Just a short stroll from Margate’s golden sands, this hidden gem offers a unique drinking and dining experience in the heart of the popular seaside town.
The historic pub, which dates back to the early 1800s, recently underwent a stylish refurbishment, while retaining its original features. It now boasts an eclectic décor including original pieces by artist Rose Blake.
Publican Deke brings years of experience to the pub, along with a talent for shaking up some fantastic cocktails! Head along to enjoy one of his famous Negronis, soundtracked by great music and in great company.
Once the haunt of British comedy legends Hattie Jacques and John Le Mesurier, this quirky pub is firmly embedded in Margate history. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
A little way of town, lovely pub that has kept is character, good lagers and rum, really nice bar staff and they play decent music!
This is definitely a dangerous bar for Mr and Mrs Drill. Once we arrive we can’t stop drinking and all our plans go up in smoke. Very friendly. Great atmosphere. Superb landlord
Very friendly staff. Great service. Fab cocktails and nice local beers. Lovely sunny terrace in front of the pub.