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High West Street
Not only is the Boot the oldest pub in town, it's supposed to be haunted "000000" We love it because it's a real pub with real beer and real people - all the regulars are total characters and there's normally a few...
Did you know how popular the Marquis of Granby is for Sunday lunch? Why not pop along...you'll be amazed how many people flock to its carveries. The staff are fabulous and don't turn a hair even when hundreds of people are coming...
Lodmoor Country Park
Preston Beach Road
The Lodmoor is the first Brewer's Fayre in the country to roll out the Buffet Place. Amazing value at £7,99 plus FREE pint, you can help yourself to all you can eat. Choose from the Chinese buffet on Monday nights, curry...
this is one of our favourite watering holes because it's quite simply the best place to catch the last rays of the sun. West facing, at the end of Chesil Beach, with Portland to your left and the whole of Lyme Bay stretching out...
The Nothe Tavern has a reputation for great value with a fantastic atmosphere and character. The staff are friendly, the meals are big, filling and delicious, the specials live up their name and the location and feel of the place...
St Thomas Street
Boho really does pack a lot in to a bijou venue. The widest selection of spirits in town. A wide variety of great, freshly prepared food. Great staff, a dynamic crowd with a good mix of regulars and visitors and loads of eclectic...
36 ST. Thomas Street
This is known as The Orange Cider Bar now and yes its cider crazy! Located on the busy St Thomas Street, its quite a small place but size doesnt matter, its always busy and serves up some of the best cider. I like the openness of...
4143 St Thomas Street
We went to the Wetherspoons pub (The Swan) last night and I have to say I was quite impressed with the value for money. You can get two meals for £5.99 which in itself is a bargain. We went for a jacket potato with baked beans and...
33 Hope Street
One of my favourite dishes is a 'pint of prawns' yet this traditional seaside food is hard to find in Weymouth. Well, they serve it in the Red Lion and it is LOVELY! The prawns are pink and fresh and it comes with a half lemon,...
15 Trinity Road
We found this harbour side pub a really friendly and enjoyable place to go to when we popped down to Weymouth for the weekend. Top bar selection and food was good for the reasonable prices.
51 Park Street
Fantastic pub, run by a fantastic couple! The Duke of Albany has a great atmosphere, you find all sorts in here which probably makes this place so attractive to the pub-goer.
229 Dorchester Road
Went here for lunch with a friend, it's everything a pub should be. Welcoming, warm, good beer on tap and a hearty selection of food. I don't like it when pubs get too fancy with their menus and the Old Spa didn't, so that was a...
3-4 St Thomas Street
Although this traditional rock and roll style pub had a big refurbishment a few years back I feel this The Duke has somewhat lost its charm. It has character in the sense that it was really quiet during the day consisting of usual...
30 West Street, Chickerell
I have never ever been to the Lugger. I keep hearing good things about it. I must give it a go!
3 St Mary Street
If you fancy a quick drink while out shopping, the Black Dog's exactly where you need to find it. It's a pub with a good selection of drinks and a snug atmosphere. There are tables outside so you can sit and watch the world go by...
1 Frederick Place
We tried another Wetherspoons pub for food & drink because we are trying to save money and it was pretty good value! I ordered the superfood salad with chargrilled chicken. Not too much chicken but the salad was full and...
3/7 Maiden Street, Weymouth Street
On the 2 occasions Ive ever been to Harrys Bar have both been slightly cringe worthy in the sense that its not the kind of place I usually enjoy. Saying that the first time was when I was 15 and to be fair I like the idea of...
Lower Bond Street
1 Frederick Place