Cambridge public house since 1812 the Clarendon Arms on Clarendon Street is a traditional pub serving well-kept beer and home-cooked locally-sourced food.
The pub was recently taken over by Lawrence Dixon who runs the Champion of the Thames on nearby King Street. And who was awarded a CAMRA Lifetime Achievement award in April 2013.
Delicious lunches and dinners are served from Wednesday to Saturday and a fabulous roast every Sunday.
The pub has a lovely beer garden for the summer and open fire for the winter. Dogs are very welcome!