Top 10 pubs in Trowbridge
By nhavergal | Wednesday, April 25, 2012, 20:43
Trowbridge has plenty of fantastic pubs, from the ones that have been around for years and for the new ones that are making big impression.
The White Swan
There was so many but from Twitter, these ten pubs came out on top.
1. The Red Admiral, Hilperton: One of the newest pubs by Budgens has seen plenty of interest since it first opened. Each week the pub introduces a new selection of ales to try and customers are welcome to sample before they buy. It is also very family friendly with a restaurant that includes a children's menu. Perfect for a date or catch up with friends.
2. The Stallards, Stallard Street: The recently refurbished pub is definitely making its mark in town quickly as being a music venue for locals. Local bands have been attracted to play in this pub and it has a warm atmosphere to it. Quiz nights, gigs and more to suit everyone's taste.
3. The White Swan, Church Street: One of the oldest pubs in the town, The White Swan is known for its music entertainment and being a great place to hang out. It is a small pub but is always busy at weekends. According to some history books, the pub is supposedly haunted by a friendly ghost.
4. Lloyd's Bar, Trowbridge Park: This pub is so versatile that by day it is open for pub food and drink and by night it becomes a nightclub. Each week the bar has different events happening like karaoke on Wednesdays.
5. King's Arms, Castle Street: Another pub which was brought back to life has become a great favourite. The pub prides itself on its selection of food and drink and open until the early hours of the morning at weekends.
6. Rose and Crown, Stallard Street: This pub was brought back to life after it was left closed for a number of years. It now opens its doors for open mic nights and comedy nights.
7. The Lamb Inn, Mortimer Street: Many people tend to come here to begin their evening before they head into town. It is one of the oldest pubs in Trowbridge. It is also home to the Village Pump which hosts many local talent and special guests.
8. The Black Horse, Frome Road: The pub by Trowbridge College is nice for those who want a nice catch up with friends. The pub owns two pool tables which customers are invited to use and is open til late at weekends.
9. The Courthouse, Castle Street: The last few years have been difficult for the pub after being in the news for some incidents that have occurred there. However, the pub is back to its friendly nature and opens its doors to those who wish to spend the night out in Trowbridge.
10. Sir Isaac Pitman, Trowbridge Town Centre: The pub is named after the man who invented shorthand and lived in Trowbridge. The pub has been the centre of Trowbridge's nightlife situated by the historical town hall.