Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The Gloucester is situated on Weymouth Esplanade and boasts an impressive panoramic view of Weymouth Bay. The original building is said to have been built in 1783 and was the royal residence for King George lll between 1789 and 1805, who was quoted as saying: ‘Never have I seen a sight so pleasing’, about his royal abode and its views.
A modern sports pub, The Gloucester has gained a reputation as one of the finest casual dining eateries in Weymouth. The steak and seafood grill menu developed by top local chef, Antony Biles, is proving extremely popular. The Gloucester’s menu boasts a rotisserie section for roasting meats, and the extremely popular Black Rock dining experience, which allows you to cook your own locally sourced steak on a heated volcanic rock at your table and to your own taste. Try the satisfying Sunday carvery, regarded by many as the best in town thanks to its selection of succulent meat and delicious homemade Yorkshire puddings.
On top of the great food, The Gloucester is also renowned for its live music weekends and entertainment. The pub has always been the place to go in Weymouth for sports fans thanks to its array of screens, all showing the latest offerings from BT and Sky Sports.