Best Pubs In Reading

Whether you're lazing the days away in front of a roaring fire or tucking into the rustle of crisp packets alongside a pint, the pub is always a great idea. From cracking open the craft beers to indulging in the traditional awnings of some of the oldest boozers in town, why not check out our recommendations for some of the best pubs in Reading? You'll have a hoppy good time.

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Seven Red Roses Reading

For those of you who fancy a traditional pub vibe when you're heading out, make your way over to Seven Red Roses. Not only does this joint boast a buzzing atmosphere, with live sports screenings and a weekly quiz, but it also fronts affordable food, real ale and an outdoor area.

The Narrowboat

A beautiful boozer found just a short walk from the town centre, Bel & The Dragon rustles up all kinds of delicious British grub and fabulous drinks. Whether you fancy a refreshing cocktail while listening to live music or a refreshing pint in the sun, this joint's got you covered.

The Greyfriar

This craft beer pub is a cosy little den a stone's throw from the station, selling the greats in the real ale world and the best brewed of the boozy beverages. Take a comfy seat on the red, antique leather sofas for an intimate catch-up or a birthday celebration.

The Fisherman's Cottage

For Reading pubs by the river, head to The Fisherman's Cottage for an idyllic retreat and that post-work unwinding. Nestle into a cosy antique sofa or stretch out for a sun soak in the timber sheds or along a picnic table in the picturesque beer garden, and let the running water wash away those blues.