Named after the influential scientist, the Sir Isaac Newton pub is situated on a site where a cellar and drinking vessels thought to date back to Roman times were discovered. Sir Isaac Newton was believed to have studied nearby and is said to have gone on long, pondering walks – perhaps to this very spot, which is now a large, open-plan sports bar boasting a contemporary feel. Two stunning apple tree murals painted by a local artist adorn the ceiling, continuing the theme. The pub’s focus is on offering good sport, good fun and good food. As a result, a real community atmosphere can be found. Enjoy a guest ale or glass of wine while watching a match and tucking into chips with chilli or hearty soup.
Our traditional steak and ale pie had the lightest pastry and was filled with perfectly seasoned tender steak, while the Newton burger was laced with Stilton and apple. Our cherry crumble and treacle sponge desserts took us back to our childhood and came with lashings of custard. The popular Sunday lunch offers reason to return. If you really want to fill your boots, the fish and chips, all-day breakfast or lasagne will do the trick. You can rest assured that the produce is locally sourced where possible and ingredients are always traceable and freshly cooked.