The Hogarth Inn
The Hogarth Inn is a Grade II listed building located on the Isle of Grain. Named for the artist William Hogarth following his visit to the inn in 1732, the owners of this pub are proud of its history. Despite recent developments, the pub’s oak-beamed ceilings and rustic charm remain. The result is a welcoming traditional pub with fantastic hospitality and a family-friendly atmosphere; it’s no wonder the pub has gained superb online reviews. The carefully crafted dishes are cooked fresh to order using the finest local produce and are accompanied by a wide range of fine ales, beers and spirits. If visiting for lunch, a selection of hot and cold sandwiches, warming jacket potatoes and fresh salads are available. Tempting mains include the likes of homemade pie of the day, vegetarian chilli and the Hogarth mixed grill. In the warmer months, food is best enjoyed in the beer garden. For food service times, please call the restaurant.