Best Pubs in Chichester
The district of Chichester takes pride in its fantastic selection of bars and pubs, most of which are known to serve some of the finest produce of the area, from South Downs Lamb, to Three Harbours Beef, and Selsey Crab.
If you want to enjoy a delicious meal accompanied with a refreshing drink, here are some of the best pubs in Chichester you can check out.
A picturesque country pub, The Star & Garter nestled in South Downs National Park and right in the middle of Goodwood Estate. This 18th century brick and flint country pub is just the perfect spot relax and get a taste of fabulous wine and food. Their outstanding menu is a reflection of their love of the seasonal produce of the area. They work hard to lower food miles using the field to fork approach.
Chichester Inn is one of the best pubs in Chichester. This traditional in dates back from 1785 and is grade 2 listed, with a convenient location in the old city walls. The pub is also a short distance away from the Pallant House Gallery, Festival Theatre, and the Cathedral. With the separate entertainment and dining bars, free car park and accommodation, heated courtyard garden, the comfortable and friendly pub is an ideal local base and meeting place to explore the scenic Chichester, the South Downs, Goodwood, and the nearby sandy beaches.
With its approval as a Fuller’s Master Cellarman and featured in Good Beer Guide 2017, The Eastgate is one of the best pubs in Chichester acclaimed for their outstanding ales. They have no less than 5 on tap daily, including HSB, Seafarers, London Pride, as well as two guest ales. If you are not an ale appreciator but a lager lover instead, there are also plenty of options that await you.
Chichester Sit & Sip is a funky and friendly bottle shop and boutique bar. They take pride in their continuous updates of their stock to give their customers the latest trends and tastes in artisan spirits and craft beers. This is also the ideal spot where you can relax with your family and friends and enjoy good laugher over artisan gin or craft beer.
The newest local pub in the district, The Hole In the Wall has an extensive selection of beer that you can pair with their delish home-cooked meals all served by their friendly staff. Their 4 hand-pulled ciders, 20 key beers, and 8 real ales are being sourced from some of the most modern and progressive breweries from the United Kingdom and beyond.
The tiny independent alehouse of The Hornet Alehouse is one of the best micropubs you can find in the area. They serve a dynamic choice of keg and cask beers, wine, fine ciders, and an exciting array of soft drinks. The pub has a sociable and relaxed atmosphere so you can enjoy a good chat while taking a sip of your favorite beers.