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The Foragers

Modern British5.9 miles The Verulam Arms 41 Lower Dagnall Street AL3 4QE

The Foragers is a group of hunter-gatherers based in St Albans. They forage food from the wild and cook their findings up at The Verulam Arms – a cosy Victorian pub in the shadow of St Albans Cathedral.
As well as serving a menu of locally hunted game and seasonally foraged fruit, plants and mushrooms, the ...

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The Snug - Hertford

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.9 miles 33-36 Railway Street SG14 1BA

There are three Snug establishments in the Chilterns area - in St Albans, Hertford and High Wycombe - and all of them live up to their name. Each one boasts a multitude of cosy corners for guests to get comfy in, perhaps while enjoying a pint of ale, a well-made cocktail or one of their renowned burgers. We visited the Snug bar in t...

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Loch Fyne - Hertford

Seafood6 miles 130 Fore Street Hertford SG14 1AJ

Loch Fyne’s beautiful Arts and Crafts building on Fore Street is in perfect harmony with the food, which is fresh, simple and skilfully crafted. Fish and seafood are sustainably sourced, the ambience is relaxed, and the service remains attentive. In finer weather you can make the most of the sunshine on the outdoor patio, and fo...

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Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Traditional6.1 miles 16 Abbey Mill Lane AL3 4HE

Laying claim to being Britain’s oldest pub, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is an a age-old place with plenty of stories of tell. Built in the 11th century, the pub was supposedly a popular watering hole for monks, who used to sneak into the pub through tunnels connecting the beer cellar to the original St Albans Cathedral grounds opposi...

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Lower Red Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.1 miles Fishpool Street AL3 4RX

This highly praised pub offers everything you could want from an old English inn. It was built 400 years ago, and featured in ITV wartime detective drama Foyle's War. Fishpool Street remains unchanged since the 19th Century, and in the bar there's an old photograph displaying buildings that still stand today. The menu changes regula...

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Lake Restaurant

Traditional6.2 miles St Michael’s Manor Hotel Fishpool Street AL3 4RY

Set in the historic city of St Albans – just a stone’s throw from the famous cathedral – you’ll find St Michael’s Manor Hotel. A traditional-style country manor, St Michael’s is set in five acres of private gardens and boasts its own lake. Perfect for a weekend away, the hotel is also home to 30 uniquely decorated bedr...

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Jay's

Modern European6.2 miles 122 Southdown Road AL5 1QQ

Jay’s has gone from strength to strength since opening in 2011 as a delicatessen, serving coffee alongside its homemade cakes. As their fan base grew so did their passion for serving quality food, and Jay’s gradually expanded into a café offering breakfast and brunch to hungry locals. They now open for evenings from Wednesday...

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The Engineer

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.2 miles 12 St Johns Road Harpenden AL5 1DJ

I believe great hosts are born, not made; and proving my point entirely is Pete Mann. He has created a fabulous environment at The Engineer where two things are immediately apparent: the staff just love working here; and the customers just love being here. With three distinctive areas, there's bound to be a spot here with your name ...

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Rose & Crown

Traditional6.3 miles 10 St Michael’s Street AL3 4SG

Set just outside St Albans, the Rose & Crown is full of character and charm. It’s surrounded by historic buildings and as you explore the neighbourhood you’ll find beautiful views around every corner. This traditional British pub dates back to the early 16th century and offers a relaxed atmosphere and wholesome fare.
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Novita

Italian6.3 miles 142 London Road Shenley WD7 9BT

Novita opened in August 2017, bringing an authentic slice of Italy to the village of Shenley. A varied menu, well-compiled wine list and a friendly atmosphere make this eatery ideal for everything from a relaxed lunch to a special-occasion dinner.
The welcoming, cheery staff add a personal touch to the service and earn high...

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The King Harry

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.4 miles 2 King Harry Lane AL3 4BL

What a pleasure it is to find that places like this still exist. The King Harry is a good old-fashioned pub with lovely wood floors, mismatched tables and chairs and squashy sofas where you can sit in true comfort with a pint of good ale and the papers. The outstanding pub menu offers everything from sandwiches to delicious Sund...

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Inn on the Park

Cafe, Cafés6.4 miles Verulamium Park St Michaels Street AL3 4SN

The 100 acres of beautiful parkland is just the first of a long list of reasons to stop by the Inn on the Park. The rest can be found on their menu. This award-winning, family-friendly café, set within the borders of Verulamium Park, serves wholesome, freshly made dishes prepared using local, seasonal ingredients. Sure, y...

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The Waffle House

Cafe, Cafés6.4 miles Kingsbury Water Mill St Michaels Street AL3 4SJ

It's one of those perfect weekend dilemmas. You have a craving for freshly made waffles smothered in a delicious range of savoury and sweet toppings. However, your friend is keen to get out and about. What do you do? Well, visit the Waffle House at Kingsbury Water Mill and you can be sure that neither of you will be disappointed. ...

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The Duke of York

Traditional6.4 miles Ganwick Corner Barnet Road EN5 4SG

A former coaching inn on the ancient Great North Road, The Duke of York is named after Edward, the fourth Duke of York, who beat the Lancastrians in the Battle of Barnet only a stone’s throw from the pub. With its open fires, antique furniture, art prints and old photographs, The Duke of York makes the most of its heritage as a ...

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Gibraltar Castle

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.5 miles Lower Luton Road Harpenden AL5 5AH

This award-winning, Cask Marque-accredited pub is a real gem in the heart of Hertfordshire, boasting a convivial atmosphere and calming environment in which guests can relax with some of the best food and drink in the local area. Situated in the pretty town of Harpenden between Luton and St Albans, Gibraltar Castle is an ideal pl...

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