For anyone living in Coventry and trying to find the best place to go in order to make the most of the new lockdown rules. If that’s you, then take a look at these 10 best rooftop bars and beer gardens in Coventry.

1. Newbold Comyn Arms 

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The Newbold has friendly staff, good prices, and a great beer garden available for use in the sunny April weather. They’ve got a great patio and tables, and are open throughout the day! Book online for your chance to enjoy the Leamington Spa backdrop, and fill your time with great drinks, and smashing meals like delightful bangers and mash.

2. The Gatehouse Tavern 

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The Gatehouse Tavern is a traditional family pub, with one of the best beer gardens in the city. If you’re looking for a drink, there you can choose from our wide selection of beers and ciders, as well as their extensive traditional pub menu. It truly is a gem in the heart of Coventry. They have a regularly rotating list of guest ales at The Guesthouse too, so you can always try something new!

3. The Black Pug 

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With Pizza Monday, Tapas Tuesday, Burger Wednesday and even Pie and a Pint Thursday, the Black Pug is a lovely little pub in Warwick with a great beer garden, extensive menu and delicious food alongside it all! They even have a Sunday Roast menu, and there really isn’t anything better than enjoying the British weather with a Sunday roast, a pint, and your friends.

4. New Bowling Green 

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The New Bowling Green has a range of picnic benches with parasols, accompanied by great service, prices, and a good menu with a range of ales, beers, wines and ciders. The pub is opening from April 19th, and is ready for all of your boozing needs! At the moment they have a limited menu, but it has pies, fish and chips, seitan vegan options and a Sunday roast range.

5. The Malt Shovel 

Located in Bubbenhall, The Malt Shovel is a dog-friendly pub with a lovely beer garden which is open from 16th April onwards. With pies, good drinks and great staff, there’s plenty to make The Malt Shovel your new fave local. Especially with its traditional British pub food, including fresh ingredients and soup.