the pub Best English Pubs in Tampa

The Pub: British Inspired, American Crafted

The Pub

2223 North West Shore Blvd. Suite B212
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 443-5642

The Pub at International Plaza’s Bay Street is arguably Tampa’s most unique pub. Offering British food, beer and an authentic English pub atmosphere. The Pub most definitely lives up to its reputation, whether you’re looking for a night out with friends or an intimate date night. The Pub definitely has something for everyone 21 years old and over.

Without a doubt, The Pub’s most entertaining part is its upstairs Beer Wall. The Pub’s Beer Wall features handcrafted beer from across Europe, England, Scotland, Ireland and the US.  This pour-your-own activity is the only one of its kind in the Tampa Bay area. The only down side? It’s pay-by-the-ounce!! So if you’re looking for a fun night of heavy drinking at the Beer Wall, be ready to shed some cash.

The Pub has a huge bar area offering a lusty choice of beer, specialty scotch, bourbon and cocktails. Its food ranges from traditional British to delicious everyday cuisine including Shepherd’s Pie and Fish & Chips.

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Dog’s Bollocks

1704 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL
(813) 247-4488 ‎

Be careful, you might think that this place is located in the heart of downtown London. However, it is conveniently situated in good ol’ Ybor City. With a genuine British theme, the Dog’s Bollocks (or in American terms the name means ,the “mutt’s nut’s”) offers two full bars, free pool tables, free dart boards, free foosball, karaoke and sometimes a live band plays. As always, there is no cover and no dress code. Five dollar 2-4-1 wells, long islands and Jaeger bombs are all you need to make you feel like you are actually in England… maybe.


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