Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Dating back to 1720, The Globe is a pub with a colourful history. A one-time cattle merchant, and formerly the last stop for women on their way to the hangman’s noose, The Globe is now a place that begs exploration – just watch out for the odd spirit claimed to haunt the premises.
Ghostly apparitions aside, there couldn’t be a more welcoming atmosphere than that of The Globe. Fine food, ﬁne wine and ﬁne ales are the watchwords here; indeed, The Globe has a history of brewing, boasting a well beneath the pub that once supplied the spring water for an on-site brewery. The wine list is extensive and well worth examination when you have an evening to spare.
The menu offers a range of traditional pub classics alongside burgers, sandwiches and daily specials. We recommend beer-battered ﬁsh and chips, and toad in the hole made with Lincolnshire sausages, all washed down with several pints of the well-conditioned guest ale. Speaking of which, the guest ales change weekly, so it’s always worth nipping in to see what’s on to make sure you don’t miss out.
To top it all off, The Globe offers a large function room upstairs with a private bar, large screen and projector for meetings, ideal should you return with friends or colleagues. All you need now is an excuse to book a party.