Clarendon Arms35-36 Clarendon Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Clarendon Arms reopened on Monday 17 May. Monday-Thursday, 4-11 (food 6-9). Friday, 12-11:30 (food 12-2 & 6-9). Saturday, 12-11:30 (food 12-9). Sunday, 12-10:30 (food 12-4 & 6-9).
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Cosy, welcoming two-bar local. "Proper pubs" like this are a rarity in the city centre. The Clarendon was taken on by Laurence Dixon (of the Champion of the Thames fame) in 2013. The right hand room has a bare boarded floor and half timbered walls. It is mainly used for dining. The main bar is on two levels, the upper one having a stone flagged floor. Out the back is a small sun-trap courtyard. Up to five cask ales are on handpumps. Weston's Old Rosie cider is also available. Home made, locally sourced food is served most lunchtimes and evenings.