Leicester has plenty to do, and it doesn’t fall short when it comes to beer gardens! If you’re looking for somewhere to go and get your drink on, then take a look at these 10 best beer gardens.
Open for 13 years, the White Horse is run by two families. It is just north of Leicester, but their range makes them worthy of this list! They have a rotation of the best Guest Ales, as well as a children’s play area, a dog-friendly bar, heated outdoor areas, dartboards, full disabled access and a menu that will have you drooling at your table! The White Horse sells good old fashioned, hearty food like beef meatballs and warm bread, three bean chillis, pasta, curries, and big gorgeous burgers. Plus, they stock everything from Reyka to Drambuie, and have a huge gin list too!
With a varied menu, little personal sheds for you to sit in with friends and family, and a greatly decorated beer garden, the posh-looking Marquis is an obvious choice for the list of best beer gardens.
Fans of quirky pub food, cocktails and craft beer are in luck with the Rutland and Derby. In the Cathedral Quarter of Leicester, the pub serves good food and drinks made from artisan spirits, local and top-notch quality. And to finish it off, you can be served in a gorgeous beer garden on the terrace!
2 cocktails for £12, 4 shooters for the same, and a gorgeous beer garden that you can enjoy the great British weather in. The Queen of Bradgate is on the high street in Leicester. Their goal is to have something for everyone, so they have great drink deals! If you are also looking for food, The Queen of Bradgate has veggie, vegan and meat options.
The pub is set in a building that is one of the few still standing from the 17th-century village of Old Knighton. When visiting, you get to enjoy the antiquated vibes and their garden and Sunday menu. On which, you’ll see flatbreads, jerk chicken, tacos and pub classics, alongside smashing drinks options.