Greater Yarmouth pubs and bars
There's no time like being away, whether you're on holiday or just away for the weekend, to treat yourself to a few drinks.
Greater Yarmouth is blessed with a huge choice of pubs and bars, all with a different style, so you're bound to find one that suits you whether you're in Great Yarmouth, Gorleston-on-Sea, Caister-on-Sea or Hemsby or further afield.
You might decide to enjoy a quiet pint in the afternoon sunshine in one of the lively pubs along Great Yarmouth seafront, relax in a beer garden in a pretty village pub in the countryside, or chill out with a drink in a tranquil riverside pub.
Many of our pubs have regular live music, karaoke, pool and darts, sport on the big screen and regular pub quiz nights. There's always something happening!
There are some great pubs serving food at lunch time and dinner time in the borough of Greater Yarmouth. Pubs are a family friendly place to eat and drink, some have outdoor play equipment for the kids to leap about on and some pubs let you take your dog in too.
Most pubs have parking nearby, and some are next to the river so you can moor alongside and pop in for a drink or a bite to eat on your cruise along the Norfolk Broads.
Even when the summer tourists have gone home, if you're out and about on a walk in the borough or birdwatching, you'll be able to find a proper Norfolk local, whether in one of our seaside towns or villages or inland in the countryside, serving delicious home made food all year round.
From pubs that serve proper honest-to-goodness 'pub grub' to pubs which could be described as more gastro-pub style and pubs serving quality real ales and fancy cocktails, Great Yarmouth has them all.
Pubs & bars in Greater Yarmouth
The menu at Pub on the Pier is based on the principles of using high quality raw produce, freshly cooked and presented attractively. There is a wide selection to choose from, including fresh fish, grills, vegetarian items and other dishes.
Built in 1854, the Wellington Pier was only the seventh pier to be constructed in Britain. Following significant reconstruction, the pier has a bright and airy ten-pin bowling alley and a family-friendly amusement arcade.
An exciting place to eat, drink and socialise. Spacious bar & restaurant open all day serving breakfasts, quality food and traditional ales in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Children's menu available also daily and monthly specials.
Club Belle situated on the Belleaire Holiday site in Hemsby open to all visitors. Offering a comfortable setting to enjoy a drink a drink and light snack while watching the entertainment (high season only).
The Lacon Arms in Hemsby near Great Yarmouth is a family friendly pub next to the sea! Serving great food and real ales with a friendly service. Outside play area and beer garden. Regular live entertainment.
British piers have thrilled people since the Victorian times and are a testament to the engineering skills of those early entrepreneurs.
Rumbold Arms, Great Yarmouth, is a family friendly pub serving food and fine ales with a lovely beer garden and function room. Regular live music at this venue.
The Feathers, Great Yarmouth, is a traditional public house in the centre of town with regular live music, karaoke and food and beverages. A warm welcome awaits you at the Feathers, popular with visitors and locals.
The Oliver Twist
The Oliver Twist, Great Yarmouth, is a lively and family friendly public house, popular with locals and visitors alike. Enjoy its two bars, outside area, and regular live music & karaoke.
The Avenue, Great Yarmouth, is a large family friendly public house close to the racecourse and beach. The Avenue serves a great range of beverages and food from mid-day daily, with a large garden area and car parking for patrons use.
The Duke of Wellington
The Duke of Wellington, Great Yarmouth, is a traditional public house close to the seafront which is popular with locals and visitors alike.
The Green Gate
The Green Gate in the village of Caister-on-Sea is a large family friendly public house with pub sports, beer garden and regular live entertainment. A fantastic range of real ales and draught products and a full menu are available.
Great Yarmouth Conservative Club
The Conservative Club, Great Yarmouth, welcomes members and visitors and ‘The Blue Room’ provides a varied menu with daily specials and the food is all freshly cooked to order in our own kitchens – all at very competitive prices.
Bar One in Gorleston-on-Sea near Great Yarmouth, open daily from mid-day until late. A great place to enjoy drinks, bar snacks and food.
Caesars Fun Palace
Caesars Fun Palace, Great Yarmouth, a fun amusement centre with a great range of arcade machines, perfect for the whole family.
Seadell Bar in the centre of Hemsby near Great Yarmouth, a family friendly pub with a good range of beverages and bar food available. Free wifi and regular live entertainment.
The Kings Arms, Great Yarmouth
Traditional family run pub, good food, real ales and fine wines. Car park and large beer garden with childrens play area and patio. Situated a stones throw away from the market place, Great Yarmouth and adjacent to Great Yarmouth Minster.
The Gallon Pot
The Gallon Pot, Great Yarmouth, located next to the Market Place. A cosy pub serving food.
St John's Head
St John's Head in Great Yarmouth, a 400 year old Grade II listed public house where you can enjoy a wide choice of real ales, live sports on tv and much more. Biker friendly and dogs are welcome. With 1970's jukebox and outside seating.
The Kings Head in the village of Filby near Great Yarmouth is a welcoming, friendly public house serving good home cooked food. With outside seating area.
Peggotty's, Great Yarmouth, is a lively public house in the centre of town, popular with locals and visitors alike.
Kings Arms, Fleggburgh
The Kings Arms, Fleggburgh, is a beautiful country pub and restaurant in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. Relax and enjoy our wide range of ales, ciders and wines in front of our log burner or enjoy fine dining in our restaurant.
The Olive Tree
The Olive Tree, Great Yarmouth, a traditional Portuguese restaurant serving quality Portuguese food and beverages from breakfast, to light bites and delicious meals including piri piri chicken, prawn dishes and octopus, with a cellar bar.
The Dukes Head in Great Yarmouth is a traditional pub housed in a 17th century old merchant's house overlooking the quay and Haven Bridge, serving real ales.