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Lincoln Suburbs
The Birdcage

A quirky, friendly, welcoming pub not far from Broadgate and Lincoln College, serving home-cooked food, real ale, and ciders.


Cathedral Quarter
Adam and Eve Tavern

The Adam & Eve is reputedly the oldest tavern in Lincoln dating back as far as 1701 and is a well known city landmark in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral.


Cathedral Quarter
Duke William Hotel

A historic pub and restaurant, dating to the 17th century, serving local food and real ale throughout the day.


Cathedral Quarter
Lincoln TapHouse & Kitchen

Situated in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter offering delicious meals, craft beer and cider, and house cocktails.


Brayford Waterfront
Royal William IV

Enjoy traditional, British pub food and relax with a drink on the waterfront at the oldest building on the Brayford Waterfront.


Cultural Quarter
Tap and Spile

Tavern serving a wide variety of real ale just off Lincoln High Street, one of the city's original live music venues.


Lincoln Suburbs
The Golden Eagle

18th century coaching-inn with a large, terraced beer garden, on Lincoln's south High Street.


Lincoln Suburbs
The Joiner’s Arms

Cosy pub in the West End area of Lincoln serving hand-pulled, local ales alongside other well known names.


Cathedral Quarter
The Magna Carta

In the heart of historic Lincoln and named after one of the city's most treasured items, lies the traditional Magna Carta pub.


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