29 South Street, Emsworth.
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'.
Street, Emsworth. Tel: Tel: (01243)375866
'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.
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 push!). Now, ( Autumn 2004) under new
management, refurbished inside and out and much improved
all round. www.thecrownemsworth.com
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
Street, Emsworth. Tel: (01243)372587
The only waterside pub in the
situated on the edge of the town
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.
95 North Street
Tel. 01243 372351
Built in the
early nineteen hundreds, The Railway Inn is the
only remaining Pub in North Street where there were once
four. The Railway Inn is best described as
a "proper" pub with real ale, home cooked food, regular
entertainment, a village friendly atmosphere and B&B
accommodation . The pub is large and spacious with
plenty of room to enjoy the regular entertainment.
Recently completely refurbished.
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 the
Galley. Excellent bar staff. Always a friendly
36 Main Road, Emsworth.
'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,