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Pint Shop

The Pint Shop is a bar and pub inspired by English beer houses of the 1830s - democratic, affordable watering holes called “Tom and Jerry” houses that are said to be the birthplace of the modern pub. Patrons choose beers from small and mostly British brewers on chalkboard menus. The stone façade, white-paneled walls, and parquet floors recall Edwardian coziness. The Shop serves lunch and dinner from a menu dominated by chargrilled meats, and has a nice dessert menu with cheeses, sweet wines, and puddings.

The Free Press

The Free Press offers something unique. It prides itself on its history; it has been a pub for over 120 years, and its name comes from when it used to be a printing press, circulating a free newspaper in Cambridge. It also boasts an excellent reputation for its selection of ales - there are three "permanent fixtures" and two guest ales at any given time - and its top quality home-cooked food. As if this weren't enough, its newly refurbished beer garden offers you the ideal setting in which to sip on the local ale on a warm summer's evening.

The Elm Tree Public House

The Elm Tree is a small, warmly decorated pub with a really relaxed atmosphere. It is tucked away behind Parker's Piece and Christ's Piece, and offers one of the finest selections of local and real ales in central Cambridge. On a typical evening you might find a few locals at the bar sampling the latest ale at the pub, and a handful of students playing backgammon. If you want to try local beers in a friendly, laid-back environment, this is the place to go. The landlord and his staff are very knowledgeable, and are happy for you to sample the ales before deciding.

The Eagle

Housed in an old stone front building, The Eagle was once the most important coaching inn in Cambridge, and its history is on display throughout its five large rooms. The decor features medieval wall paintings, fireplaces and paneling from the 16th Century, and the signatures of British and American World War II airmen on the ceiling. The Eagle is where The pub's friendly atmosphere and central location draws in the crowd, while its exquisite collection of local brews and innovative cocktails ensure they come back for more. Complementing its brilliant drinks menu is are a variety of scrumptious dishes ranging from the traditional maple-glazed cedar wood salmon to the exclusive Eagle Burger and steak and ale pie.

The Castle Inn Cambridge

There is a lot to explore in the Castle Inn. Originally two separate properties sitting on the top of Castle Street, it has retained many of the features of each, giving it an endearingly incongruent feel. This is a pub full of nooks and crannies, with two different levels and a large beer garden. A range of beers are available on tap, such as Adnams Best bitter, Broadside, and Explorer as well as an impressive variety of ciders, lagers, and spirits. The staff is generally very friendly and serve up food from a well-chosen menu.

The Anchor

Located on the River Cam, The Anchor boasts a suntrap terrace that is packed all summer, so arrive early and bag a table. Inside, the upper level is wooden and smoky, with the lower level sporting a trendy feel. The drinks choices and quality is excellent, three changing guest beers are available on tap. Traditional pub food includes fish and chips, sandwiches, jackets, potatoes, burgers and a variety of sides and salads, all at very inexpensive prices.

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