In 2013, an empty Grade II-listed office building in the centre of historic Cambridge was converted into the first Pint Shop. Diners can treat themselves to bar snacks such as Scotch eggs or dishes from the charcoal grill and kebabs.
From snacks to swigging, attendees will also be paying a visit to the Cambridge Brew House. A site that combines fine beers and fresh food in a relaxed atmosphere with its own range of ales from the on-site microbrewery.
While the Cambridge Brew House goes down the traditional route, the Old Bicycle Shop is as quirky as it sounds and is housed in what was once Britain’s oldest bike shop.
Style is important as those at the SmokeWorks Station Road know and rock theirs out through food.
‘Slow-cooked, fast’ is the site's motto with its classic barbecue food with a brunch offer thrown in too.
Occupying the site of one of Cambridge's oldest bars, 2648 is one of the city's newest venues, which offers a huge selection of beers and ciders but also has a penchant for cocktails, with a hugely extensive menu and fresh ingredients.
Great British Pub Awards finalist in 2016, the Salisbury Arms is a Pizza, Pots & Pints casual-dining concept, which launched in streets of Cambridge in 2016.