Fancy hunkering down for the afternoon with a few craft beers in Bournemouth? Then why not head on down to The Stable as they not only have some of the best drinks in the business, their pizzas are renowned across the UK.
Pubs in Bournemouth
Crackling fires, the feel of a pint in your hand, the gorging of gastro grub an any an evening? It's no wonder that our pubs are so beloved when that's what they have to boast. From your classic local boozers that continue to buck trends, to gastro newbies brimming with craft beer and new-fangled palate pleasers, there's plenty of pubs in Bournemouth to keep your throats suitably quenched.
Whatever your nightlife needs, 60MPC most likely has you covered. First and foremost this Exeter Road venue is a pub, serving a fine choice of Americana eats courtesy of the guys at Ruby Jean's Diner. Come for Wing Wednesdays if you're feeling particularly famished. It's also a lively spot for a party, with live bands and seriously top notch DJs playing foot-stomping, roof-raising sets well into the night.
Brewhouse & Kitchen in Bournemouth is a craft beer lovers dream, with a selection of tasty beers brewed in-house, a hearty selection of burgers and other comfort food, and even unique beer garden beach huts to relax in too.
Key West offers a menu of fresh, modern cuisine to enjoy with stunning views of the Bournemouth coastline. Located on the end of the pier, the bar and grill has panoramic views of the coastline inside, while the summer months can be spent on the terrace under the sun.
One of the most heralded pubs in Bournemouth, and an award-winning venue at that, Chaplin's is the destination in town that everyone's talking out. Not only brimming with some of the best ales and beer in the business, in amongst unique vintage innards and retro styling, there's a brilliant Bournemouth beer garden to boot.
The Libertine is a relaxed and familiar gastropub in the heart of Westbourne. Offering top quality across the board, bring the family for a hearty meal of the freshest, locally sourced produce, or catch up with an old friend over a pint of the venue's very own Libertine Gold ale. There's a cosy and welcoming feel to the pub, and a prized outside area – known as The Forge – for relaxing summer drinking and dining.
You won't ever find The Goat & Tricycle resting on its laurels. This hidden gem prides itself on its ale list, where there's no less than 11 guest pumps to select between at any given time. They're always chopping and changing - sometimes rotating every 2-3 days – and there's a fantastic spread of home cooked pub fare to enjoy while you're here.