The Golden Hind
Huge pub, popular with locals and workers on the Science Park. Home of the famous Cambridge Folk Club. Architecturally interesting, vibrant, sports bar, "Grub Pub" feel with some cracking deals for big eaters!
Golden Hind captained by Sir Francis Drake circumnavigated the world between 1577 and 1580.
|Established||1930 (to be validated)||Capacity||200|
|Real ales||4||Outside seating||50|
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One of a series of huge suburban pubs built in the 1930s by the Ipswich brewery Tolly Cobbold and known as "Tolly Follies". Over the years, the former multi-roomed interior has been much changed and opened-out but you can still spot some original features - the oval skylight over the bar, oak panelling in what was the lounge and the collonnade which formerly gave on to the patio. Very good value food including a two meals for £10 menu available all day every day. Quiz on Tuesdays and folk club on Fridays. Has a reputation for serving interesting beers though the last visit found the offerings all to be mainstream.
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