The site on which the Queen Victoria stands can trace its association with brewing back to the mid 1800s
In 1843 John Garrad bought the land and built an alehouse, and in 1868 Garrad went into partnership with Walter Grimston to form the Garrad & Grimston Brewery. Some 20 years later the business was in difficulty and Walter Gray took over.
The public house situated on Spital Road, a short walk from the High Street (10mins) or by public transport, welcomes you with home cooked food, fine ales and lagers, wines and spirits including an impressive Gin and Whisky shelf. Food is served 7 days a week The pub is dog friendly in the public bar side and there is a small sunny beer garden.
There are so many great dishes to tempt your taste buds at the Queen Victoria! There are sandwiches, jackets and light bites at lunchtime and a mouthwatering dinner menu. Take a look at our sample menu.
We carry a fantastic range of wines, beers and spirits, including some fabulous gins. There’s also a wide variety of popular non-alcoholic drinks to savour and enjoy! Check out our drinks menu for details.
We enjoy a celebration at the Queen Victoria, and there’s always lots to celebrate; from New Year to Christmas and everything in between! Check out our Events’ Calendar for details.