5 of the Best Yet Underrated Bars in Cambridge
The Pint Shop
10 Peas Hill
The inspiration for Pint Shop is the beer houses that sprung up in the 1830s as a result of the Beer Act. Well known in Cambridge for the great food but little people are aware of the fab bar at the front of the restaurant. The bar serves 16 craft beers on tap, 45 gins and wines from small European growers. A very cosy feel for after work drinks.
83 Regent Street
The top floor cocktail lounge is perfect for pre-or post-dinner drinks, private parties and corporate events. On Friday and Saturday evenings the cocktail bar features resident singer & pianist Robin P-iano. De Luca has a cool, relaxing atmosphere with delicious drinks.
The Old Bicycle Shop
104 Regent Street
Before becoming a Bar & Restaurant, the building was occupied by Howes Cycles, who closed its doors 2013 after 173 years’ of trading. The shop claimed to be the oldest bicycle shop in the country. It is rumored that Charles Darwin purchased a bike from the store in the 1800s. Enjoy one of their amazing cocktails before digging in to some great food, if the weather is warm why not sit out in their courtyard.
67 Lensfield Road
The snug started in 2005 with the intention of creating a really friendly neighborhood bar with something for everyone, serving a fantastic range of quality crafted drinks and grazing food all day, every day. The Snug offers live music on Tuesdays, cocktail classes available to book and an extensive cocktail list. The snug is friendly, local and fun. Cambridge has a whole host of bars and pubs so whichever ones you choose to visit, we hope you have a great time!