The Black Dog

The Black Dog


0.5 miles
47 Church Street, Newent, GL18 1AA

Nestled in the pretty market town of Newent, this 18th-century Grade II listed building was originally a farm. When it was converted into the popular dog-friendly pub of today, it was named The Black Dog after a famous highwayman’s faithful hound. The pub and its five well-appointed bed and breakfast rooms have recently undergone a complete refurbishment, so today’s visitors can benefit from up-to-date amenities while seeing no reduction in the pub’s historical charm.

This convivial spot is almost always bustling with contented visitors eager to sample the tasty fare on offer. I started with Japanese-style breaded prawns and was impressed by the exquisite presentation and delicate flavours. For mains, my partner plumped for a light and refreshing goat’s cheese salad, while I opted for the legendary Black Dog burger served in a brioche bun with all the trimmings. We ended a perfect evening with a magnificent spotted dick, ice cream and coffee. The

owners Richard and Mark focus on providing value for money, so guests will find delicious pub fare that is substantial, reasonably priced and complemented by quality real ale that’s won plaudits from CAMRA. There’s even a ten-per-cent discount on beer for all CAMRA members, and OAPs benefit from a popular reduced-price menu from noon to 3pm, Monday to Wednesday.

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Opening Hours:
Food Served Times:
Mon:noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Tues:noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Weds:noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Thurs:noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm
Fri:noon-3pm, 6pm-9pm

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