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Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
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The Lion & Snake

In the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral, the Lion and Snake is a popular pub in the uphill area of the Bailgate.

The pub offers a fantastic range of lunch meals and lighter bites, as well as pub food classics. The Lion and Snake also has a great range of well priced wines, real ales, spirits and soft drinks.

The Lion & Snake pub quiz is held every Tuesday and Thursday from 9pm - with late night food served.

The Function House is available to hire with a range of catering options available. See the Function House Poster for details.

Regular Offers

  • 2-4-1 Burger Mondays
    Two burgers for the price of one every Monday. See burger section of menu for details.
  • Meaty Tuesdays
    Any grill or burger comes with a free drink (selected drinks) every Tuesday. See grill and burger section of main menu for details.
  • Un-Wine-D Wednesdays
    Three grazers and a bottle of wine for £15 every Wednesday. Get three more grazers for £5 extra. Upgrade to prosecco for £5 extra.
  • Free XL Thursdays
    Go XL for free on any burger every Thursday. See burger section of menu for details.

Additional Information

  • Function house for hire
  • Baby changing
  • Outdoor area
  • Quiz nights every Tuesday & Thursday

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+44 (0)1522 576667
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79 Bailgate
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