music. That’s right, this sumptuous pub in St Albans attracts visitors by offering delicious food with exquisite drinks. The Horn is also a den for musicians from around who visit the pub to perform. The Horn serves over hundreds of foodies and music-lovers every day. It is opened from Sunday to Thursday from 12 PM to 12 Am and closest 2 AM on Friday & Saturday.
- Blacksmith Arms – 56 St Peter’s Street, St Albans AL1 3HG, UK
Opened on 18th May 2009 – The Blacksmith Arms in St Albans kid-and-dog friendly restaurant & pub that’s mainly famous for its unrivalled amenities. Blacksmith Arms offers Wi-Fi, has a baby changing room, finest ale, separate smoking area, Sky TV with Plasma screens, live music, disabled toilet and much more. Blacksmith Arms is opened from Monday to Thursday from 10:30 AM to 11 PM, 10 AM to 12:30 PM on Friday & Saturday and 12 PM to 10:30 PM on Sunday.