Pubs & Bars in Peterborough
Variety is the word that sums up Peterborough's pub and bar scene. From cool, cutting-edge hangouts to homely, relaxed venues; the city caters to all tastes. From the microbrewery pubs making beer in their basements to bottle shops where you can drink in or take away.
Charters venue is a tastefully converted floating Dutch barge,which now holds a real ale late night live music bar on the lower deck, with a 100 seater full Pan Asian restaurant called East on the upper deck. Charters is situated on the river Nene in the centre of Peterborough, on the west side of the town bridge and is reputedly the largest converted barge in Great Britain.
Situated in the quiet picturesque village of Peakirk, near Peterborough. The Ruddy Duck is a traditional English pub offering homemade food, served in our cosy bar or restaurant, real ales and a warm friendly atmosphere.
Whether you’re coming in for a great-value lunch, a few sharers to go with your after-work drinks, or a special celebration, our food hits the spot. Relax on a Sunday with a proper roast. Go on a global journey with a zingy curry or an American-style burger.
A proper pub on Broadway that serves great food, cask ale, Craft Lager and good wine along with live music, quiz and DJ's
The Cuckoo began life as a stables in the village of Alwalton, before becoming the Wheatsheaf Inn. The pub restaurant has a deep rooted history in the village of Alwalton a history that is intertwined with that of Rolls-Royce.