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now under new management
Formerly known as 'Scallywags', this pub has now
reverted to its original name. A
mixed crowd offering home cooked meals and pool and other pub games. The pub
is a Free House but has a selection of Real Ale.
19 Havant Road, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)374941
A family pub with a garden and children's play area to
the rear away from the main road , owned by Gales and
offering a good selection of home cooked meals and fine ales. Friendly and
2 West Street, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)372151
A traditional pub with well kept beers - no food and no music, a place to enjoy
a quiet drink. Pipe smokers
Tel: 01243 372806
The largest pub in Emsworth with 9 letting bedrooms,
a car park, a small patio area, a function room, a restaurant and a food
servery. A Free House, , clean pub with some
character and a selection of meals. The 1st floor function room holds 30 (at a
Positioned in the centre of Emsworth this Gales pub undertook extensive
refurbishment in the summer of 1996 as it now incorporates a previous shop
next door. A pleasant walled garden area to the rear with seating for 60+.
Owned by Gales and run by Mrs J C Murray. Winner of the George Gale & Co Ltd
Cellar craft award 2002. Good pub grub from Linda's
Galley. Excellent bar staff. Always a friendly welcome.
21 South Street, Emsworth. Tel: Tel:
A good 'locals' pub. Everything a traditional
English pub should be. Owned by Gales and consistently serving excellent
quality real ales form their ever expanding range. Also good quality home
cooked food with a popular curry night on a Tuesday. Live bands on a Monday. This pub is situated adjacent to a large car park and has a
small grassed back garden.
29 South Street, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)373394
The last pub before you reach the harbour and mill
pond tourist area of Emsworth. Offers a selection of meals. . Positioned
only a few doors along from the Coal Exchange and at the other end of the car
park behind the two pubs. (This car park being the site of a former brewery)
Owned by Phoenix. The pub has a warm cosy atmosphere
helped by real log fires in the winter. A sheltered beer garden is a sun trap
in the summer that has plenty of seating to drink or dine 'Alfresco'.
35 Queen Street, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)372587
The only waterside pub in the village
situated on the edge of the village and overlooking the River Ems &
Slipper Millpond. Oak beamed bar & inglenook fireplace. Real log fires.
Live bands every Sunday. Home-cooked food.
Traditional ales & Guest beers. Selection of lagers. Extensive wine list. Garden overlooking River Ems & Slipper Mill Pond
Pubs that used to be:
36 Main Road, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)371533
'The Sausage Pub!' Originally a brewery but still
serving plenty or Real Ale. The legendary sawdust still frequents the floors
and open fires roar! A tiny traditional English Pub renowned for serving
dozens of varieties of sausages plus other dishes including vegetarian.
Normally very busy and frequented by some "interesting" locals
For more on Emsworth'Pubs
This pub was placed on top of a previous pub called
'The Locomotive'. It is now closed and housing has been built on the site.
North Street ----CLOSED
- Converted to a private house and now (Feb. 2004) demolished.
Millpond (formerly The Royal Oak)
Formerly The Round Table and previously The Black Dog. Emsworth's first wine
bar! Completely refurbished an re-opened in as a wine bar March 2005.
Closed September 2006 Now The Spice Village - Indian Reataurant
47 High Street, Emsworth.
New Brighton Road Converted into a
children's activity centre.
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