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26 High Street
Sydling St Nicholas
This is a real gem of a pub. The decor is traditional but classy, lots of natural wood and chesterfield sofas. They have their own brew - Sydling Bitter, and a guest ale that keeps your tastebuds on their toes. The food is very...
In a delightful setting with a lovely garden. Dogs can come too, so its great to do one of the many walks around the pub and finish off there for lunch. Highly recommend the steak burger, I barely managed it but am always up for...
47 High East Street
Having recently undergone a renovation, Tom Browns is steadily getting back its reputation as the best pub in Dorchester. The riverside beer garden is nice to relax in, while the new interior is very clean, warm and welcoming. The...
Duck Street, Cattistock
The Fox and Hounds is just as country pub should be. It's in the heart of one of the loveliest villages in West Dorset, off the beaten track, opposite the church and as rustic as they come. There's nothing twee about this place -...
Plush, Dorchester, Dorset
Another country pub that has a superb garden, but what sets this pub aside from others is the fantastic menu. It's never the same old static food being served day in, day out, in this pub they have an ever changing game menu,...
24 Long Street
Fantastic! Must be one of the oldest pubs in Dorset. A must visit for all who like a pint or just a packet of crisps. Will be going back soon.
23 Long Street
The Royal Oak (Spoons) has been a regular student hangout in Dorchester since I can remember. Mainly because its cheap and located on the high street. Although its not the best pub in terms of drink, it was the perfect place to...
16 High West Street
Although one of the more expensive pubs in Dorchester it makes up for that in company and surroundings. Fitting that its situated directly next to Wetherspoons its holds in complete contrast as a smaller and quieter meeting place...
11 Bridport Road
The Sydney Arms is what I would call a classic pub. It has a very traditional feel. It is always quite busy with darts, pool, and football often on the tv. I went in recently and the whole pub is well decorated for the world cup....
9 Church Street
Although it may have not been my most commonly visited pub in Dorchester, i’d still go as to say the Blue Raddle is probably my favourite in the town. It’s the best for traditional ales and ciders and has a very homey atmosphere....
17 Weymouth Avenue
Very good deals on drinks at the Station is probably why we always end up coming here again and again. They show most of the sports here, were planning on coming in for the Germany v Argentina game this Saturday for sure.
2122 High West Street
I was pleasantly surprised last time I went into this Spoons with the girls after work. Normally I order the nachos, but I decided to be different and get the Morroccan curry/tagine thing for a change. Could not decide whether I...
12 The Moor
We stopped off for lunch here one frosty Sunday and absolutely loved the food. I had deep fried goats cheese with salad which was divine (but probably diabolical for the arteries). Then I had the burger with Blue Vinney - what a...
The Martyrs Inn serve a great selection of seafood and real ales and host a great selection of vocal locals which are sure to entertain. Excellent country inn for visitors to the area with a great restaurant and brilliant...
I took my partner and mum out for Sunday lunch at the Gaggle of Geese at the weekend and we had such a pleasant meal. The pub is more like someone's front room than a restaurant bar, with loads of beckoning comfy sofas to sink...
9 The Square
A traditional local boozer for those of you who live in Charminster. Whenever Ive gone for a drink at the Three Compasses ive always enjoyed a good pint there amongst a friendly village atmosphere. The pub has also known to put on...
What a shame! we went to this lovely looking, traditional village pub for a meal and while we were there the barman could hardly raise his attention from reading his paper to get us some drinks, the atmosphere was non-existent and...
ts one of those pubs that can be frowned upon but I feel that it has a certain character about it. It took a while for me to adapt to its refurbishment from the Old George, but its started to bring back the old urban themed nights...
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Valid until: Tuesday, September 09 2014